Studies in the African Diaspora: A Memorial to James R. Hooker (1929-1976)
John P. Henderson, Harry Atwood Reed
The Majority Press, 1989 - History - 162 pages
A memorial volume by former Ph.D. students of James R. Hooker, late Professor of African History at Michigan State University. Topics include missionaries in Africa, early nationalist politics in British West Africa and Kenya, slave drivers in the United States, the Garvey Movement in Dominica and General Motors in South Africa. John P. Henderson is Professor of Economics and Harry A. Reed is Associate Professor of History, both at Michigan State University.
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