The Story of a Rising Race: The Negro in Revelation, in History, and in Citizenship : what the Race Has Done and is Doing in Arms, Arts Letters ... and with Those Mighty Weapons ... the Shovel and the Hoe
N.D. Thompson, 1902 - African Americans - 491 pages
An attempt by a Southerner to rise above deep-breed prejudices and objectively list the known accomplishments of African Americans following the end of slavery.
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