The American Negro reference book, Volume 1
An analytic history and contemporary view of the African American including such topics as the employment patterns of African Americans, the African American in the national economy or the urban family, among others topics.
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A Brief History of the Negro in the United States
The Negro Population in the United States
Regions and Geographic Divisions of the United States
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