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Twenty-two years' work of the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute at Hampton, Virginia. Records of Negro and Indian graduates and ex-students with historical and personal sketches and testimony on important race questions from within and without, to which are added, by courtesy of Messrs. Putnam's Sons, N. Y., some of the songs of the races gathered in the school

Twenty-two years' work of the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute
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Normal School Press, Hampton. 1893, v, 520p. + 7p.music with lyrics, sepia accordian-fold drawing of the institute, and folded line map and other maps; cloth boards decorated in blind and gilt. Front hinge is cracked but holding, spine faded (lettering remains distinct), casing generally worn with some spottiness, area map has short tear and a crumple, and text bears several instances of light pencilling.

Cat.No: 79745

Price: $75.00

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