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New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1965. Trade Paperback. 182p. + 8p.photos, wraps, 4p. 'textbook evaluation' from America's Future, Inc. laid in. European-American historian. Supplemental textbook from the civil rights era providing readings covering african american views and lives in America from the 1600s up to the mid-1960s.
New York: Lange and Hillman, 1870. vii, 268p, 5 x 7.5 inches, illus, ex library with bookplate attached to front paste-down endpaper, dark green endpapers, shelfworn brown cloth-bound boards with beveled edges and some fraying at corners, front hinge loose, spine with bumped edges stamped in gilt and a hospital.....
Aberdeen MD: Harford Printing and Publishing Company, for the author, 1921. 255p., frontis portrait of R. E. Lee. Red cloth boards titled and ruled in gilt, 7.5 x 5.75 inches, front hinge broken and repaired successfully (no "tight-back" effect), casing edgeworn and slightly dim. Manners and marriages between northern and.....
Tallahassee: The Florida Historical Society, 1950. 161-228p., softbound, plain printed 9x6 inch wraps. Front cover has pulled slightly away from stapled textblock revealing rust, exterior dust- and handling soil, a good-only copy. Main contents: Samuel Proctor on "The National Farmers' Alliance Convention of 1890"; Edwin Williams on "Negro Slavery in.....