FAMOUS FIRST FACTS ABOUT NEGROES book 1972
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"Famous First Facts About Negroes," by Romeo B. Garrett. Arno Press, A New York Times Company, 1972. In this work, the author endeavored to amass many of the famous facts about American Negroes from their earliest beginnings in Africa to the time of the book's publication. It is arranged in alphabetical order from ABOLITIONISM to YWCA. A subject/name index is included. This is an interesting collection, also as a cross-section of American life.
Good condition, some water damage on the bottom edges of the pages throughout the book. 212 pp. [Box 554] - [Item 69756]
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