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African American History in the United States of America
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African American History in the Press 1851-1899: From the Coming of the Civil War to the Rise of Jim Crow As Reported and Illustrated in Selected Newspapers of the Time 1851-1869
The Atlas of African-American History and Politics: From the Slave Trade to Modern Times
After Redemption; Jim Crow and the Transformation of African American Religion in the Delta, 1875-1915
African American History in North Carolina
House Arrest: A Search for American Character in and Around the White House, Past and Present
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