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Author: Dudley Weldon Woodard
Title: Negro progress in a Mississippi town : being a study of conditions in Jackson, Mississippi
Publisher: Cheyney, Pa. : Committee of Twelve for the Advancement of the Interests of the Negro Race
Subject (keywords, tags): African Americans -- Economic conditions Mississippi; Banks and banking -- Mississippi

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Birney Anti-Slavery Collection


Contributor: The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries
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