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Author: Arthur Bunyan Caldwell
Title: History of the American Negro and his institutions; (Volume 6)
Publisher: Atlanta, Ga., A. B. Caldwell Publishing Co.
Subject (keywords, tags): African Americans

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Vols. 2- have title: History of the American Negro. Vols. 1-2, Georgia ed.; v. 3, South Carolina ed.; v. 4, North Carolina ed.; v. 5, Virginia ed.; v. 6, Washington, D.C. ed.; v. 7 West Virginia ed


Contributor: New York Public Library
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Size: 161 kb



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