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Author: George Allen Mebane
Title: The Negro problem as seen and discussed by Southern white men in conference, at Montgomery, Alabama : with criticisms by the Northern press
Publisher: New York, Alliance Pub. Co.
Subject (keywords, tags): African Americans -- Southern States; Southern States -- Race relations Congresses
Contributor: Claire T. Carney Library, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Size: 43 kb
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