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Title: The Strengths of Black Families
Description: NY, Emerson Hall Publishers Inc. 1972, Stated First Edition. (ISBN: 0878290087). Hard Cover. Ill.: Crichlow, Ernest [jacket]. Pages [76] clean, unmarked, binding tight and square. Rust colored boards, black lettering, clean, minor shelf wear. NON price-clipped DJ [$5.95] in new archival mylar, clean, colors bright, 2 tears at back [2" and 3"], sunned spine. Pages [76] mostly clean, unmarked, binding tight and square, moisture marks at two pages and bottom page edges. PO"s name at half title page verso and price at front dust jacket flap.The author, Dr. Robert Hill, National Urban League's Research Director] has interpreted a wealth of data bearing on the manner in which Black families have been able to survive and indeed, move beyond survival to a high level of existence and humanity in a hostile environment. Media Mail, Priority & some International shipping include free tracking information. Very Good-/Good-.

Keywords: Social Science, Ethnic Studies, African-American Studies African American History Social Science 0878290087 Crichlow, Ernest [jacket]

Price: US$ 10.00 Seller: Inga's Original Choices
- Book number: 004374

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