Crabtree's Collection Old Books: Blacks
found: 5 books

 
Edwards, Harry Stillwell,
Eneas Africanus.
Macon, GA, J. W. Burke Co, 1921. VG PB.
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Book number: BOOKS039493I
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Golden, Marita, edited and with introduction by,
Wild Women Don't Wear No Blues: black women writers on love, men and sex.
NY, Doubleday, (1993). 1st ed 1st ptg. VG in VG DJ. Black writers tell what it is like to be a black woman or in some cases to be a black woman but look like a white woman. Judy Dothard Simmons, Dorisjean Austin, Marica Ann Gillespie, Sonia Sanchez, Jewelle Gomez, Ntozake Shange, and Audrey B. Chapman. There are some short notes on the contributors. Kesho Yvonne Scott has sandy hair and is light skinned. She went to a local public school and got beatup by black kids who thought she was a snob and acted white. The other "yellow" kids went to Catholic schools. She mar ries a boy husband who goes into the military and she goes back to her parents after the baby is born.
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Book number: BOOKS051927I
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Hopkins, Vincent C., S. J.,
Dred Scott's Case.
NY, Atheneum, 1967. 1st Amer ed. G PB. Puts Dred Scott case into its proper constitutional & legal perspective. Edge wear.
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Book number: BOOKS039491I
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Hughes, Langston,
The Best of Simple.
NY, Hill & Wang, (1963). 2nd ptg. G PB. Simple is a talkative character of warmth & laughter who can see the problems around him. Tanned on binding edges, owner. name ft endpaper.
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Book number: BOOKS039489I
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Kraus, Henry,
In the City Was a Garden.
NY, Renaissance Press, (1951). VG in G DJ. Inscribed by Kraus, "To a good fighter for inter-racial unity, for decent human relations. Henry Kraus November 1951.". Kraus was founder & editor of the UAW-CIO's national journal. In the City Was a Garden grew out of the life he and his wife shared with 600 families of a housing project in San Pedro, California. DJ edge wear, ink stain ft cover.
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Book number: BOOKS039692I
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