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Lift every voice : African American oratory, 1787-1900, edited by Philip S. Foner and Robert James Branham, (electronic resource)

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Lift every voice : African American oratory, 1787-1900
Title
Lift every voice
Title remainder
African American oratory, 1787-1900
Statement of responsibility
edited by Philip S. Foner and Robert James Branham
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
973/.0496073
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government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
LC call number
E185.18
LC item number
.L54 1998eb
Literary form
non fiction
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  • standards specifications
  • bibliography
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1910-1994
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  • Foner, Philip Sheldon
  • Branham, Robert J
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Studies in rhetoric and communication
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  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • Political oratory
  • Political oratory
  • Speeches, addresses, etc., American
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Lift every voice : African American oratory, 1787-1900, edited by Philip S. Foner and Robert James Branham, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.netLibrary.com.ezproxy.lonestar.edu/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=13536
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Prince Hall
  • Thomas Paul
  • 34.
  • The Rights of Colored Citizens in Traveling
  • Charles Lenox Remond
  • 35.
  • We Must Assert Our Rightful Claims and Plead Our Own Cause
  • Samuel H. Davis
  • 36.
  • An Address to the Slaves of the United States of America
  • Henry Highland Garnet
  • 4.
  • 37.
  • For the Dissolution of the Union
  • Charles Lenox Remond
  • 38.
  • I Am Free from American Slavery
  • Lewis Richardson
  • 39.
  • Under the Stars and Stripes
  • William Wells Brown
  • 40.
  • Pray God Give Us the Strength to Bear Up Under All Our Troubles
  • I Have No Constitution, and No Country
  • William Wells Brown
  • 41.
  • The Fugitive Slave Bill
  • Samuel Ringgold Ward
  • 42.
  • A Plea for the Oppressed
  • Lucy Stanton
  • 43.
  • I Won't Obey the Fugitive Slave Law
  • Prince Hall
  • Jermain Wesley Loguen
  • 44.
  • Ar'n't I a Woman?
  • Sojourner Truth
  • 45.
  • Orators and Oratory
  • William G. Allen
  • 46.
  • What, to the Slave, Is the Fourth of July?
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 5.
  • 47.
  • Snakes and Geese
  • Sojourner Truth
  • 48.
  • I Set Out to Escape from Slavery
  • Stephen Pembroke
  • 49.
  • There Is No Full Enjoyment of Freedom for Anyone in This Country
  • John Mercer Langston
  • 50.
  • Address to the People of Color
  • The Triumph of Equal School Rights in Boston
  • William C. Nell
  • 51.
  • What, to the Toiling Millions There, Is This Boasted Liberty?
  • Sara G. Stanley
  • 52.
  • The Negro Race, Self-Government, and the Haitian Revolution
  • James T. Holly
  • 53.
  • Liberty for Slaves
  • Abraham Johnstone
  • Frances Ellen Watkins
  • 54.
  • If There Is No Struggle There Is No Progress
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 55.
  • I Will Sink or Swim with My Race
  • John S. Rock
  • 56.
  • Break Every Yoke and Let the Oppressed Go Free
  • Mary Ann Shadd
  • 6.
  • 57.
  • Should Colored Men Be Subject to the Penalties of the Fugitive Slave Law?
  • Charles H. Langston
  • 58.
  • Why Slavery Is Still Rampant
  • Sarah Parker Remond
  • 59.
  • The American Government and the Negro
  • Robert Purvis
  • 60.
  • Eulogy for Washington
  • I Do Not Believe in the Antislavery of Abraham Lincoln
  • H. Ford Douglas
  • 61.
  • A Plea for Free Speech
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 62.
  • Let Us Take Up the Sword
  • Alfred M. Green
  • 63.
  • What If the Slaves Are Emancipated?
  • Richard Allen
  • John S. Rock
  • 64.
  • We Ask for Our Rights
  • John S. Rock
  • 65.
  • Lincoln's Colonization Proposal Is Anti-Christian
  • Isaiah C. Wears
  • 66.
  • The Negroes in the United States of America
  • Sarah Parker Remond
  • 1.
  • 7.
  • 67.
  • Freedom's Joyful Day
  • Jonathan C. Gibbs
  • 68.
  • Address to the Youth
  • Sarah J. Woodson
  • 69.
  • The Moral and Social Aspect of Africa
  • Martin Robinson Delany
  • 70.
  • Universal Salvation
  • The Good Time Is at Hand
  • Robert Purvis
  • 71.
  • The Position and Duties of the Colored People
  • J. W. C. Pennington
  • 72.
  • A Tribute to a Fallen Black Soldier
  • J. Stanley
  • 73.
  • The Mission of the War
  • Lemuel Haynes
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 74.
  • Give Us Equal Pay and We Will Go to War
  • J. P. Campbell
  • 75.
  • Every Man Should Stand Equal Before the Law
  • Arnold Bertonneau
  • 76.
  • Let the Monster Perish
  • Henry Highland Garnet
  • 8.
  • 77.
  • Colored Men Standing in the Way of Their Own Race
  • James Lynch
  • 78.
  • Advice to Ex-Slaves
  • Martin Robinson Delany
  • 79.
  • An Appeal for Aid to the Freedmen
  • J. Sella Martin
  • 80.
  • Abolition of the Slave Trade
  • Deliver Us from Such a Moses
  • Lewis Hayden
  • 81.
  • We Are All Bound Up Together
  • Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
  • 82.
  • These Are Revolutionary Times
  • E. J. Adams
  • 83.
  • Equal Rights for All, Three Speeches
  • Peter Williams, Jr.
  • Sojourner Truth
  • 84.
  • To My White Fellow Citizens
  • B. K. Sampson
  • 85.
  • Break Up the Plantation System
  • Francis L. Cardozo
  • 86.
  • Justice Should Recognize No Color
  • William H. Grey
  • 9.
  • 87.
  • I Claim the Rights of a Man
  • Henry McNeal Turner
  • 88.
  • Finish the Good Work of Uniting Colored and White Workingmen
  • Isaac Myers
  • 89.
  • Composite Nation
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 90.
  • A Thanksgiving Sermon
  • Then I Began to Live
  • Sojourner Truth
  • 91.
  • Abolish Separate Schools
  • Hiram R. Revels
  • 92.
  • The Ku Klux of the North
  • Isaiah C. Wears
  • 93.
  • The Right of Women to Vote
  • Absalom Jones
  • Mary Ann Shadd Cary
  • 94.
  • A Plea in Behalf of the Cuban Revolution
  • Henry Highland Garnet
  • 95.
  • The Civil Rights Bill
  • Robert Browne Elliott
  • 96.
  • Equality before the Law
  • John Mercer Langston
  • 10.
  • 97.
  • The Civil Rights Bill
  • James T. Rapier
  • 98.
  • The Great Problem to Be Solved
  • Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
  • 99.
  • Oration in Memory of Abraham Lincoln
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 100.
  • I Speak to Those Who Are in Slavery
  • Mutual Interest, Mutual Benefit, and Mutual Relief
  • The Sioux's Revenge
  • B. T. Tanner
  • 101.
  • How Long? How Long, O Heaven?
  • Henry McNeal Turner
  • 102.
  • Socialism: The Remedy for the Evils of Society
  • Peter H. Clark
  • 103.
  • Reasons Why the Colored American Should Go to Africa
  • William Hamilton
  • John E. Bruce
  • 104.
  • The Destined Superiority of the Negro
  • Alexander Crummell
  • 105.
  • Migration Is the Only Remedy for Our Wrongs
  • Robert J. Harlan
  • 106.
  • Race Unity
  • Ferdinand L. Barnett
  • 11.
  • 107.
  • Redeem the Indian
  • Blanche K. Bruce
  • 108.
  • These Evils Call Loudly for Redress
  • John P. Green
  • 109.
  • Negro Education
  • Its Helps and Hindrances
  • William H. Crogman
  • A Sermon Preached on the Funeral Occasion of Mary Henery
  • 110.
  • The Stone Cut Out of the Mountain
  • John Jasper
  • 111.
  • Reasons for a New Political Party
  • Henry McNeal Turner
  • 112.
  • The Present Relations of Labor and Capital
  • T. Thomas Fortune
  • 113.
  • George White
  • How Shall We Make the Women of Our Race Stronger?
  • Olivia A. Davidson
  • 114.
  • Introduction of Master Workman Powderly
  • Frank J. Ferrell
  • 115.
  • I Am an Anarchist
  • Lucy E. Parsons
  • 116.
  • Mob Violence
  • 12.
  • Samuel Allen McElwee
  • 117.
  • Woman's Place in the Work of the Denomination
  • Mary V. Cook
  • 118.
  • How Shall We Get Our Rights?
  • M. Edward Bryant
  • 119.
  • Importance of Race Pride
  • Edward Everett Brown
  • O! Africa
  • 120.
  • Woman Suffrage
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 121.
  • I Denounce the So-Called Emancipation as a Stupendous Fraud
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 122.
  • Organized Resistance Is Our Best Remedy
  • John E. Bruce
  • 123.
  • William Hamilton
  • National Perils
  • William Bishop Johnson
  • 124.
  • It Is Time to Call a Halt
  • T. Thomas Fortune
  • 125.
  • Harvard Class Day Oration
  • Clement Garnett Morgan
  • 126.
  • Education and the Problem
  • 13.
  • Joseph C. Price
  • 127.
  • Lynch Law in All Its Phases
  • Ida B. Wells
  • 128.
  • The Intellectual Progress of the Colored Women of the United States Since the Emancipation Proclamation
  • Fannie Barrier Williams
  • 129.
  • Women's Cause Is One and Universal
  • Anna Julia Cooper
  • Valedictory Address
  • 130.
  • Justice or Emigration Should Be Our Watchword
  • Henry McNeal Turner
  • 131.
  • The Ethics of the Hawaiian Question
  • William Saunders Scarborough
  • 132.
  • Address to the First National Conference of Colored Women
  • Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
  • Cyrus Bustill
  • Margaret Odell
  • 14.
  • The Condition and Prospects of Haiti
  • John Browne Russwurm
  • 15.
  • Termination of Slavery
  • Austin Steward
  • 16.
  • The Necessity of a General Union Among Us
  • David Walker
  • 2.
  • 17.
  • Slavery and Colonization
  • Peter Williams, Jr.
  • 18.
  • The Cause of the Slave Became My Own
  • Sarah M. Douglass
  • 19.
  • It Is Time for Us to Be Up and Doing
  • Peter Osborne
  • 20.
  • You Stand on the Level with the Greatest Kings on Earth
  • Why Sit Ye Here and Die?
  • Maria W. Stewart
  • 21.
  • Let Us Alone
  • Nathaniel Paul
  • 22.
  • What If I Am a Woman?
  • Maria W. Stewart
  • 23.
  • Eulogy on William Wilberforce
  • John Marrant
  • William Whipper
  • 24.
  • The Slavery of Intemperance
  • William Whipper
  • 25.
  • Why a Convention Is Necessary
  • William Hamilton
  • 26.
  • Put On the Armour of Righteousness
  • James Forten, Jr.
  • 3.
  • 27.
  • The Slave Has a Friend in Heaven, Though He May Have None Here
  • Theodore S. Wright
  • 28.
  • On the Improvement of the Mind
  • Elizabeth Jennings
  • 29.
  • Prejudice Against the Colored Man
  • Theodore S. Wright
  • 30.
  • A Charge Delivered to the Brethren of the African Lodge
  • Slavery Brutalizes Man
  • Daniel A. Payne
  • 31.
  • We Meet the Monster Prejudice Every Where
  • Clarissa C. Lawrence
  • 32.
  • Slavery Presses Down upon the Free People of Color
  • Andrew Harris
  • 33.
  • Let Us Do Justice to an Unfortunate People
Control code
ocm44956025
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 925 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780585140865
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 237966
  • (OCoLC)44956025
Label
Lift every voice : African American oratory, 1787-1900, edited by Philip S. Foner and Robert James Branham, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.netLibrary.com.ezproxy.lonestar.edu/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=13536
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Prince Hall
  • Thomas Paul
  • 34.
  • The Rights of Colored Citizens in Traveling
  • Charles Lenox Remond
  • 35.
  • We Must Assert Our Rightful Claims and Plead Our Own Cause
  • Samuel H. Davis
  • 36.
  • An Address to the Slaves of the United States of America
  • Henry Highland Garnet
  • 4.
  • 37.
  • For the Dissolution of the Union
  • Charles Lenox Remond
  • 38.
  • I Am Free from American Slavery
  • Lewis Richardson
  • 39.
  • Under the Stars and Stripes
  • William Wells Brown
  • 40.
  • Pray God Give Us the Strength to Bear Up Under All Our Troubles
  • I Have No Constitution, and No Country
  • William Wells Brown
  • 41.
  • The Fugitive Slave Bill
  • Samuel Ringgold Ward
  • 42.
  • A Plea for the Oppressed
  • Lucy Stanton
  • 43.
  • I Won't Obey the Fugitive Slave Law
  • Prince Hall
  • Jermain Wesley Loguen
  • 44.
  • Ar'n't I a Woman?
  • Sojourner Truth
  • 45.
  • Orators and Oratory
  • William G. Allen
  • 46.
  • What, to the Slave, Is the Fourth of July?
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 5.
  • 47.
  • Snakes and Geese
  • Sojourner Truth
  • 48.
  • I Set Out to Escape from Slavery
  • Stephen Pembroke
  • 49.
  • There Is No Full Enjoyment of Freedom for Anyone in This Country
  • John Mercer Langston
  • 50.
  • Address to the People of Color
  • The Triumph of Equal School Rights in Boston
  • William C. Nell
  • 51.
  • What, to the Toiling Millions There, Is This Boasted Liberty?
  • Sara G. Stanley
  • 52.
  • The Negro Race, Self-Government, and the Haitian Revolution
  • James T. Holly
  • 53.
  • Liberty for Slaves
  • Abraham Johnstone
  • Frances Ellen Watkins
  • 54.
  • If There Is No Struggle There Is No Progress
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 55.
  • I Will Sink or Swim with My Race
  • John S. Rock
  • 56.
  • Break Every Yoke and Let the Oppressed Go Free
  • Mary Ann Shadd
  • 6.
  • 57.
  • Should Colored Men Be Subject to the Penalties of the Fugitive Slave Law?
  • Charles H. Langston
  • 58.
  • Why Slavery Is Still Rampant
  • Sarah Parker Remond
  • 59.
  • The American Government and the Negro
  • Robert Purvis
  • 60.
  • Eulogy for Washington
  • I Do Not Believe in the Antislavery of Abraham Lincoln
  • H. Ford Douglas
  • 61.
  • A Plea for Free Speech
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 62.
  • Let Us Take Up the Sword
  • Alfred M. Green
  • 63.
  • What If the Slaves Are Emancipated?
  • Richard Allen
  • John S. Rock
  • 64.
  • We Ask for Our Rights
  • John S. Rock
  • 65.
  • Lincoln's Colonization Proposal Is Anti-Christian
  • Isaiah C. Wears
  • 66.
  • The Negroes in the United States of America
  • Sarah Parker Remond
  • 1.
  • 7.
  • 67.
  • Freedom's Joyful Day
  • Jonathan C. Gibbs
  • 68.
  • Address to the Youth
  • Sarah J. Woodson
  • 69.
  • The Moral and Social Aspect of Africa
  • Martin Robinson Delany
  • 70.
  • Universal Salvation
  • The Good Time Is at Hand
  • Robert Purvis
  • 71.
  • The Position and Duties of the Colored People
  • J. W. C. Pennington
  • 72.
  • A Tribute to a Fallen Black Soldier
  • J. Stanley
  • 73.
  • The Mission of the War
  • Lemuel Haynes
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 74.
  • Give Us Equal Pay and We Will Go to War
  • J. P. Campbell
  • 75.
  • Every Man Should Stand Equal Before the Law
  • Arnold Bertonneau
  • 76.
  • Let the Monster Perish
  • Henry Highland Garnet
  • 8.
  • 77.
  • Colored Men Standing in the Way of Their Own Race
  • James Lynch
  • 78.
  • Advice to Ex-Slaves
  • Martin Robinson Delany
  • 79.
  • An Appeal for Aid to the Freedmen
  • J. Sella Martin
  • 80.
  • Abolition of the Slave Trade
  • Deliver Us from Such a Moses
  • Lewis Hayden
  • 81.
  • We Are All Bound Up Together
  • Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
  • 82.
  • These Are Revolutionary Times
  • E. J. Adams
  • 83.
  • Equal Rights for All, Three Speeches
  • Peter Williams, Jr.
  • Sojourner Truth
  • 84.
  • To My White Fellow Citizens
  • B. K. Sampson
  • 85.
  • Break Up the Plantation System
  • Francis L. Cardozo
  • 86.
  • Justice Should Recognize No Color
  • William H. Grey
  • 9.
  • 87.
  • I Claim the Rights of a Man
  • Henry McNeal Turner
  • 88.
  • Finish the Good Work of Uniting Colored and White Workingmen
  • Isaac Myers
  • 89.
  • Composite Nation
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 90.
  • A Thanksgiving Sermon
  • Then I Began to Live
  • Sojourner Truth
  • 91.
  • Abolish Separate Schools
  • Hiram R. Revels
  • 92.
  • The Ku Klux of the North
  • Isaiah C. Wears
  • 93.
  • The Right of Women to Vote
  • Absalom Jones
  • Mary Ann Shadd Cary
  • 94.
  • A Plea in Behalf of the Cuban Revolution
  • Henry Highland Garnet
  • 95.
  • The Civil Rights Bill
  • Robert Browne Elliott
  • 96.
  • Equality before the Law
  • John Mercer Langston
  • 10.
  • 97.
  • The Civil Rights Bill
  • James T. Rapier
  • 98.
  • The Great Problem to Be Solved
  • Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
  • 99.
  • Oration in Memory of Abraham Lincoln
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 100.
  • I Speak to Those Who Are in Slavery
  • Mutual Interest, Mutual Benefit, and Mutual Relief
  • The Sioux's Revenge
  • B. T. Tanner
  • 101.
  • How Long? How Long, O Heaven?
  • Henry McNeal Turner
  • 102.
  • Socialism: The Remedy for the Evils of Society
  • Peter H. Clark
  • 103.
  • Reasons Why the Colored American Should Go to Africa
  • William Hamilton
  • John E. Bruce
  • 104.
  • The Destined Superiority of the Negro
  • Alexander Crummell
  • 105.
  • Migration Is the Only Remedy for Our Wrongs
  • Robert J. Harlan
  • 106.
  • Race Unity
  • Ferdinand L. Barnett
  • 11.
  • 107.
  • Redeem the Indian
  • Blanche K. Bruce
  • 108.
  • These Evils Call Loudly for Redress
  • John P. Green
  • 109.
  • Negro Education
  • Its Helps and Hindrances
  • William H. Crogman
  • A Sermon Preached on the Funeral Occasion of Mary Henery
  • 110.
  • The Stone Cut Out of the Mountain
  • John Jasper
  • 111.
  • Reasons for a New Political Party
  • Henry McNeal Turner
  • 112.
  • The Present Relations of Labor and Capital
  • T. Thomas Fortune
  • 113.
  • George White
  • How Shall We Make the Women of Our Race Stronger?
  • Olivia A. Davidson
  • 114.
  • Introduction of Master Workman Powderly
  • Frank J. Ferrell
  • 115.
  • I Am an Anarchist
  • Lucy E. Parsons
  • 116.
  • Mob Violence
  • 12.
  • Samuel Allen McElwee
  • 117.
  • Woman's Place in the Work of the Denomination
  • Mary V. Cook
  • 118.
  • How Shall We Get Our Rights?
  • M. Edward Bryant
  • 119.
  • Importance of Race Pride
  • Edward Everett Brown
  • O! Africa
  • 120.
  • Woman Suffrage
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 121.
  • I Denounce the So-Called Emancipation as a Stupendous Fraud
  • Frederick Douglass
  • 122.
  • Organized Resistance Is Our Best Remedy
  • John E. Bruce
  • 123.
  • William Hamilton
  • National Perils
  • William Bishop Johnson
  • 124.
  • It Is Time to Call a Halt
  • T. Thomas Fortune
  • 125.
  • Harvard Class Day Oration
  • Clement Garnett Morgan
  • 126.
  • Education and the Problem
  • 13.
  • Joseph C. Price
  • 127.
  • Lynch Law in All Its Phases
  • Ida B. Wells
  • 128.
  • The Intellectual Progress of the Colored Women of the United States Since the Emancipation Proclamation
  • Fannie Barrier Williams
  • 129.
  • Women's Cause Is One and Universal
  • Anna Julia Cooper
  • Valedictory Address
  • 130.
  • Justice or Emigration Should Be Our Watchword
  • Henry McNeal Turner
  • 131.
  • The Ethics of the Hawaiian Question
  • William Saunders Scarborough
  • 132.
  • Address to the First National Conference of Colored Women
  • Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
  • Cyrus Bustill
  • Margaret Odell
  • 14.
  • The Condition and Prospects of Haiti
  • John Browne Russwurm
  • 15.
  • Termination of Slavery
  • Austin Steward
  • 16.
  • The Necessity of a General Union Among Us
  • David Walker
  • 2.
  • 17.
  • Slavery and Colonization
  • Peter Williams, Jr.
  • 18.
  • The Cause of the Slave Became My Own
  • Sarah M. Douglass
  • 19.
  • It Is Time for Us to Be Up and Doing
  • Peter Osborne
  • 20.
  • You Stand on the Level with the Greatest Kings on Earth
  • Why Sit Ye Here and Die?
  • Maria W. Stewart
  • 21.
  • Let Us Alone
  • Nathaniel Paul
  • 22.
  • What If I Am a Woman?
  • Maria W. Stewart
  • 23.
  • Eulogy on William Wilberforce
  • John Marrant
  • William Whipper
  • 24.
  • The Slavery of Intemperance
  • William Whipper
  • 25.
  • Why a Convention Is Necessary
  • William Hamilton
  • 26.
  • Put On the Armour of Righteousness
  • James Forten, Jr.
  • 3.
  • 27.
  • The Slave Has a Friend in Heaven, Though He May Have None Here
  • Theodore S. Wright
  • 28.
  • On the Improvement of the Mind
  • Elizabeth Jennings
  • 29.
  • Prejudice Against the Colored Man
  • Theodore S. Wright
  • 30.
  • A Charge Delivered to the Brethren of the African Lodge
  • Slavery Brutalizes Man
  • Daniel A. Payne
  • 31.
  • We Meet the Monster Prejudice Every Where
  • Clarissa C. Lawrence
  • 32.
  • Slavery Presses Down upon the Free People of Color
  • Andrew Harris
  • 33.
  • Let Us Do Justice to an Unfortunate People
Control code
ocm44956025
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 925 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780585140865
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 237966
  • (OCoLC)44956025

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