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E185.93 .A8 G14 [Info] Racial Possibilities As Indicated by the Negroes of Arkansas (Little Rock: Philander Smith College, 1898), by D. B. Gaines
E185.93 .D6 J6 [Info] The Housing of Negroes in Washington, D.C.: A Study in Human Ecology (Washington: Howard University Press, 1929), by William Henry Jones (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.93 .D6 J7 [Info] Recreation and Amusement Among Negroes in Washington, D.C.: A Sociological Analysis of the Negro in an Urban Environment (Washington: Howard University Press, 1927), by William Henry Jones (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.93 .G4 [Info] The "Negro in Georgia": Another "Pamphlet" Called Forth by Governor Hugh M. Dorsey's Slanderous Document, Scattered Broadcast Over the Country, and In Which He Purported to Set Forth the Brutal Treatment Accorded the Negro by White Citizens of Georgia, the "American Belgian Congo" (ca. 1921), by Caleb A. Ridley and Dixie Defense Committee (Georgia Division) (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.93 .G4 [Info] A Statement From Governor Hugh M. Dorsey as to the Negro in Georgia (ca. 1921), by Hugh Manson Dorsey (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.93 .G4 C323 [Info] The Black Side: A Partial History of the Business, Religious, and Educational Side of the Negro in Atlanta, Ga. (1894), by Edward R. Carter (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.93 .G4 D78 1986 [Info] Drums and Shadows: Survival Studies Among the Georgia Coastal Negroes (1940), by Savannah Unit Georgia Writers' Project, ed. by Mary Granger (HTML with commentary at sacred-texts.com)
E185.93 .M2 B7 [Info] Notes on the Progress of the Colored People of Maryland Since the War (1890), by Jeffrey R. Brackett (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.93 .M2 B8 [Info] Men of Maryland (Baltimore: Church Advocate Press, 1914), by George F. Bragg
E185.93.M3 B6 1934 [Info] The Borden Case: The Struggle for Negro Rights in Boston, Under the Leadership of the L.S.N.R. (1934), by League of Struggle for Negro Rights (U.S.) (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.93 .M6 [Info] A Jewish View on Segregation (Greenwood, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, ca. 1956) (page images at Preservica)
E185.93.M6 [Info] Racial Amalgamation Propaganda Versus Segregation and Racial Cooperation: An Address (Jackson, MS: State Department of Public Welfare, ca. 1963), by Fred A. Ross (page images at Preservica)
E185.93 .M6 L5 [Info] The Invasion of Mississippi (Belmont, MA: American Opinion, 1963), by Earl Lively (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.93 .M6 M56 [Info] A Chronology of Violence and Intimidation in Mississippi Since 1961 (Atlanta: Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, ca. 1964), by Jack H. Minnis (page images at Preservica)
E185.93 .M6 N45 [Info] Conflicting Views on Segregation: Reprints of a Series of Letters Between Dr. D.M. Nelson, President of Mississippi College, Clinton, Miss., and an Unnamed Alumnus (Winona, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, ca. 1955), by Dotson McGinnis Nelson (page images at Preservica)
E185.93 .M6 R33 1964 [Info] Racial Facts (1964), by Citizens' Councils of America (page images at Preservica)
E185.93.N5 W7 [Info] The Negroes of Nebraska, by Writers' Program (Neb.) (HTML at Wayback Machine)
E185.93 .N54 W75 1988 [Info] Afro-Americans in New Jersey: A Short History (Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, c1988), by Giles R. Wright (PDF files at njstatelib.org)
E185.93 .N56 H41 [Info] The Negro at Work in New York City: A Study in Economic Progress (Studies in History, Economics and Public Law v49, #3; New York: Columbia University, 1912), by George Edmund Haynes (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.93 .N56 O9 [Info] Half a Man: The Status of the Negro in New York (New York et al.: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1911), by Mary White Ovington, contrib. by Franz Boas (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA)
E185.93 .N56 R21 [Info] Dixie Comes to New York: Story of the Freeport GI Slayings (New York: Daily Worker, 1946), by Harry Raymond, contrib. by Benjamin J. Davis (page images at Pitt)
E185.93 N56 T4 1851 [Info] Sketches of the History, Character, and Dying Testimony of Beneficiaries of the Colored Home, in the City of New-York (New York: J. F. Trow, 1851), by Mary W. Thompson
E185.93 .N6 M67 [Info] Retrieving African-American Women's History: A Methodological Guide to Manuscript Sources in the Special Collections Library at Duke University, by Jennifer L. Morgan, ed. by Virginia Daley (illustrated HTML at Duke)
E185.93 .N6 N867 [Info] The Oral History of James Nunn, a Unique North Carolinian: Taped Conversations Between James Nunn and W. Wilder Towle (Chapel Hill, NC: Chapel Hill Historical Society, c1977), by W. Wilder Towle and James Nunn (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.93 .P41 W53 1841 [Info] Sketches of the Higher Classes of Colored Society in Philadelphia, By a Southerner (Philadelphia: Merrihew and Thompson, Printers, 1841), by Joseph Willson

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