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E History: United States (General) (Go to start of category)
E185 .J62 1911 [Info] A School History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1890, Combined With the History of the Negro Soldiers in the Spanish-American War; Also a Short Sketch of Liberia (revised edition, 2 parts in 1 volume; New York: I. Goldmann, 1911), by Edward A. Johnson
E185 .J86 [Info] The Journal of Negro History (partial serial archives)
E185 .L44 [Info] Manuscript for a Proposed Text Book in Negro History (only volume published; typescript covering up to early 19th century; Tulsa, OK: Tulsa Public Schools, ca. 1934), by A. Julian Lee (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
E185 .N27 [Info] The National Cyclopedia of the Colored Race (only volume published; Montgomery, AL: National Pub. Co., 1919), ed. by Clement Richardson (page images at HathiTrust)
E185 .N6 [Info] An Essay on the Natural History of Mankind, Viewed in Connection With Negro Slavery: Delivered Before the Southern Rights Association, 14th December, 1850 (Mobile, AL: Dade, Thompson, 1851), by Josiah C. Nott (page images at HathiTrust)
E185 .P39 [Info] A Narrative of the Negro (Washington: Press of R.L. Pendleton, 1912), by Leila Amos Pendleton
E185 .S37 [Info] Letters on the Condition of the African Race in the United States, by a Southern Lady (Philadelphia: T. K. and P.G. Collins, printers, 1852), by Mrs. Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
E185 .W315 1900 [Info] A New Negro for a New Century: An Accurate and Up-to-Date Record of the Upward Struggles of the Negro Race (Chicago: American Publishing House, ca. 1900), ed. by John E. MacBrady, contrib. by Booker T. Washington, Norman B. Wood, and Fannie Barrier Williams
E185 .W316 [Info] The Story of the Negro: The Rise of the Race from Slavery (2 volumes; New York: Doubleday, Page, and Co., 1909), by Booker T. Washington
E185 .W6 [Info] The Negro in Our History (c1922), by Carter Godwin Woodson (multiple formats at
E185 .W7 [Info] History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880: Negroes as Slaves, as Soldiers and as Citizens, Together With a Preliminary Consideration of The Unity of The Human Family, an Historical Sketch of Africa, and an Account of The Negro Governments of Sierra Leone and Liberia (2 volumes; New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1883), by George Washington Williams
E185 .W87 1897 [Info] The White Side of a Black Subject, Enlarged and Brought Down to Date: A Vindication of the Afro-American Race, From the Landing of Slaves at St. Augustine, Florida, in 1565, to the Present Time (Chicago: American Pub. House, 1897), by Norman B. Wood (multiple formats at
E185 .W87 1969 [Info] The White Side of a Black Subject: A Vindication of the Afro-American Race, From the Landing of Slaves at St. Augustine, Florida, in 1565, to the Present Time (reprint of revised 1896 edition; New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969), by Norman B. Wood (page images at HathiTrust)
E185 .W8873 [Info] Free Negro Owners of Slaves in the United States in 1830, Together with Absentee Ownership of Slaves in the United States in 1830 (Washington: Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, c1924), ed. by Carter Godwin Woodson (multiple formats at
E185.2 .A21 [Info] "White Man Bery Unsartin"; "Nigger Haint Got No Friends, No How"; The Blackest Chapter in the History of the Republican Party: The Men Who Robbed and Combined to Rob the Freedmen of Their Hard Earnings (Washington: J. Shillington, ca. 1878), by F. Colburn Adams
E185.2 .C53 [Info] The Freedmen's Book (Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865), by Lydia Maria Child
E185.2 .F85 [Info] The Freed-Man (full serial archives)
E185.2 .M43 1992 [Info] The Meaning of Freedom: Economics, Politics, and Culture After Slavery (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, c1992), ed. by Frank McGlynn and Seymour Drescher (page images at Pitt)
E185.2 .M68 [Info] Modern Philanthropy Illustrated: How They Tried to Make a White Man of a Negro Twenty-Five Hundred Years Ago; Will the Experiment Succeed Any Better Now? (1868) (multiple formats at
E185.2 .N28 [Info] The Industry of the Freedmen of America (ca. 1867), by National Freedmen's Aid Union
E185.2 .N38 1939 [Info] Let's be Honest About Democracy (ca. 1939), by National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
E185.2 .N385 1873 [Info] Memorial of the National Convention of Colored Persons Praying to be Protected in Their Civil Rights (US Senate publication; 1873), by National Civil-Rights Convention (1873 : Washington, D.C.), contrib. by George T. Downing (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.2 .N53 [Info] Extracts From Letters of Teachers and Superintendents of the New-England Educational Commission for Freedmen (1864), by New England Freedmen's Aid Society (page images at MOA)
E185.2 .P42 [Info] Report of the Proceedings of a Meeting Held at Concert Hall, Philadelphia, on Tuesday Evening, November 3, 1863, To Take Into Consideration the Condition of the Freed People of the South (Philadelphia: Merrihew and Thompson, 1863), by Pennsylvania Freedmen's Relief Association
E185.2 .R43 [Info] The Position of the Republican and Democratic Parties: A Dialogue Between a White Republican and a Colored Citizen (ca.1868), by Union Republican Congressional Committee (page images at MOA)

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