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E185.6 .L77 [Info] The Negro in America (Reading with a Purpose #68; Chicago; American Library Assocation, 1933), by Alain Locke (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.6 .L81 [Info] Is the Negro Making Good? (Cincinnati: Printed for the author by the Methodist Book Concern, c1913), by Charles Edward Locke (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.6 .M45 [Info] God's Dealings With the Negro (Boston: Richard G. Badger, c1919), by Richard Mayers (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.6 .N42 [Info] Negro Slavery, Then and Now (Chicago: Revolutionary Workers League, 1939), by Revolutionary Workers League of the U.S. (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.6 .O27 [Info] Social and Mental Traits of the Negro: Research into the Conditions of the Negro Race in Southern Towns; A Study in Race Traits, Tendencies, and Prospects (1910), by Howard Washington Odum (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.6 .P46 [Info] Roll, Jordan, Roll (Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co., c1933), by Julia Mood Peterkin, illust. by Doris Ulmann (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.6 .W18 [Info] Our Home Colony: A Treatise on the Past, Present and Future of the Negro Race in America (Steubenville, OH: Herald Printing Co., c1908), by Moses Fleetwood Walker (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.6 .W72 [Info] The Negro as a Political Problem: Oration by the Hon. George W. Williams of Massachusetts at the Asbury Church, Washington, D.C., April 16, 1884 (Boston: A. Mudge and Son, printers, 1884), by George Washington Williams (multiple formats ay archive.org)
E185.61 [Info] Who Brought the Slaves to America? Slavery and the Jews (Hollywood, CA: Western Front, 1968), by Walter White (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.61 .A1 F7 [Info] Freedom (1950s Harlem-based newspaper) (partial serial archives)
E185.61 B16 [Info] Following the Color Line: An Account of Negro Citizenship in the American Democracy (New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1908), by Ray Stannard Baker (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
E185.61 .B58 [Info] Take Your Choice: Separation or Mongrelization (Poplarville, MS: Dream House Pub. Co., 1947), by Theodore Gilmore Bilbo (page images at HathiTrust)
E185.61 .B7912 1954 [Info] A Review of Black Monday (Winona, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, ca. 1954), by Thomas P. Brady (page images at USM)
E185.61 .B7913 1957 [Info] Segregation and the South (Greenwood, MS: Association of Citizens' Councils, ca. 1957), by Thomas P. Brady (page images at USM)
E185.61 .B89 [Info] The Negro Problem (Baltimore: John Murphy and Co., 1891), by William Cabell Bruce (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.61 C212 1964 [Info] Calendar of Coercion (1964), by Congress of Racial Equality (page images at USM)
E185.61 .C37 [Info] The South's Just Cause (third printing; 1961), by Willie Malvin Caskey (page images at USM)
E185.61 .C55 1969 [Info] Credo for Rioters and Looters, by Eldridge Cleaver (PDF page images at MSU)
E185.61 .C59 [Info] The Citizen, by Citizens' Councils of America (partial serial archives)
E185.61 .C75 [Info] The Communist Position on the Negro Question (New York: New Century Publishers, 1947), by William Z. Foster, Benjamin J. Davis, Eugene Dennis, James E. Jackson, James S. Allen, Abner W. Berry, Homer Chase, Alex Bittelman, Ray Hansborough, Max Weiss, Edward E. Strong, and William L. Patterson, contrib. by Nat Ross (PDF at flvc.org)
E185.61 .C762 1963 [Info] All About CORE (ca. 1963), by Daniel Jack Chasan, illust. by Bob Adelman (PDF at crmvet.org)
E185.61 .C763 1963 [Info] This is CORE (ca. 1963), by Congress of Racial Equality (PDF at crmvet.org)
E185.61 .C83 [Info] Let us Understand the Negro (Clarksdale, MS: The author, ca. 1952), by Paul Clark (page images at USM)
E185.61 .D26 [Info] The Negro People and the Communist Party (New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1943), by Benjamin J. Davis (multiple formats at archive.org)
E185.61 .D262 [Info] The Negro People on the March (New York: New Century Publishers, 1956), by Benjamin J. Davis (PDF at Pitt)

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