The Negro in American History: A taste of freedom, 1854-1927
Mortimer Jerome Adler
Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation, 1969 - African Americans
Vol. 1, A taste of freedom, 1854-1927. Vol. 2, Slaves and masters, 1567-1854. Vol. 3, New Your, New York.
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