Seven on Black: Reflections on the Negro Experience in America; Edited by William G. Shade and Roy C. Herrenkohl. William G. Shade, Roy C. Herrenkohl.

Seven on Black: Reflections on the Negro Experience in America; Edited by William G. Shade and Roy C. Herrenkohl

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1969. Paperback. [12], 177 p.; 21 cm. Paperback with illustrated cover. Stated First Edition. Contents: Why Study Afro-American History? by Otey M. Scruggs -- Diary of a Slave: Recollection and Prophecy by Joseph Logsdon -- The Civil War and Reconstruction: A Revolution of Racial Equality? by James M. McPherson -- Booker T. Washington and the National Negro Business League by Louis R. Harlan -- The Negro Church and the Northern City, 1890-1930 by Seth M. Scheiner -- Carl Stokes: Crisis, Challenge, and Dilemma by James F. Barnes -- Black Power: An Alternative by Charlles V. Hamilton. In Very Good- Condition: cover is rubbed; spine is slightly faded and creased; back cover is sunned along upper edge and fore-edge; pages are clean and tight. Very Good -. Item #007793

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