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The Negro Problem in the United States: Its Rise, Development and Solution by Frank Wellington Gage ISBN 13: 9780837141169

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Hardcover; Negro Universities Press; ISBN-13: 978-0837141169

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The Negro problem in the United States; its rise, development and solution. Presented to the...

The Negro problem in the United States; its rise, development and solution. Presented to the University of Leipzig, for the degree of doctor of philosophy

by Gage, Frank Wellington

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Westport: Negro Universities Press, 1970. 116p. Reprint of the 1892 doctoral dissertation. About half on slavery, the rest on the post-Civil War eras; originally published in Leipzig 1892. Gage matriculated there in 1889.
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The Negro Problem in the United States:  Its Rise, Development and Solution

The Negro Problem in the United States: Its Rise, Development and Solution

by Gage, Frank Wellington

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Westport, CT: Negro Universities Press. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1970. Reprint. Hardcover. 0837141168 . Reprint of 1892 dissertation presented to the University of Leipzig for Doctor of Philosophy Degree. Green cloth. Doctoral dissertation arguing that African-Americans should not be lynched, forcibly deported, disenfranchised, nor considered social equals with white Americans until some unspecified future date when their “mental moral and industrial education” has improved. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 116 pages .
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The Negro Problem in the United States: Its Rise, Development and Solution

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Negro Universities Press, 1970. Hardcover. Good.
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The Negro Problem in the United States: Its Rise, Development and Solution

by Frank Wellington Gage

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Negro Universities Press, 1970-01-01. Hardcover. Used:Good.
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