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Without Reserve

Without Reserve

by Sheila Burnford

The Ukrainians In Canada

The Ukrainians In Canada

by Ol'Ha Woycenko

Black Rage

Black Rage

by William H and Price M Cobbs Grier

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Saints and Sinners

by Delbert F Plett

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An Indian Remembers

by Tom Boulanger

Ethnic Studies Books & Ephemera

This Land Was Theirs

This Land Was Theirs

by Oswalt, Wendell H

Includes bibliographical references and index.
Voices Of the Plains Cree

Voices Of the Plains Cree

by Ahenakew, Edward

Black Americans

Black Americans

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A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LANGSTON HUGHES, 1902-1967:; With a Preface by Arna Bontemps.  Second Edition, Revised

A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LANGSTON HUGHES, 1902-1967:; With a Preface by Arna Bontemps. Second Edition, Revised

by Hughes, Langston / Dickinson, Donald C

Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1972. Revised & Enlarged Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. pp: xiii, 273, index; frontispiece portrait of Langston Hughes. 8.75" x 5.5" Tipped in is a "checklist update," dated March 1992.
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$40.00
"SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 17, Number 1, February/ March 1967

"SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 17, Number 1, February/ March 1967

by Sing Out magazine

NY: Sing Out, 1967. First edition. Softcover. Very Good. 64pp; text illustrated from photographs. This issue contains words and music to 13 songs, including: Coffee Blues by John Hurt; Mahogany Row by Ernie Marrs; Liverpool Lullaby by Stan Kelly; Janey's Blues by Janis Ian; and nine more. Articles include: John Hurt, Patriarch Hippie by Dick Waterman; The Future of the Folk Renascence by Nat Hentoff; Fiddleville by Donald M. Winkelman; and others. Also in this issue are the usual... Read more
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$25.00
"SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 16, Number 6, January 1967

"SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 16, Number 6, January 1967

by Sing Out magazine

NY: Sing Out, 1967. First edition. Softcover. Very Good. 72pp; text illustrated from photographs. This issue contains lyrics, melody lines and chord symbols to 13 songs, including three anti-war songs by Pete Seeger: If You Love Your Uncle Sam, Bring Them Home; The Big Muddy; The Ballad of the Fort Hood Three. Articles include: A Portfolio on War (Mark Twain/Pete Seeger); Cuba, A Personal Report on Life and Music Today by Irwin Silber; Gospel by Julius Lester; etc. Departments include:... Read more
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$25.00
PORTAL TO AMERICA:  THE LOWER EAST SIDE, 1870-1925

PORTAL TO AMERICA: THE LOWER EAST SIDE, 1870-1925

by Schoener, Allon, editor

New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1967. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. 256pp, printed in blue; 148 half- and full-page illustrations from photographs. Bound in cloth-backed printed boards, decorated endpapers, matching dust wrapper, 10.25" x 8.25"
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$25.00
The Natural History of Man (Two Volumes)

The Natural History of Man (Two Volumes)

by James Cowles Prichard

H. Bailliere, 1855. Hard cover. Very good/No jacket. Two volume set with marbled boards and leather corners and half spine. Gold edges. All still bright. Some scuffing and discoloration on spines. Clean inside.
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$350.00
AFRO-AMERICANA, 1553-1906:; A Catalog of the Holdings of the Library Company of Philadelphia and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania

AFRO-AMERICANA, 1553-1906:; A Catalog of the Holdings of the Library Company of Philadelphia and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania

by Library Company of Philadelphia

New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2008. Second, Expanded Edition. Original Cloth. Fine. 890pp. Bound in black cloth, gilt lettering on spine and cover. 8.5" x 11" The first edition of this seminal work was published in 1973, itemizing more than 13,000 printed works and nearly 5,000 manuscript entries. This expanded, second edition adds some 2,500 titles pertaining to African-American history and culture.
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$250.00
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ANTISLAVERY IN AMERICA

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ANTISLAVERY IN AMERICA

by Dumond, Dwight Lowell

Ann Arbor: Univ of Michigan Press, 1967. Second printing. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. pp: (ii), 119. Bound in brown cloth, gilt lettering on spine, illustrated endpapers, price-clipped dust wrapper. 11.25" x 8.5" "...a basic listing of primary sources for anyone interested in the antislavery movement in the United States. It is believed that no item of major importance has been overlooked."
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$35.00
LAURENCE RIVERS PRESENTS "THE GREEN PASTURES,"  A FABLE BY MARC CONNELLY.  Souvenir Program.; Production Designed by Robert Edmond Jones.  Music under the direction of Hall Johnson.  Play Staged by the Author.  Pulitzer Prize Play, 1930.  Chicago Premier Monday evening, Sept. 7, 1931

LAURENCE RIVERS PRESENTS "THE GREEN PASTURES," A FABLE BY MARC CONNELLY. Souvenir Program.; Production Designed by Robert Edmond Jones. Music under the direction of Hall Johnson. Play Staged by the Author. Pulitzer Prize Play, 1930. Chicago Premier Monday evening, Sept. 7, 1931

by Connelly, Marc

NY: Al Greenstone, 1931. First edition thus. Softcover. Very Good. 16pp; text illus from photographs of the play on stage, actors, music director, etc. Bound in pictorial wrappers showing a scene from the play. 11.75" x 8.75" Connelly's play, featuring an all-Black cast, and based on Roark Bradford's "Ol' Man Adam an' His Chillun'," won the Pulitzer Prize for 1930. "Green Pastures" comprises episodes from the Old Testament as seen through the eyes... Read more
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$75.00
THE GREEN PASTURES SPIRITUALS.  Arranged for Voice and Piano by Hall Johnson

THE GREEN PASTURES SPIRITUALS. Arranged for Voice and Piano by Hall Johnson

by Johnson, Hall

New York: Carl Fischer, 1930. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 40pp, including title-page and song index. Contains words and music to 25 "Negro Spirituals from 'The Green Pastures'." Bound in green and black pictorial wrappers, cover illustrations by Robert Edmond Jones based on his stage sets for the New York production. 12" x 9" [OCLC identifies only one print version, by Farrar & Rinehart, 1930.
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$50.00
Grandpa was a polygamist;: A candid remembrance Bailey, Paul Dayton

Grandpa was a polygamist;: A candid remembrance Bailey, Paul Dayton

Good. A 1960's reading to help understand a Mormon town life. 1960 Hardcover, Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, red leatherette bindings, gold gilt spinal titles and decorative embellishments, jacket is clear tape repaired, end nicked, corner and edge tattered freshly clear Brodart covered dust jacket, jacket is missing 1/4 of its lower spine, book is signed and inscribed by the Author as follows:"To XNGH 'Rex' Hamilton, Dear friend and fellow Clamper - With every good wish - Sincerley - Paul Bailey"... Read more
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$79.95
The language of the gods;: Sanskrit keys to India's wisdom, Tyberg, Judith M

The language of the gods;: Sanskrit keys to India's wisdom, Tyberg, Judith M

Very Good. Judith M. Tyberg, East-West Cultural Centre, 1976 Second Edition Hardcover, Bright, Tight Copy, no names, no stamps, no labels, light reading wear, clean and unmarked text.  the freshly clear Brodart covered Dust Jacket has a small lower rear panel sales sticker removal scar, minor edgewear and a few closed short edgenicks.     The last book of Dr. Judith M. Tyberg, Founder-President of the East-West Cultural Center- The Sri Aurobindo Center of Los Angeles, noted Sanskrit scholar and... Read more
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$19.95
African Americans in the Founding Era

African Americans in the Founding Era

by Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

NY, Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History [2009]. Calendar, 30 x 30 cm. Includes September 2009 to January 2011, with notice of an event significant in African American history, especially at the time of the American Revolution, for every day, and with images for each month. Stock#L468. Vg.
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$25.00
Indian Claims Commission Proceedings; Special Issue on Treaty Land Entitlement; A Publication of the Indian Claims Commission; (1996) 5 ICCP (Publisher series: Indian Claims Commission Proceedings.)

Indian Claims Commission Proceedings; Special Issue on Treaty Land Entitlement; A Publication of the Indian Claims Commission; (1996) 5 ICCP (Publisher series: Indian Claims Commission Proceedings.)

by Bellegarde, Daniel J. (Contributor Roger J. Augustine; Carole T. Corcoran; Aurelien Gill; P.E. James Prentice.)

Ottawa: Indian Claims Commission [0-660-16584-8] 1996. (Trade paperback) 524pp. Very good plus. Notes, tables, maps, appendices. "Treaty land entitlement claims, or TLE claims as they are commonly known, are a particular type of specific claim involving an assertion by a First Nation that the Crown has failed to provide it with sufficient reserve lands under the terms of treaty" - from the text. Book about Fort McKay First Nation, Kawacatoose First Nation, Lac la Ronge Indian Band &... Read more
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$31.50
Primitive Culture (Two Volume)

Primitive Culture (Two Volume)

by Edward B. Tylor

Henry Holt & Company, 1889. Hard cover. Very good/No jacket. Two volume set. Covers clean, spines bumped. Clean throughout, some uncut pages.
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$100.00
BRETHREN HYMN BOOKS AND HYMNALS, 1720-1884

BRETHREN HYMN BOOKS AND HYMNALS, 1720-1884

by Hinks, Donald R

Gettysburg, PA: Brethren Heritage Press, 1986. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. 205pp; illustrations in the text. Bound in tan hopsacking, red lettering on spine and cover. One of a limited edition of 2,000 copies. 9" x 9"
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$25.00
CARTE DE VISITE OF MASSACHUSETTS TRANSCENDENTALIST & ABOLITIONIST THEODORE PARKER, PHOTOGRAPHED BY E.B. FAY

CARTE DE VISITE OF MASSACHUSETTS TRANSCENDENTALIST & ABOLITIONIST THEODORE PARKER, PHOTOGRAPHED BY E.B. FAY

by Parker, Theodore

New York: E.B. Fay, 1860. Original document. Fine. Head-and-shoulders sepiatone portrait of Parker in dark coat, white collar and bow tie, with a full white beard. Printed below the image, "Rev. Theodore Parker, E.B. Fay, 100 Nassau Street." Verso is blank. Parker (1810-1860), Unitarian minister and reformer, is said to have inspired speeches by Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King, Jr. He was born in Lexington, Massachusetts, and after a relatively short but full life, he died in... Read more
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$100.00
PAMPHLETS ISSUED BY THE LOYAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY, FROM FEB. 1, 1863, TO FEB. 1, 1864.  NOS. 1 TO 44

PAMPHLETS ISSUED BY THE LOYAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY, FROM FEB. 1, 1863, TO FEB. 1, 1864. NOS. 1 TO 44

by Loyal Publication Society

New York: Loyal Publication Society, 1864. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First editions of all 44 pamphlets, here compiled by the Society, and with a general title-page. Original printed wrappers are present for all but 12 numbers (probably excluded because those papers are short). Bound in half black leather and marbled boards, gilt lettering on the spine; upper portion of front joint started, and holding. 8.75" x 5.75". // Pamphlet titles [here abbreviated]: #1, Future of the... Read more
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$950.00
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE NEGRO IN AFRICA AND AMERICA

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE NEGRO IN AFRICA AND AMERICA

by Work, Monroe N., compiler

Mansfield Centre, CT: Martino Fine Books, 1998. Limited Edition Reprint. Original Cloth. Fine. 698pp. Contains more than 10,000 citations of books and periodicals pertaining to African-American history and culture, arranged under topical headings. 9" x 6" Originally published in 1928 by Tuskegee Institute, where Monroe Work was Director of Records and Research.
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$100.00
"SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 16, Number 5, November 1966

"SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 16, Number 5, November 1966

by Sing Out magazine

NY: Sing Out, 1966. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 64pp; text illustrated from photographs. This issue contains words and music to 13 songs, including: Ride That Freedom Highway; La Peregrinacion; The Recruited Collier; Welcome The Traveler Home; and nine more. Articles include: La Huelga!--Songs of the Delano Grape Strike; The Angry Children of Malcolm X by Julius Lester; Glover on Harp by Tony Glover IV; and others. Also present are the regular departments devoted to folk music and... Read more
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$25.00
OZARK FOLKLORE:  AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY

OZARK FOLKLORE: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY

by Arkansas-Missouri / Randolph, Vance

Columbia, MO: Univ of Missouri Press, 1987. Second Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Two volumes. pp: 572 + 354, indices. Bound in green cloth, black lettering on spines, pictorial blue dust wrappers. 9.5" x 6.25" Contains more than 2,500 annotated entries on the folklore, customs and songs of Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.
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$50.00
"SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 17, Number 6, December/January 1967/68

"SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 17, Number 6, December/January 1967/68

by Sing Out magazine

NY: Sing Out, 1967. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 64pp; text illus from photographs. Contains words and melody lines to 13 songs, including: New Found Land and three others by Woody Guthrie; Hell, No! I Ain't Gonna Go by Matthew Jones & Elaine Lavon; Hymn of the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam by Huynh Minh Sieng; and ten more. Articles include: a long feature on Woody Guthrie and his music on the tenth anniversary of his death; Misc. Notes on Music in the North of... Read more
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$25.00
THE NEGRO ENSEMBLE COMPANY PRODUCTION OF "A SOLDIER'S PLAY" .... Place: Fort Neal, Louisiana.  Time: 1944

THE NEGRO ENSEMBLE COMPANY PRODUCTION OF "A SOLDIER'S PLAY" .... Place: Fort Neal, Louisiana. Time: 1944

by Fuller, Charles

New York: George Fenmore, 1983. Softcover. Fine. (18)pp; illustrated throughout from photographs. Bound in pictorial wrappers, 12" x 9" Souvenir program. Murder mystery involving the murder of a black sergeant on a Louisiana army base during World War II, with racial overtones.
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$35.00
My Two Worlds

My Two Worlds

by Alice Princess Msumba Siwundhla

Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing, 1971. First Edition. Very Good book in a Good dust jacket. Signed by the author.
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$25.00