Journal of Negro History Journal of Negro History [Vol. XXXII, No.1 (January 1947)]
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One edition of "The Journal of Negro History" edited by Carter G. Woodson dated January 1947. Includes articles pertaining to the annual meeting of the "Association for the Study of Negro Life and History," African American deaths in the Civil War, African Americans in the election of 1922, self-government in British Nigeria, admission of African Americans into the Society of Friends and book reviews.
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