Catalog Record: Progress of a race or, The remarkable advancement of the American Negro, from the bondage of slavery, ignorance, and poverty to the freedom of citizenship, intelligence, affluence, honor and trust | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Progress of a race [microform]; or, The remarkable advancement of the American Negro, from the bondage of slavery, ignorance, and poverty to the freedom of citizenship, intelligence, affluence, honor and trust. Rev. and enl. by J.L. Nichols, and William H. Crogman. With special articles by well known authorities, Mrs. Booker T. Washington, Charles M. Melden, M.W. Dogan, Albon L. Holsey, and an introduction by Robert R. Moton.

Main Author: Gibson, J. W. b. 1841.
Related Names: Crogman, W. H. 1841-1931., Nichols, J. L. 1890-1931.
Language(s): English
Published: Naperville, Ill., J. L. Nichols & Co. [c1920]
Subjects: African Americans > Biography.
African Americans > History.
Note: First edition published under title: The colored American.
Title on eye-readable fiche header: Progress of a race, 1920.
Published in 1912 by John William Gibson and William H. Crogman.
"Who's who in the Negro race": p. 329-460.
Physical Description: 480 p. illus.
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