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81 Sarah Bradford - HARRIET TUBMAN: The Moses Of Her People -

(Citadel Press) - (1961) - (Soft Cover - Laminated) (Used - Very Good) - (Pocket-size)- (Biographical) 

This pocket-size volume tells the powerful story of a former slave's heroic struggle as a conductor on the underground railroad and her many missions back and forth between the North and South to gather Confederate war secrets for the Union Army during the Civil War. Her name may be Harriet, but we (all) know her as Moses. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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82 Scott Malcomson - ONE DROP OF BLOOD: The American Misadventure Of Race -

(Farrar Straus) - (2000) - (Hard Cover - W/Dust Jacket) - (Used - Very Good - (Plus) - (Jacket Very Good) - (African American History) - 

The author tells stories about America's strange obsession with race, ranging from the Lost Colony of Roanoke, to Mark Twain, to the Oklahoma City bombing. This journey along the color line reveals startling new insights into our past and our present. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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83 Sterling Stuckey - SLAVE CULTURE: Nationalist Theory & The Foundation Of Black America -

(Oxford University Press) - (1987) - (Soft Cover, Laminated) - Used, Very Good - (Slavery, Commentary) - (425, Pages) - 

In this book, the author strikes a resounding chord, that has resonated for years around our efforts, as African people, to resolve the problem of cultural self-definition or identification. Especially, as it pertains to "us accepting our African cultural heritage and traditions," which have survived for more than four-hundreds years in America, and continue to be a part of our culture, as seen in the names we give our children and the naming of some of our churches, and styles of worshiping, singing, dancing, folkloric storytelling , and community life. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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84 Steven M. Stanley - CHILDREN of the ICE AGE:How a Global Catastrophe Allowed Humans to Evolve -
(New York) -
(W. H. Freeman and Company) - 1996 - (First Edition) - (Soft Cover) - (Very Good) - (Anthropology/Archaeology) - 8-1/4 h x 5-1/2 w - 

The Children of the Ice Age is a richly informed and inspiring description of our evolution from Australopithecus, the southern ape, to the Homo sapiens that we are today. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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85 Susanne Everett - THE SLAVES: An Illustrated History Of The Monstrous Evil -

(G. P. Putnam's Books) - (1978) - (Hard Cover, W/Mylar & Dust Jacket) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Hard Cover, Mlylar & Dust Jacket Very Good) - (History of Slavery Quick Refe (256, Pages) - 

"The Slaves" tells the Historical development of the system of slavery (from its beginning to modern day, and describes the trans-Atlantic slave trade which brought 11 million-plus West Africans from their West African homes lands during a 300 year period. The book reviews the lives of these captives under forcible subjugation and exploitation by other human beings. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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86 Sylviane A. Diouf - SERVANTS OF ALLAH: Africans Muslims Enslaved In The Americas -

(New York University) - (1998) - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - (Used - Very Good - (Pages Are Unmarked) - (Enslaved African Muslims) - 

Carefully researched and documented, this study of slavery in the Americas surpasses all previous works, as it pertains to the true nature of African who were brought to the Americas. Faith and spirituality have always been powerful forces in the histories of people of African descent. Central to the cultural histories of African from West Africa, is the religion of Islam, which became a significant factor in developing many African influenced traits of social behavior in the Americas. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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87 Thad W. Tate - THE NEGRO IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY WILLIAMSBURG -

(Colonial Williamsburg) Foundation - (1965) - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - (Used - Very Good) - (Slavery in Verginia) - 

This is an insightful and scholarly text about the formation of slavery in Antebellum Virginia and the United States. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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88 The Estate Of Tupac Shakur, Leila Steinberg, Introduction & Nikki Giovanni, Foreword - TUPAC SHAKUR: THE ROSE THAT GREW FROM CONCRETE

(MTV Books) - (1999) - (Hard Cover, W/Dust Jacket) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Autograph (Simulated) - (Poetic Writings) - (150, Pages) - 

Written in his own hand, the proses, gifts, of one of America's greatest Prophet-poet laureates "TUPAC SHAKUR." What can we say, but, "Pure Genius." He showed us in this small book (at the age of 19), truly what the "Power of One" could do through the power of his lyrical messages. His messages embraced his spirit, his energy, and his ultimate message of hope for America, and the World. His legacy will live forever, because his message is eternal. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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89 Thomas Streissguth (Editor) - SLAVERY -

(Greenhaven Press) - (2001) - (Soft Cover, Laminated) - Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Slavery, Commentary) - (223, Pages) - 

A complete review of slavery in the Western Hemisphere. For instance, did you know that, two-third of all slaves in the New World lived and died on Caribbean sugar plantations? Did you know that, cutting and burning of sugarcane was one of the most exhausting and dangerous forms of slavery? Did you know that, harsh work and rampant diseases cut short the lives of most Caribbean slaves, while their owners lived elsewhere, leaving the care and management of plantations to overseers? Did you know that, Jamaica had a negative population of African slaves at the end of slavery, while the U. S. and Brazil had a large plus slave population. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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90 Velma Maia Thomas - LEST WE FORGET: The Passage from Africa to Slavery and Emancipation -
New York -
Crown Publishing Group - 1997 - First Edition - Hard Cover - Laminated - Book Very Good - Cover Very Good - African American Studies/Hist 10-3/8 h x 10-1/2 w 

A three-dimensional interactive book with photographs and documents from the Black Holocaust Exhibit. An excellence volume that documents the plight of an estimated 100 Africans from their rich pre-slavery cultures to their enslavement in a foreign land. This volume is a collection of stirring history papers, memoirs, personal effects, and photographs brought to life in a unique three-dimensional, interactive format. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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91 Walter Dean Myers - MALCOLM X: By Any Means Necessary

Polaris - 1993 (Soft Cover - Laminated) - (Used - Very Good) - (BIOGRAPHY) - 

This is another volume that tells how Malcolm rose from being a common street thug, thief, dope peddler, and pimp, to become one of the most dynamic leader of the African American Revolution. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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92 Walter Dean Myers - MALCOLM X: By Any Means Necessary -

(Polaris) - (1965) - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - (Used - Very Good) - (biographical) - (210 Pages) - 

Martyr. Prophet. Dealer. Troublemaker. Revolutionary. A Man. Malcolm X was many men. From a streetwise teenager to the militant leader of hundreds of thousands in the Nation of Islam, he was one of the most respected, and most feared, men in American history. Even today, years after his assassination, young and older people of his time, alike, still listen to his speeches, his wisdom, his truth, and read his autobiography. In this forthright and courageous (210 pages volume with many pictures and copy of his birth certificate) account, the author, two-time winner of the Newbery Honor and four-time winner of the Coretta Scott King award, depicts a complex man whose life reflected the major issues of his time. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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93 William Pepper - AN ACT OF STATE: The Execution Of Martin Luther King

(Verso) - (2003) - (Hard Cover, W/Dust Jacket)- (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Civil Rights Movement) - (334, Pages) - 

This (looks new) volume tells the story of Dr. Kings execution. On the evening of April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King was in Memphis supporting a worker's strike - According to the author, "By the end of the day, top-level U. S. Army snipers were in position to eliminate him, if ordered to do so" 
Price: 35.00 USD
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