The Negro's Progress in Fifty Years. J. P. Ph D. Lichtenberger, Associate.

The Negro's Progress in Fifty Years

Philadelphia: American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1913.

First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. [1], vi, 244 pages. Burgundy cloth hardcover with gilt lettered title on the spine. Front and rear end sheets have light foxing. Text edges browned. Shelf wear and some fading to the cloth binding. Both paste downs have a light reddish stain from the cloth on the upper and right edge. Text in very good condition. Previous owner name of E. A. Long written on the front paste down and last name written on the rear paste down. Contents listed in 4 sections: Part I Statistical; Part II Business Activities and Labor Conditions; Part III Social Conditions and Problems; Part IV Educational Progress and Need. A variety of essays included in this work. Some of the contributors include Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee Institute; W.E. Du Bois (Editor of the Crisis); L. H. Hammond, Paine College, Augusta, Georgia; J. J. Watson, Ph.D. Macon, Georgia; Howard W. Odum, University of Georgia and many others. Good. Item #16969

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