1 edition of Americans from Africa found in the catalog.
Americans from Africa
|Statement||edited by Peter I. Rose. [Vol.1], Slavery and its aftermath.|
|Series||An Atherton book|
|Contributions||Rose, Peter I. 1933-|
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