African American History
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Kevin Levin, Remembering the Battle of the Crater
The battle of the Crater is known as one of the Civil War’s bloodiest struggles—a Union loss with combined casualties of 5,000, many of whom were members of the United States Colored Troops (USCT) under Union Brigadier General Edward Ferrero. The battle was a violent clash of forces as Confederate soldiers fought for the first time … Continue reading Kevin Levin, Remembering the Battle of the Crater$35.00 buy this item
Langston Hughes, Shakespeare in Harlem, 1st ed. Inscribed & Signed
Langston Hughes Shakespeare in Harlem, 1st edition, signed and inscribed. Hughes was called the Shakespeare of Harlem and the neighborhood’s poet laureate. By the time Hughes produced Shakespeare in Harlem, in 1942, he had already made a name for himself as a poet, novelist, playwright, short story writer and more. This was the first book … Continue reading Langston Hughes, Shakespeare in Harlem, 1st ed. Inscribed & Signed$1,650.00 reserve this item
Marcus Rediker, The Fearless Benjamin Lay, 1st Ed.
The Embodiment of No Justice, No PeaceREAD MORE $26.95 buy this item
Sean Wilentz, No Property in Man, 1st ed., Signed
Sean Willentz’s No Property in Man is a radical reconstruction of the founders debate over slavery and the constitution. Americans revere the Constitution even as they argue fiercely over its original toleration of slavery. Some historians have charged that slaveholders actually enshrined human bondage at the nation’s founding. The acclaimed political historian Sean Wilentz shares … Continue reading Sean Wilentz, No Property in Man, 1st ed., Signed$26.95 buy this item
William H. Holtzclaw, The Black Man’s Burden, 1st ed.
William Holtzclaw’s The Black Man’s Burden, in 1st ed. Holtzclaw, a graduate of Tuskegee Institute and protegé of Booker T. Washington, founded Mississippi’s Utica Normal and Industrial Institute (now Utica campus of Hinds County Community Colleges). Part autobiography, part Utica history; an uncommon look at education in the Jim Crow-era. Light sun damage; very light … Continue reading William H. Holtzclaw, The Black Man’s Burden, 1st ed.$295.00 buy this item
William H. Taft, Hampton – Tuskegee Results…Signature
“A Story Every American Should Know”READ MORE $4,500.00 reserve this item