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Your search in the category "African American" returned 1550 results in 78 pages.

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Antoniades, Christina. “The Unsinkable Sheila Dixon.” Baltimore, 101 (November 2008): 182-85, 236-39.
Category: African American | Women

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Anyaso, Hilary Hurd. “Approaching Diversity from the Top Down.” Diverse Issues in Higher Education, 25 (October 16, 2008): 20-21.
Category: African American

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Argersinger, Jo Ann E. Toward a New Deal in Baltimore: People and Government in the Great Depression. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1988.
Annotations / Notes: This book is especially relevant as the nation debates the privatization of social security. It considers the impact of the New Deal from the perspective of the city and the state rather than from the top down. Both Democratic Mayor Howard Jackson and Governor Albert C. Ritchie, a state's rights Democrat, were hostile to the centralizing policies of FDR's New Deal. The existing combination of private relief and public assistance which had developed in the 1920s, placing primary emphasis on faith based organizations to provide the basic safety net, was overwhelmed by the massive problems of the depression. It was only by the mid-1930s that this function was reorganized under municipal authority but the continued opposition of the Mayor and the Governor undermined this effort. Even with this bureaucratization of welfare, city workers continued to engage volunteer organizations to provide relief. Other aspects of the New Deal, such as labor unionization, and the problems faced by African Americans and women during the depression, are also considered.

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Armstrong, Douglas V. “Political, Economic and Cultural Identity.” Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 18 (February 2008): 105-10.
Category: African American

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Arpee, Marion. "Maryland Slaves in Hardey Wills and Indentures: 1718-1805." Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin 22 (Winter 1981): 24-27.

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Arpee, Marion. "Maryland Slaves in Hardey Wills and Indentures: 1718-1805." Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin, 22 (Winter 1981): 24-27.

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Ascher, Carol and Edwina Branch-Smith. ”Precarious Space: Majority Black Suburbs and their Public Schools.” Teachers College Record, 107 (no. 9, 2005): 1956-73.

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Ashcraft, Mary Ann. “Carving a Path to Freedom: The Life and Work of African American Stonecarver Sebastian ‘Boss’ Hammond.” Markers, 21 (2004): 12-39.

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Austin, Gwendolyn Hackley. "In Search of the Little Black Guinea Man; A Case Study in Utilizing Harford County and other Maryland Resources to Track Black Family History." Harford Historical Bulletin 36 (Spring 1988): 29-41.

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Austrian, Sheila West. “The Freedom Riders Come to Chestertown.” Key to Old Kent, 7 (2013): 85-91.

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Avillo, Philip J., Jr. "Property and Race: The Dilemma of Slave-State Republican Congressmen and the Origins of Reconstruction, 1863-1867." Southern Studies 23 (1984): 125-144.

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Aycock, Colleen and Mark Scott. Joe Gans, a Biography of the First African American World Boxing Champion. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008.

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Aymer, Margaret Patricia. “'First pure, then peacable': Frederick Douglass Reads James.” Ph.D. diss., Union Theological Seminary, 2004.
Category: African American

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Aziza, Halima. “The Kunta Kinte Festival.” Maryland Life, 7 (September/October 2011): 90-92.

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Aziza, Halima. “The Legend of Lewis.” Maryland Life, 3 (November/December 2007): 26.
Category: African American

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Bachrach, Peter, and Morton S. Baratz. Power and Poverty: Theory and Practice. New York: Oxford University Press, 1970.

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Baker, Henry E. "Benjamin Banneker, the Negro Mathematician and Astronomer." Journal of Negro History, 3 (April 1918): 99-118.

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Ball, Alex. “The Warrior.” Baltimore, 99 (September 2006): 190-95, 232.
Category: African American

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Ball, Charles. Fifty Years in Chains. Dover edition. Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, Inc., 2003.
Category: African American

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Ball, Charles. Fifty years in chains. New York: H. Dayton; Indianapolis, IN: Dayton & Asher, 1859.