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Jim Crow history books? An examination of the treatment accorded Negro Americans in junior high school American history textbooks of the 1960"s. by Larry F. Gregory

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Published by Washington State University in [Pullman] .
Written in English


  • Junior high schools -- Curricula.,
  • United States -- History -- Textbooks.

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The Physical Object
Pagination64 l.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17772958M

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