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Fri Mar 21 17:05:57 2014 UTClccn-n500773950.00The A.S.N.L.H. : the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History ... silver anniversary, Chicago, September 9, 19400.421.00The A.S.N.L.H. : the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History158830220n 50077395111082ASNLH.ASNLH AbkuerzungAssociation for the Study of Negro Life and HistorycontainsVIAFID/122614488Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and Historylccn-n50048494Woodson, Carter Godwin1875-1950edtlccn-n87141452Goggin, Jacqueline Anne1953-lccn-no2001031080Association for the Study of African-American Life and Historylccn-n50077396Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and Historylccn-n50039513Logan, Rayford Whittingham1897-1982edtlccn-n80044567Greene, Lorenzo J.(Lorenzo Johnston)1899-1988lccn-n83160384Romero, Patricia W.lccn-nr91042379Morais, Herbert M.(Herbert Montfort)1905-1970lccn-n50050682Patterson, Lindsay1942-comedtlccn-n50046574Robinson, Wilhelmena S.Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, incHistoryPeriodicalsBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcDirectoriesMusicControversial literatureRegistersRecords and correspondenceDictionariesAfrican AmericansUnited StatesAssociation for the Study of Negro Life and History, incWoodson, Carter Godwin,HistoriansAfrican American historiansAfrican Americans--HistoriographyAfrican Americans--EmploymentBlacksAfrican Americans--Social conditionsAfrican American artistsAfrican American musiciansBlacks in medicineMusic--Instruction and studyReconstruction (United States : 1865-1877)SlaveryBlack raceAntislavery movementsAfrican Americans--MusicSouth CarolinaCivilizationAfrica, Sub-SaharanAfricaSociology, RuralCountry lifeAfrican American physiciansVirginiaAfrican American lawyersGreat BritainAmerican and Foreign Anti-Slavery SocietyRelationsAfrican American slaveholdersAfrican American businesspeopleFree African AmericansTappan, Lewis,British and Foreign Anti-slavery SocietyAfrican Americans in medicineAfrican American artAssociation for the Study of Afro-American Life and HistoryMinoritiesEmigration and immigrationAfrican Americans--Societies, etcSlaveholdersBlacks--Social conditionsFreedmenWashington (D.C.)African Americans--Study and teachingRoosevelt, Theodore,American-Irish Historical SocietyGrimké, Francis J.--(Francis James),191519191923192419251926192719291930193119331934193519361937193819401944194519471951195819591961196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761979198019901991199319941996199719981999200020062007200813122163303325.260973E185.5ocn185436094231117ocn001782257serial0.39The Journal of Negro historyPeriodicals15058ocn001759606serial0.33Negro history bulletinHistoryPeriodicals77510ocn000602820book19300.63Greene, Lorenzo JThe Negro wage earner6247ocn000064665book19690.32Romero, Patricia WIn Black America, 1968: the year of awakeningHistoryPeriodicalsYearbooks5624ocn001424160book19670.31Morais, Herbert MThe history of the Negro in medicine4714ocn001129411book19670.29Patterson, LindsayThe Negro in music and artCriticism, interpretation, etcMusic4402ocn000893235book19670.28Robinson, Wilhelmena SHistorical Negro biographiesBiography3699ocn000005731book19290.66Harmon, John HenryThe Negro as a business man3063ocn001693751book19300.59Woodson, Carter GodwinThe Rural Negro2823ocn000426775book19380.70Savage, W. ShermanThe controversy over the distribution of abolition literature, 1830-1860, by W. Sherman SavageControversial literature2779ocn010642113book19660.19Morais, Herbert MInternational library of Negro life and historyHistoryPeriodicalsBiographyDictionariesMusic2755ocn003530616book19260.63Taylor, Alrutheus AmbushThe Negro in the reconstruction of VirginiaHistory2722ocn003393765book19270.66Tappan, LewisA side-light on Anglo-American relations, 1839-1858, furnished by the correspondence of Lewis Tappan and others with the British and Foreign Anti-slavery SocietyRecords and correspondence2437ocn005879719book19250.50Woodson, Carter GodwinFree Negro heads of families in the United States in 1830 : together with a brief treatment of the free NegroHistoryCensusDirectoriesGenealogyRegisters2194ocn001475153book19240.59Taylor, Alrutheus AmbushThe Negro in South Carolina during the ReconstructionHistory1688ocn001884092book19360.59Woodson, Carter GodwinThe African background outlined; or, Handbook for the study of the NegroHistory1655ocn001446232book19340.66Woodson, Carter GodwinThe Negro professional man and the community, with special emphasis on the physician and the lawyer1608ocn002581731book19240.53Woodson, Carter GodwinFree Negro owners of slaves in the United States in 1830, together with Absentee ownership of slaves in the United States in 1830DirectoriesDictionariesRegisters1472ocn009161499serial0.29International library of Negro life and historyPeriodicals753ocn000148921book19700.63Events of 1969History22003ocn045843468file19930.31Goggin, Jacqueline AnneCarter G. Woodson a life in Black historyBiography+-+89367625354142ocn000002545book19680.53Woodson, Carter GodwinFree Negro owners of slaves in the United States in 1830, together with Absentee ownership of slaves in the United States in 1830DirectoriesDictionariesRegisters1085ocn004249355serial0.86Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, incAnnual report of the director of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, IncorporatedPeriodicals121ocn041580355book19990.93Woodson, Carter GodwinPapers of Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1915-1950HistoryArchivesSources52ocn050648575book19271.00Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, incThe A.S.N.L.H. : the Association for the Study of Negro Life and HistoryHistory43ocn020698810book19150.93Woodson, Carter GodwinTen years of collecting and publishing the records of the NegroHistory32ocn032575596book19730.90Moynihan, Kenneth JamesHistory as a weapon for social advancement group history as told by Jewish, Irish, and Black Americans, 1892-1950History21ocn228303107book19701.00Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, inc56 anniversary of ASNLH : souvenier [sic] journal : the Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C., October 22-24, 1971History21ocn071061722mix0.92Woodson, Carter GodwinCarter Godwin Woodson papersHistoryEncyclopediasRecords and correspondencePart II, 1856-1974, relates chiefly to operations of the ASNLH and its publishing arm, Associated Publishers. Includes material concerning the Journal of Negro History; Negro History Bulletin; an unpublished Encyclopedia Africana, a comprehensive guide to African peoples, leaders, and luminaries in Africa, the U.S., South America, the Carribean, and worldwide; and W.E.B. Du Bois's project, Encyclopedia of the Negro, funded by the Phelps-Stokes Fund. Also includes primary documents relating to African-American life and history during the slavery, Reconstruction, and "New South" eras. Other subjects include Francis J. Grimké's personal finances and his ministry as pastor of the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C.; the service of the 368th Regiment during World War I; and efforts of "red caps," railroad service workers, to organize22ocn255339456book18251.00Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, incAnnual report of the director of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History incorporated July 1, 1924 to June 30, 1925 : together with the financial statement of the secretary-treasurer, the official staff, and life membersHistory21ocn064696514book19401.00Mitchell, Arthur WergsThe Negro a factor in the history of the world : remarks of Hon. Arthur W. Mitchell of Illinois in the House of Representatives, Wednesday, February 7, 1940History11ocn048031388book20000.10Moran, ErinCarter Woodson, Levi Hollingsworth Wood and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and HistoryHistory11ocn236096485book19440.47Dunlap, William DeWittThe life and work of Carter G. Woodson, Negro historianBiography11ocn074811453book19190.92Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, incFacts about the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History11ocn260426826book19941.00Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, incThe 79th annual conference of the ASALH, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994 : souvenir journalHistory11ocn042244562book19701.00Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, incSouvenir journal : fifty-fifth anniversary of ASNLH : the Benjamin Franklin Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 22-25, 1970History11ocn656289451mix0.10Morris, Madeline StrattonPapersHistoryArchivesSourcesMadeline Stratton Morris's papers document her work as an educator, author and activist in the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH). As a Chicago schoolteacher during World War II, she developed the first "Negro History" curriculum to be adopted by a U.S. public school system. Later, she was the author of Black history books for young people. Her papers include correspondence, her original curriculum guide, manuscripts of published and unpublished works, photographs, programs and memorabilia11ocn812516314mix1.00Grimké, Archibald HenryArchibald Henry Grimké papersRecords and correspondenceContains business, official, and personal correspondence, official papers concerned with Grimké's service as U.S. consul to Santo Domingo (1894-1898), biographical data, accounts, speeches, articles, book reviews, memorabilia, and portraits11ocn590599350book1940Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, incThe A.S.N.L.H. : the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History ... silver anniversary, Chicago, September 9, 194011ocn076973059book1.00Hart, Albert BushnellPapers of Albert Bushnell HartHistoryPersonal material includes family correspondence; notes taken by Hart while a student in Europe, 1881-1883; household accounts; and early school papers. 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