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Thu Oct 16 18:01:27 2014 UTClccn-n790578900.10Independent action : Kincaid in the North Atlantic /0.371.00Papers, ca. 1896-ca. 197366580939n 79057890290969Winston Michaellccn-n50039513Logan, Rayford Whittingham1897-1982edtlccn-n83018676McNeil, Genna Raelccn-n87874514Howard University, Washington, D.C.Department of Historylccn-n79057893Battle, Thomas C.lccn-n79057891Phillips, Glenn I. O.lccn-n79057892Scott, William J.1915-nc-howard university$museumHoward UniversityMuseumlccn-n50025487Frazier, Edward Franklin(1894-1962)nc-african methodist episcopal churchAfrican Methodist Episcopal Churchlccn-no93012751Cuney-Hare, Maud1874-1936Winston, Michael R.Biography‡vDictionariesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsExhibition catalogsFictionBiographyAfrican AmericansUnited StatesRace relationsSlaveryAfrican Americans--BiographyLogan, Rayford Whittingham,Middle classBlacksHoward University.--MuseumAfrican Americans--Social conditionsAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)New Mexico--Sierra CountyGeologySingersActorsDancersAmerican Federation of TeachersAmerican Federation of Teachers.--National Committee on Cultural MinoritiesBaicich, JosephHaitiDiscriminationDiscrimination in housingPennsylvaniaInterpersonal relationsTopeka (Kan.).--Board of EducationSocialismNew York (State)--New YorkSegregation in education--Law and legislationWalker, George,Minorities--EducationSchool administratorsHuman rightsTravelVoyages around the worldPolitical campaignsMexicoMemorial serviceEducatorsComediansCole, RobertTeachersMarch on Washington for Jobs and FreedomWinston, Michael RBalabanoff, Angelica,Buck, Pearl S.--(Pearl Sydenstricker),Social historyPoliticiansComposersHoward University.--Department of HistoryThomas, Norman,194119691970197119731974197519791982198319882011201220133325648663920.009296073E185.96ocn468299849ocn18574612819696ocn007577533book19820.26Logan, Rayford WhittinghamDictionary of American Negro biographyBiographyBiography Dictionaries3415ocn000100317book19700.50Logan, Rayford WhittinghamThe Negro in the United States, a brief historyHistory2532ocn018816068book19880.77Historical judgments reconsidered : selected Howard University lectures in honor of Rayford W. LoganHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc433ocn000811286book19730.96Winston, Michael RHoward University Department of History, 1913-1973341ocn005173116book19790.94Battle, Thomas CCatalog of the inaugural exhibition of the Howard University MuseumHistoryCatalogsExhibition catalogs312ocn489578027book19690.82Frazier, E. FranklinBourgeoisie noire51ocn013197640book19830.29Classified list of entries for the Dictionary of American negro biographhy31ocn786293041book20120.10Winston, Michael RIndependent action : Kincaid in the North AtlanticHistoryFictionJonathan Kinkaid finds himself serving as First Lieutenant aboard the American frigate Randolph of 32 guns, blockaded in the port of Philadelphia during the winter of 1776-77. Tasked with orders to undertake "independent action" in the frigid waters of the North Atlantic against a mighty British convoy, she manages to elude enemy warships long enough to transform her crew--from the crusty boatswain O'Toole to the teenage midshipman Billy Weatherby--into an effective fighting force. The "Lucky Randy" takes a number of important prizes until her luck runs out in a surprise meeting with His Majesty's Royal Navy frigate Gaspee. After suffering untold horror aboard a rotting prison hulk in New York harbor, our heroes make a bold escape to become involved in the daring Sag Harbor raid and then fight a climactic sea battle against a superior force before winning their right to return home32ocn002571904mix19750.96Winston, Michael RGeology of the Silver Monument area, Sierra County, New Mexico21ocn874010643book0.47Logan, Rayford WhittinghamThe negro in the United States21ocn861199331book20120.10Winston, Michael RHazardous duty : Kincaid with the Northern FleetHistoryFiction"Join Captain Kinkaid as he takes command of the 18-gun Sloop of War, Ranger, tasked with scouting duties for the Continental Fleet in this third volume of the Jonathan Kinkaid Series. Braving not only the foul and frigid weather of northern waters, Kinkaid must contend with an inexperienced crew, a badly leaking ship, and personality clashes among senior officers, one of them being the bokd and aggressive John Paul Jones, in command of the Frigate Alfred." -- Back cover21ocn874010489book0.47Logan, Rayford WhittinghamThe negro in the United States22ocn181656695book19740.10Winston, Michael RAnnual Report To The President of Howard University21ocn247796208book19710.47Logan, Rayford WhittinghamThe ordeal of democracy11ocn632248385art19820.10Slowe, Lucy Diggs (1885-1937): teacher, school administrator, and college deanBiography Dictionaries11ocn613636179art19820.10McCabe, E. P. (1850-1920): politicianBiography Dictionaries11ocn640112789art19820.10Walker, George (1873-1911): comedian, dancer, singer, actor, producer, and promoterBiography Dictionaries11ocn632236971art19820.10Shepard, James Edward (1875-1947): educatorBiography Dictionaries11ocn632248381art19820.10Simms, Willie (1870-1927): jockey and trainerBiography Dictionaries11ocn606574659art19820.10Cole, Bob (1863?-1911): composer, singer, dancer, musician, actorBiography Dictionaries11ocn070953377book1.00Lane, LayleTrials, litigation, etcDiariesRecords and correspondencePersonal papers, including diaries of Lane's trip around the world (1953-1954), a trip to Haiti (1950), and a stay in Mexico (1954), as well as autobiographical material (found in letters to Michael Winston, political campaign brochures, and a program from her memorial service in Pennsylvania); family papers; correspondence; writings, including her monthly column, The Human Relations Front (American Teacher magazine), other writings (some in Spanish), and newsclippings about Lane; and photographs of family and friendsThu Oct 16 15:44:28 EDT 2014batch20570