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Revels, 1827-1901 : a biography /0.591.00Broadside Press records,164214n 81024764570542Thompson, Julius E.Thompson, Julius E. 1946-lccn-n94062556Conyers, James L.lccn-n50053903Randall, Dudley1914-2000lccn-n88097585Broadside Presslccn-n2009063707Dawson, Nancy J.1966-lccn-n80013236Douglass, Frederick1818-1895lccn-n94037323Greene, Percy1897-1977lccn-n50038518Clarke, John Henrik1915-1998lccn-n81024766Revels, Hiram Rhoades1827?-1901lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n79022793Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical CollegeThompson, Julius EricUnion lists (Library catalogs)DirectoriesHistoryBiographyEncyclopediasPoetryMississippiAfrican American newspapersUnion catalogsAfrican American periodicalsUnited StatesLynchingRace relationsAfrican American poetsMichigan--DetroitLiterature publishingRandall, Dudley,African American artsPublishers and publishingBroadside PressPoets, AmericanMinority librariansAfrican American librariansDouglass, Frederick,African Americans--Intellectual lifeJournalistsSouthern StatesAfrican American journalistsMississippi--JacksonJournalismAfrican Americans--Civil rightsCivil rights movementsGreene, Percy,American poetry--African American authorsAmerican poetryAfrican Americans--EducationAfrican Americans--Politics and governmentAmericaAfrican Americans--HistoriographyHistoriansHistoriographyClarke, John Henrik,AfricaAfrican American historiansRevels, Hiram Rhoades,Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical CollegePresidentsUnited States.--Congress.--SenateLegislatorsSlaves as literary charactersSlavery--Psychological aspectsCivil rights movements in literatureMichiganAfrican American business enterprisesLotus PressAfrican Americans19461970197319771982198819921993199419971998199920012004200520072010201132951647013.03960730762PN4882.516295ocn044959048file19880.53Thompson, Julius EricThe Black press in Mississippi, 1865-1985Union lists (Library catalogs)DirectoriesAll black journalists had reason to fear the state's Sovereignty Commission, which could and did curb and coerce the press. Though more black newspapers existed in the state in the 1960s than at any time since the twenties, the decade of struggle took its toll. With the death of Martin Luther King and the freedom movement's geographic shift to the North, the era gave way to disillusionment in the seventies3939ocn038311992book19970.63Thompson, Julius EricDudley Randall, Broadside Press, and the Black arts movement in Detroit, 1960-1995HistoryBiography+-+35185913253363ocn422757463book20100.39The Frederick Douglass encyclopediaEncyclopediasThe Frederick Douglass Encyclopedia offers more than 100 alphabetically organized entries covering Douglass's extraordinary journey from childhood in bondage to forceful spokesperson for equality and freedom before, during, and after the Civil War. In addition to biographical details, the book looks at the full breadth of Douglass's writings and speeches, as well as the events that shaped his intellect and political views. Together, these entries create an enduring portrait of one of the nation's most iconic figures, a man who went from slavery to invited guest in Abraham Lincoln's White House, whose commitment to freedom for all led to his participation in the first women's rights conference at Seneca Falls, and whose profound influence ranged well beyond the borders of the United States+-+K3346886852454ocn070877766book20070.73Thompson, Julius EricLynchings in Mississippi : a history, 1865-1965History"Studies lynching in Mississippi from Civil War through civil rights movement. Arranged chronologically, it examines how lynching unfolded in the state, and assesses large number of deaths, reasons, the distribution by counties, cities and rural locations, and public responses. Covers lynching's legacy in the decades since 1965, and an appendix offers a chronology"--Provided by publisher+-+67727913252084ocn030399461book19940.84Thompson, Julius EricPercy Greene and the Jackson advocate : the life and times of a radical conservative black newspaperman, 1897-1977HistoryBiography1764ocn045223544book20010.84Thompson, Julius EricBlack life in Mississippi : essays on political, social, and cultural studies in a Deep South stateHistory+-+87746361251182ocn054356540book20040.81Pan African nationalism in the Americas : the life and times of John Henrik ClarkeBiography+-+0077677406886ocn007328377book19730.37Thompson, Julius EricHiram R. Revels, 1827-1901 : a biographyBiography702ocn000065016book19700.76Thompson, Julius EricHopes tied up in promises212ocn006062876book19770.92Thompson, Julius EricBlues said, walk on : poems61ocn050132119book20010.63Thompson, Julius EricMississippi witnessPoetry11ocn062718913mix1.00Madgett, Naomi Cornelia LongNaomi Long Madgett and Lotus Press papersPoetryCollection includes: interviews, clippings, journal entries, awards and certificates, poetry, personal notes, manuscript drafts, book jackets, book reviews; manuscript materials related to Madgett's poems "Midway" and "Octavia"; correspondence and manuscript materials from such prominent individuals as Maya Angelou, Gwendolyn Brooks, James Emmanuel, Langston Hughes, and Robert McFerrin, Sr.; information pertaining to Boone House, a gathering place for Detroit-area writers; lesson plans, handouts, financial records, catalogs, fliers, press releases, pamphlets, audio and visual materials, and photographs, all documenting the writing, teaching, and publishing careers of Madgett and the management of Lotus Press11ocn030929530book19920.47Thompson, Julius EricDudley Randall and the growth and development of Broadside Press, Detroit, Michigan, 1965-199011ocn081279473mix1.00Broadside PressBroadside Press recordsPoetryCollection includes: correspondence, typescripts, broadsides, books, financial records, audiovisual material, photographs, realia, and other printed material. These records document a portion of the history of the Detroit-based African-American-owned publisher of poetry broadside, anthologies and other works11ocn802791144book19930.47Thompson, Julius EricThe Black press in Mississippi, 1865-196511ocn030485589book19930.47Thompson, Julius EricThe role of the Black publisher as an agent for social change+-+3518591325+-+3518591325Fri Mar 21 15:46:00 EDT 2014batch12621