BLACKS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA;
A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

by Thomas C. Battle, Ph.D.

General History

Adler, Bill, ed. Washington: A Reader. New York: Meredith Press,
     1967.

Brown, Letitia Woods. Free Negroes in the District of Columbia,
     1790-1846. New York: Oxford University Press, 1792.

Brown, Letitia Woods and Elsie M. Lewis.  Washington from
     Banneker to Douglass, 1791-1870. Washington: National
     Portrait Gallery, 1971.

__________. Washington in the New Era, 1870-1970, Washington:
     National Portrait Gallery, 1971.

Federal Writers’ Project. Washington, City and Capital. Washington:
     G.P.O. , [1937].

Froncek, Thomas, ed. The City of Washington: An Illustrated History.
     New York: Knopt, 1977.

Furer, Howard B. Washington, A Chronological and Documentary
     History, 1790- 1970. Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. : Oceana Publications,
     1975.

Green, Constance M. The Secret City: A History of Race Relations
     in the Nation's Capital. Princeton, N. J. : Princeton University
     Press, 1967.

__________. Washington: Capital City, 1879-1950. Princeton, N. J. :
     Princeton University Press, 1963.

__________. Washington: Village and Capital, 1800-1878.
     Princeton, N. J. : Princeton University Press, 1962.

Powell, Ron and Bill Cunningham. Black Guide to Washington.
     Washington: Washingtonian Books, 1975.

Smith, Sam. Captive Capital: Colonial Life in Modern Washington.
     Bloomington, Ind. : Indiana University Press, [1974] .

 

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