Washington, D. C;
A Selected Bibliography

Compiled by Marva E. Belt, Reference Librarian and Catherleen T.
Washington, Library Assistant, October 21, 1998

Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Howard University,
Washington, D. C.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Babb, Valerie and Carroll R. Gibbs. Black Georgetown
     Remembered: A Historv of Its Black Community from the
     Founding of "The Town of George" in 1751 to the Present
     Day. Washington, D. C.: Georgetown University Press, 1991.
     184 p. M975.3 B561

Baker, Robert S. The D. C. Riots of 1919: A Study in Perspective.
     Master's thesis. Howard University, 1973. 55p.
     M372.242H B177 1973

Battle, Thomas C. Published Resources for the Study of Blacks
     in the District of Columbia: An Annotated Guide. Ph.D. diss.
     George Washington University, 1982. 237p. M016.9753 B322

Borchert, James. Alley Life in Washington: Family, Community,
     Religion and Folklore in the City, 1850-1970. Urbana:
     University of Illinois Press, 1980. 326p. M975.3 B644

Brown, Letitia W. Free Negroes in the District of Columbia,
     1790-1846. N. Y.: Oxford University Press, 1972. 226p.
     M975.3 B82f

---. Washington in the New Era 1870-1970. Washington, D. C.:
     Education Department, National Portrait Gallery,1971. 40p.
     M975.3 B82w

City of Magnificent Intentions. M975.3 C498

Cobb, William M. The First Negro Medical Society: A History of the
     Medico-Chirugical Society of the District of Columbia, 1884-
     1939. Washington, D. C.: The Associated Publishers, 1939.
     159p. M610.6 C63

 

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