Washington, D. C;
A Selected Bibliography
Compiled by Marva E. Belt, Reference
Librarian and Catherleen T.
Washington, Library Assistant, October 21, 1998
Research Center, Howard University,
Washington, D. C.
Babb, Valerie and Carroll R. Gibbs. Black
Remembered: A Historv of Its Black Community from the
Founding of "The Town of George" in 1751 to the
Day. Washington, D. C.: Georgetown University Press,
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.
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.
---. Washington in the New Era 1870-1970.
Washington, D. C.:
Education Department, National Portrait Gallery,1971. 40p.
City of Magnificent Intentions.
Cobb, William M. The First Negro Medical
Society: A History of the
Medico-Chirugical Society of the District of Columbia,
1939. Washington, D. C.: The Associated Publishers,
159p. M610.6 C63