ORGANIZATIONS


National Association of Colored Women

Shaw, Stephanie J. "Black Club Women and the Creation of the National Association of Colored Women." In 'We Specialize in the Wholly Impossible': A Reader In Black Women's History, ed. Darlene Clark Hine, Wilma King, and Linda Reed, 433-447,  N. Y.: Carlson Publishing, 1995.


LITERATURE FOR YOUNG SCHOLARS

PEOPLE


Douglass, Frederick

Russell, Sharman Apt. Frederick Douglass: Abolitionist Editor.  N. Y.: Chelsea House, 1988.

DuBois, W.E.B.

Stafford, Mark. W.E.B. DuBois: Scholar and Activist.  N.Y.:  Chelsea House, 1989.

Terrell, Mary Church

McKissask, Patricia and Frederick McKissack. Mary Church Terrell: Leader For Equality. Hillside, N. J.:  Enslow Publishers, Inc., 1991.

Washington, Booker T.

Patterson, Lillie. Booker T. Washington: Leader of His People. Champaign, IL:  Garrard Press, 1962


HISTORICAL PERIODS
(SLAVERY, RECONSTRUCTION & PROGRESSIVE ERA)

Bair, Barbara. Though Justice Sleeps: African Americans, 1880-1900.
N. Y.: Oxford University Press. The Young Oxford History of African Americans, Vol. 6, 1997, 141p.

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