Published by NY: Time-Life Books, 1968., 1968
96pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), b&w photos. Good condition in illustrated wrappers (soft cover). Covers a little worn and soiled, bottom corner bumped. Owner's name on the title page, otherwise clean and firmly bound, no tears or creses, no markings. Dozens of emotional and disturbing photos of the events and times.
Seller Inventory # 24003
Published by NY: Odyssey Press, (1968)., 1968
1st printing. 269pp, trade paperback (5.25x8 inches), notes, bibliography, index. Good in wrappers (softcover). Covers lightly worn and soiled, spine crease, one corner creased. Bookstore stamp on first page, otherwise contents clean and tight, no markings.
Seller Inventory # 10683
Published by American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1965., 1965
430pp (continuous pagination: pages 743-1173), 6x9 inches, index to Volume 94. Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). Corners are rubbed, covers a little soiled and sunned (darkened). Contents clean and tight, no creases or tears, no markings. Nineteen essays on African American issues by various authors.
Seller Inventory # 16163
Published by American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1966., 1966
454pp, (6x9 inches). Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). Corners are rubbed, wrappers a little soiled and sunned (darkened). Contents clean and tight, no creases or tears, no markings. Twelve essays on African American issues by various authors. Includes Transcript of the American Academy Conference on the Negro American.
Seller Inventory # 16164
Published by NY: HarperCollins, 1993., 1993
1st edition. 192pp, 8vo. F/VG+. Hardcover, clean, crisp tight. DJ very lightly worn, a little rubbing to spine ends, tiny tear at the top. "Why are middle-class Blacks angry?".
Seller Inventory # 7355
Published by Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press / Parallax Book, 2002., 2003
165pp, (6x8 inches), b&w photos, map,bibliography. Near Fione condition in wrappers (soft cover). Crisp, clean, tight, no creasing to spine, no markings. The Himba are an African tribal group whose lands lie in northern Namibia. They are a pastoral people, who (according to the introduction by Hugh Brody) are in danger of "development" by well meaning people in government and other organizations.
Seller Inventory # 23786
Published by NY: Basic Books, (1971)., 1971
Presumed 1st edition, no other printings listed. 280pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), bibliography, index. Ex-Library copy, with the usual pocket, labels and stamping. Hardcover in DJ. Actually pretty nice condition, tight, corners sharp, no markings to text, barely used.
Seller Inventory # 12179
Published by Columbus: Charles E. Merrill, 1969., 1969
2nd printing. 154pp, (6x9 inches), bibliography. VG in wrappers (softcover). Owner's name on front cover (New Mexico author Orlando Romero), covers lightly worn with a reading crease on the front. Contents crisp and tight, no markings. 15 essays by F rederick Douglas, William Wells Brown, Alexander Crummel, Paul Laurence Dunbar, W.E.B DuBois, Kelly Miller, James Weldon Johnson, Langston Hughes, George S. Schuyler, Saunders Redding, Ralph Ellison, James Baldwin, John O. Killens, Le Roi Jones, Eldridge Cleaver.
Seller Inventory # 8447
Published by NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1969., 1969
128pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos, map, bibliography. Good condition, soft cover. Covers lightly worn, corner crease on front. Corners rubbed, flared. Contents clean, binding tight, no tears or creases, no markings. Religion, priesthood, political organization, ecomonics, life cycle, cultural changes, et al.
Seller Inventory # 23150
Published by Rochester, MN: Self published, 1991., 1991
96pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos by Robert "Skip" McEwan. Near Fine condition in wrappers (softcover). Spine sun faded, lower corners rubbed. Otherwise everything tight and crisp, no markings. Poetry by this African American writer.
Seller Inventory # 10058
Published by Cranbury: A.S.Barnes & Co., 1968., 1968
1st American edition. 218pp, 8vo. Illustrated with drawings and b&w photos, references and index. Fine/VG. Hardcover in DJ. Book is crisp and tight, corners sharp, no markings. DJ has a trace of edge wear, white areas very lightly soiled. History o f the slave trade.
Seller Inventory # 1164
Published by NY: Grosset & Dunlap / Universal Library, [nd].
Reprint of the original 1958 edition. 208pp, (5.25 x 8 inches), brief biographical information about each author. Good condition in green wrappers (soft cover). Covers are rubbed, a light spine crease. Otherwise clean, well bound, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. Prose and poetry from southern Africa, Ethiopia, east Africa, central Africa, Madagascar, and west Africa.
Seller Inventory # 23789
Published by Bayside, NY: General Hall Inc., (1979)., 1979
199pp, (5.25x8.25 inches), bibliographies, index. VG in wrappers (softcover). Covers lightly rubbed and scratched, little bump to corner of back cover. Page edges soiled, otherwise contents clean and tight, no markings, one light spine crease. Black and white relationships, personal and societal, compared with 2 groups of Indians (Native Americans). Essays by several authors.
Seller Inventory # 10048
Published by Studio City, CA: Rattle / Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation, 2009., 2009
195pp, (6x9 inches), b&w illustrations. Very Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). A trace of wear to corners, spine a little sunned (faded). Otherwise crisp, clean, tight, no bumps, no creases, no markings. Features conversations with Toi Derricotte and Terrance Hayes.
Seller Inventory # 21281
Published by West Medford, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1917., 1917
120pp, (5 x 7.25 inches), b&w photos, reading list. Good condition in tan wrappers (soft cover). Covers are soiled, some page corners creased, light general wear. Contents clean, no markings. White missionaries at work in Africa in the early 1900's. Some issues of political correctness by today's standards. This was designed to be a study book for Sunday school classes and includes study questions after each chapter.
Seller Inventory # 21585
Published by Washington: USGPO, ., 1963
246pp, (6x9 inches), bibliography and list of cases cited. VG in wrapps (softcover). Lightly worn and sunned, spine ends have tiny chips, light drink ring on front. A few pages have tiny spot at bottom corner, otherwise clean and tight, no markings.
Seller Inventory # 7438
Published by Lagos: Ibadan University Press and Nelson, 1970., 1970
Reprint of the 1966 edition. xviii, 555pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), map endpapers maps in text and plates, b&w photos, index. Very Good/Good, hardcover with dust jacket. The book itself is clean and firmly bound, corners sharp, no markings. The jacket is worn, rubbed, spine faded, chipping to edges, a one inch tear at head of spine. Now in a DJ protector. Chapters arranged geographically: The continent, North Africa and Ethiopia, West Africa, South Africa, East Africa. A collection of articles by various authors. Please note that this is dated material, does NOT represent conditions in Africa today.
Seller Inventory # 23943
Published by Windsor, Ontario, Canada: Olive Publishing Company, 1980., 1980
4th printing. 275pp, (5 x 8.25 inches), b&w photos, bibliography. BNear Fine condition in wrappers (soft cover). Clean, bright, tight, no spine creasing. No bumps, tears, chips or creases, no markings. "A documented novel about the underground railroad." Told in novel form, but with footnotes and historical back story about the family involved. SIGNED and inscribed by a member of the Walls family (I'm not sure about the first name, but it is not Bryan.).
Seller Inventory # 26242
Published by NY: The Dial Press, 1976., 1993
135pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches). Near Fine/ Good, hardcover with dust jacket. The book itself is crisp, clean , tight, corners sharp, no markings. The jacket has edge wear with chipping, plus tears at the ends of the flap creases. Tape mended inside and now in a DJ protector. A historical novel for young readers, based on Brown's own autobiography.
Seller Inventory # 22952
Published by np: Martin Luther King, Jr. Foundation and the PR&R Committee on Civil and Human Rights in Education (NEA), 1968., 1968
Unpaginated but 22 leaves, (8.5 x 10 inches). VG+ (light wear to covers) in flat black wrappers (softcover) with embossed title. Pages are also black, with b&w photos and text in white. Crisp and tight, no markings. Simple stark tribute published in the year of his death.
Seller Inventory # 1844
Published by Westport: Negro University Press, 1970., 1970
152pp, (5.5 x 8.75 inches). Ex-Library, hard cover, with stamping, pocket and labels. A little wear at corners and spine ends, Otherwise clean and tight, no tears or creases, no markings to text. Originally published in 1912 by the Neale Publishing Company. ".A simple narrative of facts connected with the struggle in that part of the Black Belt of Alabama which formed the Fourth Congressonal District, by one who was in the midst of it." (from the introduction).
Seller Inventory # 25554