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1 Babow, Irving Paul CIVIL RIGHTS INVENTORY OF SAN FRANCISCO-PT. 1. EMPLOYMENT. By Irving Babow and Edward Howden ; a Study Conducted under the Auspices of the Council for CIVIC Unity of San Francisco, with the Assistance of a Grant from the Columbia Fouondation
San Francisco Council for Civic Unity of San Francisco 1958 Wrappers Near Fine with no dust jacket; Library bookplate, but no other markings 
Inserted are "Notes for Convenience of Editors and Reviewers" and the errata slip. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; xvii+352p. pages; Very scarce! 
Price: 300.00 USD
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2 Frazier, Edward Franklin SEGREGATION AND ITS CHALLENGE TO NEGROES IN THE NORTH
N. P. 1937? MIMEOGRAPHED Good with no dust jacket 
4to 11" - 13" tall; 9 pages; At head of title: Form 661. (by) "E. Franklin Frazier, Department of Sociology, Howard University, Washington, D. C. " Covered by plain gray wrappers, stitched. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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3 Murray, R. ( Ed. ) PROTEST ELEGY & PROPHESY (BLACK IMAGES, VOL.3 NO.2)
Toronto Black Images 1974 Softcover Very Good 
Rear wrapper faded. (stored) ; Black Images, Vol.3 No.2; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 64 pages 
Price: 50.00 USD
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4 Silliman, Benjamin SOME OF THE CAUSES OF NATIONAL ANXIETY: An Address Delivered in the Centre Church in New Haven, July 4th, 1832
[s. L. : S. N. ] [1832?] B0008BANIU Octavo, Wrappers, 27p. , Near Fine Condition! ! 
Contemporary plain brown paper wrappers are slightly chipped. ; By Professor Silliman of Yale College. VERY RARE! ! 
Price: 450.00 USD
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5 Smith, John David editor RACIAL DETERMINISM AND THE FEAR OF MISCEGENATION POST-1900 / EDITED WITH INTRODUCTIONS BY JOHN DAVID SMITH. (A New, Unread Copy with a Slight Fault)
New York Garland Publishing 1993 0815309805 / 9780815309802 CLOTHBOUND New 
Anti-Black Thought, 1863-1925 ; V. 8 Race and "The Negro Problem" ; Pt. 2; 8vo; xxviii, 413 pages; A new, unread copy. Upper right corner of front board and a couple of pages ever so slightly bumped. No dust jacket, as issued 
Price: 100.00 USD
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6 Storrs Labor Education Center Connecticut University BLACKS IN THE CONSTRUCTION TRADES AND EFFECT ON CONNECTICUT ECONOMY.
Storrs University of Connecticut 1970 Paperback Fine 
4to 11" - 13" tall; vii,49 pages; Stapled wrappers. In this study of black employment in the building trades in Connecticut, a state-wide survey was made of workers, students, apprentices, project directors, public officials, and union and trade association officers. The survey showed that even with an increase of nearly 50 percent since 1960, blacks still represent less than 7 percent of all construction workers, and few of those are in skilled trades. This has continued despite increasing shortages of skilled labor for two reasons: (1) With few blacks now employed, there are few who can pass on job information to other blacks, and (2) Many blacks are culturally disadvantaged, lacking the necessary competency at mathematics and science. Although manpower shortages are expected to continue for the next decade, there is little possibility of increased black representation, at least for the next 5 years, because of the present shortage of blacks in the lengthy apprenticeship programs. (BH) 
Price: 50.00 USD
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7 Werner, John M. REAPING THE BLOODY HARVEST : RACE RIOTS IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE AGE OF JACKSON, 1824-1849 / JOHN M. WERNER. (A New Copy)
New York Garland Publishing 1986 0824083016 / 9780824083014 CLOTHBOUND New 
American Legal and Constitutional History; 8vo; 333 pages; A new, unoped and unread copy. No dustjacket as issued. 
Price: 195.00 USD
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