Our Country, The United States of America, Our People, Americans All. [cover title]
1960s Middle and Junior High School social studies unit guide promoting the values of diversity. The guide was prepared for teachers to promote geographical knowledge of the United States, skills for reading and gathering information, and “to help pupils get acquainted with; learn to appreciate and to respect all Americans from diverse racial, religious and nationality backgrounds.”
Author Edyth H. Ingraham was a school principal in Philadelphia and was that city’s chapter president of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. The guide, which highlights the achievements of numerous ethnic groups in America, was published by the Black publishing house, The Associated Publishers, Inc. of Washington, D.C., and contains an extensive bibliography “for the development of respect for the Negro American.”
Description: Our Country, The United States of America, Our People, Americans All. [cover title]
Washington, D.C.: The Associated Publisher’s, Inc., c.1961–1963. 14, [2 (blank)]pp. Pamphlet. 8¼ x 5¼ inches. Yellow stiff paper wrappers; stapled. Near fine.