Negro Historians in the United States. [inscribed by the author]
Survey of African American historiography including extended observations on the books of such historians and scholars as Robert Benjamin Lewis, William Wells Brown, William Still, W.E.B. Du Bois, Benjamin G. Brawley, Booker T. Washington, Carter G. Woodson, Charles H. Wesley, Monroe M. Work, Rayford W. Logan, etc. and such then-emerging scholars as Benjamin Quarles and John Hope Franklin. Inscribed and signed by the author.From the library of historian Bell Irvin Wiley; with Wiley’s signature to front endpaper.
Description: Negro Historians in the United States. [inscribed by the author]
Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Fraternal Press, (1958). First Edition. , xi, , 188pp. Sm. 8vo. Publisher’s maroon cloth with gilt titling on spine and upper cover. Ownership inscription and label on endpapers. Inscribed and Signed by author on front endpaper to Black bibliophile and educator, Brooks Morris. Light foxing on endpapers and fore-edge; very good.