[The Long Road] The History of the Coloured Canadian in Windsor, Ontario, 1867-1967.
History of Windsor, Ontario, Canada from a Black perspective. The book contains some general historical information but functions more as a directory of prominent Black citizens, churches, organizations and social clubs. Well-illustrated and with numerous biographical sketches. Apparently this was a stand-alone volume, no other volumes published: “This 1st volume of history deals with the contribution of the coloured people of Windsor, Canada. It has ben a ‘Long Road’ of hardships, sorrow and struggle but above all it shows some of the achievements of these people who came to Canada to do what any good citizen should…” (p209)
Description: [The Long Road] The History of the Coloured Canadian in Windsor, Ontario, 1867-1967.
Windsor, Ontario [Cabada]: Sumner Printing & Publishing Company Ltd., (1967, 1969). Second Edition. [1–5], 6–211 pages. Sm. 4to. Publisher’s paper-covered boards; without dust jacket. The spine title is given as The Long Road, with the half-title adding the phrase “Volume I.” Half tone portraits and illustrations; maps. Near Fine.