Recorder of the Black Experience. A Biography of Monroe Nathan Work.
Important biography of this American historian and scholar who ranks amongst such luminaries as Carter G. Woodson (“The Father of Black History”), Charles H. Wesley, John Hope Franklin and similar. Work was born to formerly-enslaved parents. He was one of the initial members of W.E.B. Du Bois’s Niagara Movement before joining Booker T. Washington and settling in at at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.
Description: Recorder of the Black Experience. A Biography of Monroe Nathan Work.
Baton Rouge: LSU Press, (1985). First edition. Review Copy. Near fine in publisher’s cloth with a dust jacket in like condition.