Africa and the Afro-American Experience. Eight Essays. [inscribed and signed]
Inscribed and Signed by two significant scholars of African-American history
Inscribed and signed by two co-authors within, both towering historians of African-American history, John Hope Franklin and Benjamin Quarles. The essays focus on the theme of Black struggle for freedom in America and throughout the world. Subjects considered are Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. Du Bois, Black revolutionary nationalists, Black academicians, Alexander Crummell, George Washington Williams, the history of the Church in Ethiopia during the Fourth and Fifth Centuries and so on.
Description: Africa and the Afro-American Experience. Eight Essays. [inscribed and signed]
Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press, 1977. 205 pages. First edition. Publisher’s cloth; dust jacket. Binding with some fading and mottling; spine panel of jacket sunned; Very Good.