4 edition of Black biography, 1790-1950 found in the catalog.
Black biography, 1790-1950
|Other titles||Black biographical dictionaries, 1790-1950., African American biographical database.|
|Statement||editors, Randall K. Burkett, Nancy Hall Burkett, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.|
|Contributions||Burkett, Randall K., Burkett, Nancy Hall., Gates, Henry Louis.|
|LC Classifications||Z1361.N39 B52 1990, E185.96 B52 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||91000254|
Black Biography, Local History Ref Z N39 B52 (2nd floor open shelf). Women in Particular. Ref HQ H47 (3rd floor open shelf). Index to American women from 54 works of collective biography. American Biographical Index. Ref CT A45 (3rd floor open shelf). Black Biography, A Cumulative Index. Three Volumes. Alexandria, Virginia: Chadwyck-Healey, This inde African American biographical references in over titles accumulated in the record below: Black Biographical Dictionaries Alexandria, Virginia: Chadwyck-Healy, .
Index to millions of biographical sketches in + periodicals, and + current books of individual and collective biography. Biography Index. New York: H. W. Wilson. Cites biographical material appearing in + periodicals, and + current books of individual and collective biography. Black Biography, About the Woodson Reference Collection Dr. Carter G. Woodson () was an educator and philosopher, mentor to African-American scholars, and the journalist and founder of the Association of African American Life and History. He believed that it is necessary for a race to have a history or it will be made insignificant, and that the study of African-American history would make for a.
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As observed in the foreword to Black Biography,the dominant genre for African American expression has historically been the autobiography. A wealth of cumulative biographical sources, often rare or inaccessible, unknown and unused by researchers, exists Format: Hardcover.
Black biography, a cumulative index User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. As observed in the foreword to Black Biography,the dominant genre for African American. Finding aid: Black Biography, a cumulative index, Z N39 B52 (Ivy).
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Black biographical dictionaries [Randall K Burkett; Nancy H Burkett; Henry Louis Gates, Jr.] -- This microfiche collection contains more than titles of biographical dictionaries and more t biographical references.
The titles come from more than public and private repositories. Black biography, Notes "This microfiche edition is sponsored by the W.E.B. DuBois Institute for Afro-American Research, Harvard University. Accompanied by index: Black biography, a cumulative index.
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Black biographical dictionaries Statement of Responsibility: [editors, Randall K. Burkett, Nancy Hall Burkett, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.]. May be used as an index to the titles included in the microfilm set entitled: Black biographical dictionaries, Description: 3 volumes ; 29 cm: Contents: V.
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Books Edited or Co-edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Randall K. Burkett, and Nancy Hall Burkett, eds. Black Biography, A Cumulative Index. 3 vols. Alexandria: Chadwyck-Healey, ProQuest's African American Biographical Database () is a unique electronic collection of biographical information on African Americans with o entries from over titles.
The African American Biographical Database is a resource of first resort when you are looking for biographical information, including photographs and illustrations, for African Americans. An invaluable reference work providing an alphabetical listing of individuals described in Black Biographical Dictionaries.
Black Biography, A Cumulative Index - Black Biography, A Cumulative Index. Black Biography, A Cumulative Index. Alexandria, Va.: Chadwyck-Healey, LOCATION: Reference EB53x A three-volume index to a collection of historical black biographical dictionaries published on microfiche (Micro No.
Biographical information on African Americans. Includes Chadwyck-Healey's microform collection: Black Biographical Dictionaries,obituary files, slave narrative collections, photographs, and illustrations; and the index to that collection, Black biography, There is a three volume index to this collection titled Black Biography, A Cumulative Index.
The first two volumes index biographical sketches alphabetically; volume three is an index by place of birth, occupation, religion and sex. A second series supplements the dictionaries as new books have been identified.
These also are indexed. African American Biographical Database - contains content from Black Biographical Dictionariesand Black Biography American National Biography is a standard reference work for information about the lives of significant persons in American history.
Includes the print index, Black Biography, A Cumulative Index, described below. Includes content not covered on our microfiche sets (Microfiche 6 and Microfiche 11). Searchable biographical information on African Americans.
Covers Chadwyck-Healey's microform collection, Black Biographical Dictionaries,and obituary files.Inblack voices began to rise against slavery. People like Gabriel Prosser and Nat Turner, attempted to launch slave rebellions against the system. Others, such as Maria Stewart and Frederick Douglass wrote books, pamphlets, and speeches calling for the.
Black Biography A Cumulative Index is at call number ZN39 B52 The primary arrangement for this index is by person's name with each entry showing the assigned reference source title number(s) followed by page number(s).