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Ethnic Groups / Cultural History   

Catalog Last Updated: 06/11/22 9 items.

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Burland, Cottie.   MEN WITHOUT MACHINES: THE STORY OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLES  
Garden City: Natural History Press, 1969. 1st Am. ed. 252 pages. Hardcover. Illustrated throughout with b/w & color photos, drawings & paintings, the history of primitive peoples around the world and cultural inter-actions today.
Near Fine/No Jacket. # A5902. $5.50     Inquire Now  
Chelson, Edna Barnett.   OUR PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN FAMILIES: A HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF THE ANCESTORS OF EVA MINERVA BAIR BARNETT, WHO SETTLE IN BERKS COUNTY  
Morgantown, PA: Masthof Press, 1998. 1st ed. 626 pages. Hardcover. 1883294789 1-883294-78-9. [continued from title] ... Pennsylvania and her descendants. An extensive and well-produced genealogy of this German family. B/w photos, family charts, maps, brith, death and marriage records, facsimilies of wills and other legal documents, etc. Indexed.
Fine/No Jacket. A bright, nice, unmarked copy. # B4142. $38.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Griest, Stephanie Elizondo.   MEXICAN ENOUGH: MY LIFE BETWEEN THE BORDERLINES (SIGNED)  
New York: Washington Square Press, 2008. 1st ed. 320 pages. Paperback. 1416540172 1416540172. Autobiography about traveling between cultures. Inscribed and signed by the author.
Near Fine/Wraps. A very nice copy. # E4129. $9.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Griest, Stephanie Elizondo.   MEXICAN ENOUGH: MY LIFE BETWEEN THE BORDERLINES (SIGNED)  
New York: Washington Square Press, 2008. 1st ed. 320 pages. Paperback. 1416540172 1416540172. Autobiography about traveling between cultures. Inscribed and signed by the author.
VG/Wraps. Tight, small owner note on rear inside cover. # E4112. $9.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Krehbiel, Henry Edward.   AFRO-AMERICAN FOLKSONGS: A STUDY IN RACIAL AND NATIONAL MUSIC  
New York: Frederick Ungar, 1971. Reprint. 176 pages. Hardcover. 0804455716 0-8044-5571-6. Reprint of the 1914 classic. Examines origin and structure of slave songs, spirituals, funerary, creole songs and more. Indexed.
Fine/Fine. An immaculate, tight copy. # A3021. $15.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Manuel, Herschel T.   SPANISH SPEAKING CHILDREN OF THE SOUTHWEST THEIR EDUCATION AND THE PUBLIC WELFARE  
Austin: U.T. Press, 1965. 222 pages. Paperback. Examination of problems facing schools with non English speaking students.
Fine/Wraps. New old stock from our archives. # A3153. $2.00     Inquire Now  
Robertson, Robert J.   HER MAJESTY'S TEXANS TWO ENGLISH IMMIGRANTS IN RECONSTRUCTION TEXAS  
College Station: Texas A & M, 1998. 1st ed. 172 pages. Hardcover. 0890968411 0-89096-841-1. Story of two British immigrants, John W. Leonard and J.W.L. "Will" Johnson, who came to Beaumont in 1869 leading careers as teachers, lawyers and newspapermen.
Fine/Fine. A new copy. # A4707. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
United States Congress, .   MEMORIALS ON THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY  
Austin: Pemberton Press, 1970. Reprint. 31 pages. Hardcover. Facsimile reprint of the 1792 Congressional report on memorials promoting the abolition of slavery by several northern states. In fine gray linen.
Near Fine/No Jacket. A bit of foxing to covers. # A0752. $18.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Wintz, Cary D.   BLACK CULTURE AND THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE  
College Station: Texas A & M, 1996. 1st ed. 277 pages. Paperback. 089096761X 0-89096-761-X. With an emphasis on social issues, traces the literary and social movement arising in the urban centers in the 1920s and 1930s.
Near Fine/Wraps. Tight, no wear, back corner bent from a fall. Publisher stamp on front endpaper. # E1207. $11.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  

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