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BLACK HISTORY: A Reappraisal. The study moves from Africa to America, where the entrenchment and effect of slavery are treated. Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. counters the revisionists in his assertion that slavery was a primary cause of the Civil War; James McPherson traces the abolitionists' struggle to establish the Negro as equal; Dudley Cornish covers the Civil War.
Melvin Drimmer, American historian, educator. Board directors Karamu House, Cleveland; Member American History Association, Association Study Afro-American Life and History, Phi Beta Kappa.
A Different Drummer is the 1962 debut novel of William Melvin Kelley. It won the John Hay Whitney Foundation Award and Rosenthal Foundation Award of the National Institute of Arts and Letters.
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Melvin Drimmer, Charles R. Demas, Parvin Saidi, H. C. Kim. Plastic and reconstructive surgery. specialists of the period, their findings were not incorporated into the general framework of North American history. The writings of Franklin Frazier, Melville Herskovits, and John Hope Frankli. More).
Topics include printing, publishing, book selling, reading, and other aspects of print culture in colonial America and the United States
The Fuse of Book Publishing A History of the Book in America An Extensive Republic: Print, Culture, and Society in the New Nation. €œThe Talking Book and the Talking Book Historianâ€ explores scholarship located at the intersection of African American Studies and the History of the Book. While the two fields have a great deal to offer one another, I argue that there has, until recently, been only fitful dialogue between scholars from each camp, a phenomenon I trace in part to the schism between enumerative and analytic bibliographers at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Melvin Drimmer, Black History. W. A. Low, "Melvin Drimmer, Black History. " The Journal of Negro History 53, no. 4 (October 1968): 357-359.