Memphis State University Press, 1981. With Douglas L. Conner. A Black Physician’s Story: Bringing Hope in Mississippi. Foreword by Aaron Henry.
Memphis State University Press, 1981. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1985.
A Black Physician's Story book . Douglas L. Conner (deceased) was a physician in Starkville, Mississippi and a civil rights activist. John F. Marszalek is Giles Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Mississippi State University. Aaron Henry (deceased) was a pharmacist in Clarksdale, Mississippi and a civil rights activist.
Conner, Douglas L; Marszalek, John . 1939 . 1939-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on September 10, 2012.
A Black Physician’s Story: Bringing Hope To Mississippi (1986) with John Marszalek. Douglas Lavoisier Conner (born Douglas Lee) was born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, on October 25, 1920. Douglas Conner: A Biography. By Connie Conner (SHS). He was born to Jerry and Mary Elnora Conner (deceased).
Release Date:November 1985. Publisher:University Press of Mississippi.
ISBN13:9780878052790. Release Date:November 1985. 90 lbs. Related Subjects. African-American & Black African-American & Black Americas Biographies Ethnic & National History Medical Books Regional . Science & Math Social Science Social Sciences South State & Local.
Journal of American Studies
Journal of American Studies English Français. Journal of American Studies. Volume 21, Issue 1. April 1987, pp. 150-151. Conner and John F. Marszalek, A Black Physician's Story: Bringing Hope to Mississippi (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1985, £1. 0). Pp. 183. ISBN 0 87805 279 8. John White (a1).
A Black Physician’s Story: Bringing Hope in Mississippi. Marszalek - (5 juillet 1939) est un américain originaire de Buffalo. Grover Cleveland, A Bibliography. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press, 1988. Encyclopedia of African-American Civil Rights: From Emancipation to the Present. Foreword by David J. Garrow. Il a enseigné au Canisius College, Gannon University et Mississippi State University, où il a reçu la distinction d être William L. Giles Distinguished Professor en 1994.
Marszalek, John F. 1939–. Conner) A Black Physician's Story: Bringing Hope in Mississippi, University Press of Mississippi (Jackson, MS), 1985. Marszalek, John F. John Francis Marszalek). PERSONAL: Born July 5, 1939, in Buffalo, NY; son of John and Regina (Sierakowski) Marszalek; married Jeanne Kozmer, October 16, 1965; children: John, Chris, Jamie. Grover Cleveland: A Bibliography, foreword by Arthur M. Schlesinger, J. Meckler (Westport, CT), 1988.
With Douglas L. In the 1970s, a book about Whittaker by John Marszalek, a historian at Mississippi State University, drew attention to his case. In 1994, a television movie based on the book aired, which generated momentum for the movement to award Whittaker a posthumous commission. On July 25, 1995, President Bill Clinton awarded the commission to Whittaker's heirs, saying, "We cannot undo history, but today we can pay tribute to a great American and we can acknowledge a great injustice.
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