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The Black Abolitionist Papers - Vol. 1 By C. Peter Ripley. University of North Carolina Press, 1985
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Black against Empire: The History and Politics of the Black Panther Party By Joshua Bloom, Waldo E. Martin Jr.. University of California Press, 2012
Black Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: An Annotated Bibliography By Thomas D. Watts, Roosevelt Wright Jr.. Praeger Publishers, 1986
Black American Families, 1965-1984: A Classified, Selectively Annotated Bibliography By Richard A. English, Jo Anne Hall, Walter R. Allen. Greenwood Press, 1986
Black Americans and the White Man's Burden, 1898-1903 By Willard B. Gatewood Jr.. University of Illinois Press, 1975
Black Americans By Alphonso Pinkney. Prentice Hall, 1969
Black Americans By Alphonso Pinkney. Prenitice-Hall, 1975 (2nd edition)
Black and Brown in Los Angeles: Beyond Conflict and Coalition By Josh Kun, Laura Pulido. University of California Press, 2014
FREE! The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses By Robert Louis Stevenson. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896
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Black Art in Brazil: Expressions of Identity By Kimberly L. Cleveland. University Press of Florida, 2013
The Black Arts Movement: Literary Nationalism in the 1960s and 1970s By James Edward Smethurst. University of North Carolina Press, 2005
Black Athena Revisited By Guy MacLean Rogers, Mary R. Lefkowitz. University of North Carolina Press, 1996
The Black Bard of North Carolina: George Moses Horton and His Poetry By George Moses Horton, Joan R. Sherman. University of North Carolina Press, 1997
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FREE! Black Beauty: The Autobiography of a Horse By Anna Sewell, Charles W. Pancoast. Dodge Publishing, 1907
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Black Body: Women, Colonialism, and Space By Radhika Mohanram. University of Minnesota Press, 1999
Black Bostonians: Family Life and Community Struggle in the Antebellum North By James Oliver Horton, Lois E. Horton. Holmes & Meier, 1999 (20th edition)
Black Boy, Notes By Carl Senna. Cliffs Notes, 1971
Black Cadet in a White Bastion: Charles Young at West Point By Brian G. Shellum. University of Nebraska Press, 2006
Black Carib Household Structure: A Study of Migration and Modernization By Nancie L. Solien Gonzaalez. University of Washington Press, 1969
The Black Christ of Esquipulas: Religion and Identity in Guatemala By Douglass Sullivan-González. University of Nebraska Press, 2015
The Black Cloth: A Collection of African Folktales By Bernard Binlin Dadié, Karen C. Hatch. University of Massachusetts Press, 1987
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Black Clouds over the Isle of Gods and Other Modern Indonesian Short Stories By David M. E. Roskies, I. Roskies. M. E. Sharpe, 1997
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Black Colleges: New Perspectives on Policy and Practice By M. Christopher Brown II, Kassie Freeman. Praeger, 2004
The Black Comedy of John Guare By Gene A. Plunka. University of Delaware Press, 2002
Black Communists Speak on Scottsboro: A Documentary History By Walter T. Howard. Temple University Press, 2007
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Black Conservative Intellectuals in Modern America By Michael L. Ondaatje. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010
Black Cuban, Black American: A Memoir By Evelio Grillo. Arte Publico, 2000
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Black Culture and the Harlem Renaissance By Cary D. Wintz. Rice University Press, 1988
Black Culture and the New Deal: The Quest for Civil Rights in the Roosevelt Era By Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff. University of North Carolina Press, 2009
Black Detroit and the Rise of the UAW By August Meier, Elliott Rudwick. Oxford University Press, 1981
The Black Diaries: An Account of Roger Casement's Life and Times, with a Collection of His Diaries and Public Writings By Peter Singleton-Gates, Maurice Girodias. Grove Press, 1959
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Black Directors in Hollywood By Melvin Donalson. University of Texas Press, 2003
Black Dixie: Afro-Texan History and Culture in Houston By Howard Beeth, Cary D. Wintz. Texas A&M University Press, 1992
FREE! The Black Doctor: And Other Tales of Terror and Mystery By A. Conan Doyle. Garden City Publishing Co., 1919
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Black Dog of Fate: A Memoir By Peter Balakian. Basic Books, 1997
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Black Educational Choice: Assessing the Private and Public Alternatives to Traditional K-12 Public Schools By Diana T. Slaughter-Defoe, Howard C. Stevenson, Edith G. Arrington, Deborah J. Johnson. Praeger, 2012
Black Elk and Flaming Rainbow: Personal Memories of the Lakota Holy Man and John Neihardt By Hilda Neihardt. University of Nebraska Press, 1995
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Black Elk DeSersa: Conversations with the Black Elk Family By Esther Black Elk Desersa, Olivia Black Elk Fourier, Aaron Desersa Jr., Clifton Desersa, Hilda Neihardt, Lori Utecht. University of Nebraska Press, 2000
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Black Elk Speaks: The Complete Edition By John G. Neihardt, Black Elk. University of Nebraska Press, 2014
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Black English: A Seminar By Deborah Sears Harrison, Tom Trabasso. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1976
A Black Explorer at the North Pole By Matthew A. Henson. University of Nebraska Press, 1989
Black Faces in White Places: 10 Game-Changing Strategies to Achieve Success and Find Greatness By Randal Pinkett, Jeffrey Robinson, Philana Patterson. American Management Association, 2011
Black Fathers: An Invisible Presence in America By Michael E. Connor, Joseph L. White. Routledge, 2011 (2nd edition)
Black Flag over Dixie: Racial Atrocities and Reprisals in the Civil War By Gregory J. W. Urwin. Southern Illinois University Press, 2004
Black for a Day: White Fantasies of Race and Empathy By Alisha Gaines. University of North Carolina Press, 2017
Black Frankenstein: The Making of an American Metaphor By Elizabeth Young. New York University Press, 2008
Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan through Peace and War By Thomas De Waal. New York University Press, 2013 (10th edition)
Black Hawk and the Warrior's Path By Roger L. Nichols. H. Davidson, 1992
The Black Heart's Truth: The Early Career of W.D. Howells By John W. Crowley. University of North Carolina Press, 1985
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