Our Books - Black-History

The Trials of Anthony Burns: Freedom and Slavery in Emerson’s Boston
Frank, Albert J. Von

Harvard University Press, Cambridge and London, 1998. [xix] + 409 pp.; illustrated; Notes, extensive Bibliography (pp. 337-396) and Index. “Before 1854, most Northerners managed to igonore the... [read more] | $20.00

The Black Family in Slavery & Freedom, 1750-1925
Gutman, Herbert G.

Pantheon Books, New York, 1976. [xxviii] [2] – 664 pp. Pictorial endpapers; charts and tables throughout; 4 illustrations; Notes, Subject Index and Index of Names and Titles. An extensive academic... [read more] | $20.00

The Negro Immigration into Vancouver Island in 1858.
Howay, F. W., F.R.S.C.

Royal Society of Canada, 1935. Octavo. Stapled Wrappers. Fine Offprint from the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, 1935, this study was read by Howay at their gathering in May of that year. pp.... [read more] | $28.00

The Rise and Fall of a Proper Negro: An Autobiography
Lacy, Leslie Alexander

Macmillan, New York and Toronto, 1970, bce; 255 pp. Fine/VG. “Here is the brilliant, provocative autobiography of a passive, overprotected Southern Negro who was shocked into self-awareness by... [read more] | $10.00

Sowing and Reaping
Washington, Booker T.

New York & Boston: H. M. Caldwell Co., 7.5 tall. Pictorial hardcover. Very Good +. Part of this publisher's "Character and Wisdom Series", we have seen this title in two formats. Both... [read more] | $220.00