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Exodusters: Black migration to Kansas after Reconstruction    (Signed) by  Nell Irvin Painter - Signed First Edition - 1977 - from abookshop and

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Exodusters: Black migration to Kansas after Reconstruction (Signed)

by Painter, Nell Irvin

Condition: Very Good ++/Very Good ++

NY: Knopf, 1977. Bound in Black cloth and boards, stamped in silver. The first edition of this 288 pp. book on Black Migration. Warmly inscribed and signed and dated by the author to Ruby C. Boyd (whose bookplate is on the ffep.). TIght, clean copy. . Inscribed and Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good ++/Very Good ++.


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