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"We seek what we find - we see what we look for": Looking for literary production in Washington, D.C., 1921--1928
Capital constructions: Race and the reimagining of Washington, D.C.'s local history in the twentieth century
A tradition of struggle: Preserving sites of significance to African American history in Prince George's County, Maryland, 1969--2007
Thinking, scripting, and performing: Constructing and playing the racial synecdoche in the antebellum North
"An unpleasant wartime function": Race, film censorship, and the office of war information, 1942--1945
Race, nativism, and the making of class in antebellum city-mysteries
By custom and by law: Black folklore and racial representation at the birth of Jim Crow
Raising black dreams: Representations of six generations of a family's local racial-activist traditions
"There slavery cannot dwell": Agriculture and labor in northern Maryland, 1790--1860
Making modern homes: A history of Langston Terrace Dwellings, a New Deal housing program in Washington, D.C.
From homeboy to American icon: Image transformation of Malcolm X, 1965-1999
Countering the Master Narrative: The Development of the Alternative Black Curriculum in Social Studies, 1890--1940
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