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Near Fine. 8vo. xi, 305 pages, b/w illustrations, four maps, index. Prev owner's name and number in black marker on the inside front cover. Paperback. A study of racial urban violence. The race riot left 38 dead, 537 wounded and hundreds homeless in Chicago during the summer of 1919. In the series Blacks in the New World.
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Very Good. 0252065867. 305 pages, illustrations, maps, wrappers, very good. From Publishers Weekly: "A vividly written account and interpretation of the tragic race riot which left 38 dead, 537 wounded and hundreds homeless in Chicago during the summer of 1919. A fine study with surprising appeal for the lay reader."
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