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Afro-Americans in New Jersey
Afro-Americans in New Jersey: a short history. Giles R. Wright; Trenton, NJ, New Jersey Historical Commission, 1989.
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Navigating the report, Part One:
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- Cover and front material.
- Introduction. (pages 13-18)
- Colonial Period to 1790. (pages 18-24)
- 1790 to 1870, first part. (pages 25-35)
- 1790 to 1870, second part.(pages 36-45)
- 1870 to 1910. (pages 45-54)
- 1910 to 1940. (pages 54-68)
- 1940 to 1980s. (pages 68-78)
- Appendixes 1-3. (pages 79-87)
- Appendix 4. (pages 88-98)
- Suggested Readings. (pages 99-100)
Navigating the report, Part Two:
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