New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972. First edition (unstated). Hardcover. Quarto in red DJ, ix, 80 pages, b&w illustrations ; 27 cm. Ex-library book with usual markings (paper slip to DJ spine, letters and numbers to DJ spine, crossed out stamp to top fore-edge, tape residue to front and rear board, tape residue to front free endpaper, crossed out barcode and numbers to copyright page), very mild rubbing to spine head and foot, musty glue odor, extremely gently bumped front-top corner, other 3 corners extremely gently rubbed, extremely light sunning to price-clipped DJ spine foot and DJ rear-rear edge, light tape residue to rear DJ, extremely mild rubbing to DJ corners, else Very Good in Very Good DJ. Item #88959
African Americans -- Civil rights -- Juvenile literature. || Two young black boys examine the Reconstruction and Civil Rights eras and the effect these periods have had on the lives of their people. Includes pertinent documents and photographs. || DJ protected in archival mylar sleeve.
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