Thursday, June 28, 2007

Black History Month 2003

Thursday, June 28, 2007
Many African Americans have contributed to the Literary Arts and to the Historical Record of the United States. Here are but few of them.


Baldwin, James. Blues for Mr. Charlie. PS3552.A45 B5

Baldwin, James. Go Tell it on the Mountain. PS3552.A45 G5

Baldwin, James. Just above My Head. PS3552.A45 J87 1990

Ellison, Ralph. The Invisible Man. PS3555.L625 I6

Foster, Sharon. Ain’t No River. PS3556.O7724 A74 2001

Foster, Sharon. Passing By Samaria. PS3556.O7724 P37 2000

Hughes, Langston. Simple’s Uncle Sam. PS3515. U274 S6

Hurston, Zora Neal. Folklore, Memoirs, and other Writings. GR55.H86 A3 1995

Hurston, Zora Neal. Moses, Man of the Mountain. PS3515.U789 M67

Morrison, Toni. Beloved. PS3563.O8749 B4 1987 .

Morrison, Toni. Jazz. PS3563.(8749 J38 1992

Walker, Alice. The Color Purple. PS3573.A425 C6 1992 (10th anniversary ed.)

Walker, Alice. In Love & Trouble: Stories of Black Women. PS3573.A425 I54

Walker, Alice. The Third Life of Grange Copeland. PS3573.A425 T38 2000

Wright, Richard. Uncle Tom’s Children. PS3545.R815 V6

Children’s Literature

Banks, Jacqueline Turner. Egg-drop blues. PZ7.B22593 Eg 1995

Bridges, Ruby. Through My eyes. F379.N59 N435 1999

Christie, R. Rock of Ages PS3552.O6828 R63 2001

Farmer, Nancy. A Girl Named Disaster. PZ7.F23814.Gi 1996.

Hamilton, Virginia. The House of Dies Drear. PZ7.H1828.H0 1966

Hamilton, Virginia. The Magical Adventures of Pretty Pearl. PZ7.H1828 Maj 1998

McKissack, Patricia. Run Away Home. Pz7.M478693 Ru 1997

Miller, William. Richard Wright and the Library Card. Pz7.M63915Ri 1997

Myers, Walter Dean. Fast Sam, Cool Clyde & Stuff. PZ7.M992 Fas 1966

Myers, Walter. Slam! PZ7.M992 S1 1996

Thomas, Joyce. I have Heard of a Land. PZ7.T36696 Iae 1998

Poetry & Drama

Angelou, Maya. I shall not be moved. PS3551.N464 I17 1990

Cullen, Countee. My Soul’s High Song. PS3505.U287 A6 1991.

Dove, Rita. The Darker Face of the Earth: A verse play in fourteen scenes. PS3554.O884 D68 1994

Major, Clarence, Ed. The Garden Thrives: Twentieth Century African American Poetry.
PS591.N4 G37 1996

Nelson, Marilyn. Carver: A Life in Poems. PS3573.A4795 C37 2001


Angelou, Maya. Wouldn’t Take Nothing For My Journey Now. PS3551.N464 W68 1993

Baldwin, James. Nobody Knows My Name. E185.61.B197

Leeming, David Adams. James Baldwin: A Biography. PS3552.A45 Z77 1994

Weatherby, W. James Baldwin: Artist on Fire. PS3552.A45 Z94

Dash, Leon. Rosa Lee: A Mother and her Family in Urban America. E185.86.D37 1996

Douglass, Frederick. My Bondage and My Freedom. E449.D738 1968

Foner, Philip S. Lift Every Voice. African American Oratory, 1787-1900. E185.18.L54 1998

Harris, Frederick. Something Within: Religion in African-American Political Activism. BR563.N4 H368 1999

Hughes, Langston. The Big Sea: An Autobiog raphy. PS3515.U274 Z5 1963.

Jacobs, Harriet A. Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. E444.J17 A3 1987

Kelly, Robin. To Make Our World Anew. E185.T68 2000

Hurston, Zora Neal. Dust Tracks on a Road: An autobiography. PS3515.U789 Z5 1991.

Morrison, Toni. Playing in the Dark: Witness and the literary imagination. PS173.N4 M67 1993

Taylor-Guthrie, Kathleen Danille.Conversations with Toni Morrison. PS3563.08749 Z464 1994

Weill, Susan. In a Madhouse’s Din: Civil Rights Coverage by Mississippi’s Daily Press. 1948-1968. E185.93.M6 2002

Winchell, Donna Haisty. Alice Walker. PS3573.A425 Z94 1992


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