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Life and public services of Martin R. Delany : sub-assistant commissioner Bureau relief of refugees, freedmen, and of abandoned lands, and late Major 104th U.S. colored troops

Title
Life and public services of Martin R. Delany : sub-assistant commissioner Bureau relief of refugees, freedmen, and of abandoned lands, and late Major 104th U.S. colored troops / by Frank A. Rollin.
Author
Rollin, Frank A.
Publication
Boston : Lee and Shepard, 1883.

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TextRestricted use Sc Rare B-Delany (Whipper, F. A. R. Life...of Martin R. Delany)Schomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives
TextRestricted use Sc Rare B-Delany (Whipper, F. A. R. ...Martin R. Delany)Schomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives
TextRestricted use Sc B-Delany (Whipper. Martin R. Delaney)Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
TextUse in library AN (Delany) (Rollin, F. Life and public services of Martin R. Delany, 1883)Schwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315

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Additional Authors
Lee and Shepard, publisher.
Description
367, [1] pages; 20 cm
Donor/Sponsor
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Biographies.
  • Antislavery literature.
Note
  • Last page blank.
Indexed In (note)
  • Library Company of Philadelphia. Afro-Americana, 1553-1906 (2nd ed.),
Additional Formats (note)
  • Available as part of The Digital Schomburg, a project providing electronic access to collections on the African Diaspora and Africa from The New York Public Library.
Source (note)
  • from Arthur A. Schomburg;
Biography (note)
  • Martin Robinson Delany was black nationalist, political activist, physician, journalist, author, and military officer. He was born May 6, 1812 in Charles Town, West Virginia; he died January 24, 1885, in Ohio.
Provenance (note)
  • is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926.
Call Number
AN (Delany)(Rollin, F. Life and public services of Martin R. Delany, 1883)
LCCN
70021560
OCLC
  • 7367479
  • 7367479
Author
Rollin, Frank A., author.
Title
Life and public services of Martin R. Delany : sub-assistant commissioner Bureau relief of refugees, freedmen, and of abandoned lands, and late Major 104th U.S. colored troops / by Frank A. Rollin.
Publisher
Boston : Lee and Shepard, 1883.
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Biography
Martin Robinson Delany was black nationalist, political activist, physician, journalist, author, and military officer. He was born May 6, 1812 in Charles Town, West Virginia; he died January 24, 1885, in Ohio.
Indexed In:
Library Company of Philadelphia. Afro-Americana, 1553-1906 (2nd ed.), suppl. 1867
Additional Formats
Available as part of The Digital Schomburg, a project providing electronic access to collections on the African Diaspora and Africa from The New York Public Library.
Provenance
Copy in Sc B-Delany (copy 2) (accession no. B593654) is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926.
Source
Purchase; from Arthur A. Schomburg; 1926. Copy in Sc B-Delany (Whipper. Martin R. Delaney) (copy 2), Schomburg Center, Manuscripts, Archives & Rare Books.
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Full text available via HathiTrust (University of California copy)
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Added Author
Lee and Shepard, publisher.
Schomburg, Arthur Alfonso, 1874-1938, former owner.
Added Title
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Research Call Number
AN (Delany)(Rollin, F. Life and public services of Martin R. Delany, 1883)
Sc Rare B-Delany (Whipper, F.A.R.. Life and public services of Martin R. Delaney)
Sc B-Delany (Whipper. Martin R. Delaney)
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