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  • The colored American from slavery to honorable citizenship [microform] / by J.W. Gibson and W.H. Crogman.

    • Text
    • Atlanta : J. L. Nichols, 1902.
    • 1902
    • 3 items

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    Use in libraryRequestSc 973-G (Gibson, J. Colored American from slavery to honorable citizenship)Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
    Use in libraryAvailableSc Micro F-12828, no. 104Schomburg Center - Research & Reference - Desk
    Use in libraryAvailableSc Micro R-4111Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
  • Progress of a race, or The remarkable advancement of the American Negro, from the bondage of slavery, ignorance, and poverty to the freedom of citizenship, intelligence, affluence, honor and trust [microform]. Revised and enlarged by J. L. Nichols, A. B., and William H. Crogman ... with special articles by well known authorities, Mrs. Booker T. Washington, Charles M. Melden ... M. W. Dogan ... Albon L. Holsey ... and an introduction by Robert R. Moton ...

    • Text
    • Naperville, Ill., J. L. Nichols & company [1929]
    • 1929
    • 2 items
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    Use in libraryRequestSc 973-G (Gibson, J. Progress of a race. 1929)Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
    Use in libraryAvailableSc Micro F-12828, no. 228Schomburg Center - Research & Reference - Desk
  • Progress of a race [microform]; or, The remarkable advancement of the colored American. From the bondage of slavery, ignorance and poverty to the freedom of citizenship, intelligence, affluence, honor and trust. Rev. and enl. by J. W. Gibson and W. H. Crogman...Special features: National Negro business league, and introduction, by Booker T. Washington...Club movement among Negro woman, by Fannie Barrier Williams.

    • Text
    • Napierville, Ill., J. L. Nichols & company [1912]
    • 1912
    • 2 items
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestSc 973-G (Gibson, J. Progress of a race. 1912)Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
    Use in libraryAvailableSc Micro F-12828, no. 225Schomburg Center - Research & Reference - Desk
  • Progress of a race [microform]; or, The remarkable advancement of the American Negro, from the bondage of slavery, ignorance, and poverty to the freedom of citizenship, intelligence, affluence, honor and trust. Rev. and enl. by J.L. Nichols, and William H. Crogman. With special articles by well known authorities, Mrs. Booker T. Washington, Charles M. Melden, M.W. Dogan, Albon L. Holsey, and an introduction by Robert R. Moton.

    • Text
    • Naperville, Ill., J. L. Nichols & Co. [c1920]
    • 1920
    • 2 items

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    Use in libraryRequestIEC (Gibson, J. W. Progress of a race)Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Room 121
    Use in libraryAvailableSc Micro F-12828, no. 226Schomburg Center - Research & Reference - Desk
  • Golden thoughts on chastity and procreation : including heredity, prenatial influences, etc., etc. Sensible hints and wholesome advice for maiden and young man, wife and husband, mother and father, by Prof. and Mrs. J.W. Gibson assisted by W.J. Truitt...with an introduction by Henry R. Butler.

    • Text
    • Washington, D.C. : Austin Jenkins Co., [1914]
    • 1914
    • 2 items

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    Use in libraryAvailableSc 392-G (Gibson, J. W. Golden thoughts on chastity and procreation)Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
    Use in libraryRequestSc D 98-181Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
  • Progress of a race, or, The remarkable advancement of the American Negro from the bondage of slavery, ignorance and poverty to the freedom of citizenship, intelligence, affluence, honor and trust / by J. W. Gibson and W. H. Crogman.

    • Text
    • Atlanta, Ga. : J.L. Nichols, [c1902]
    • 1902
    • 1 item

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    Use in libraryRequestSc 973-G (Gibson, J. Progress of a race. 1902)Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
  • Progress of a race / J.L. Nichols [and] William H. Crogman.

    • Text
    • New York : Arno Press : New York Times, 1969.
    • 1969-1920
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryRequestSc D 94-398Schomburg Center - Research & Reference
  • A junior history of the United States, by J.W. Gibson.

    • Text
    • Chicago, A. Flanagan company [c1907]
    • 1907
    • 1 item
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    Request in advanceRequestIAF (Gibson, J. W. Junior history of the United States)Offsite
  • A junior history of the United States,

    • Text
    • Chicago, A. Flanagan company 1910.
    • 1910
    • 1 item
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    Request in advanceRequestIAF (Gibson, J. W. Junior history of the United States)Offsite
  • A chart history of the civil war, 1861-1865 : with numerous shaded maps showing the progress of the Union armies in different campaigns ... for the use of schools / by J.W. Gibson.

    • Text
    • Chicago : A. Flanagan, c1893.
    • 1893
    • 1 item
    AccessStatusCall NumberLocation
    Use in libraryAvailableIKC (Gibson, J. W. Chart history of the civil war)Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Room 121
  • Golden thoughts on chastity and procreation [microform] : including heredity, prenatial influences, etc., etc., / by Prof. and Mrs. J.W. Gibson assisted by W.J. Truitt...with an introduction by Henry R. Butler.

    • Text
    • Washington, D.C. : Austin Jenkins co., [1914]
    • 1914
  • The colored American from slavery to honorable citizenship [microform] / by Prof. J.W. Gibson and Prof. W.H. Crogman. Special features, National negro business league and introduction by Prof. Booker T. Washington. Club movement among negro women by Fannie Barrier Williams.

    • Text
    • Atlanta, Ga. : J.L. Nichols & Co., 1902.
    • 1970-1902

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