From southern wrongs to civil rights : the memoir of a white civil rights activist Sara Mitchell Parsons ; with a foreword by David J. Garrow.

Share:
From southern wrongs to civil rights : the memoir of a white civil rights activist Sara Mitchell Parsons ; with a foreword by David J. Garrow.



Download now From southern wrongs to civil rights : the memoir of a white civil rights activist Sara Mitchell Parsons ; with a foreword by David J. Garrow. Sara Mitchell Parsons ; with a foreword by David J. Garrow.:





DMCA notice

Choose file format to download:



From southern wrongs to civil rights : the memoir of a white civil rights activist Sara Mitchell Parsons ; with a foreword by David J. Garrow.


For copyright's owner (DMCA)
This page contains information about the book, but not the book itself.
There is also no reference to the book, books's content or download it.
This page is a database recording ISBN numbers and titles of books or magazines.
However, publications or references to them is not here.
All rights are reserved by their respective owners.
For any questions please email to info@booktoday.ru
Book's title: From southern wrongs to civil rights : the memoir of a white civil rights activist Sara Mitchell Parsons ; with a foreword by David J. Garrow.
Library of Congress Control Number: 00008214
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):0817310266 (alk. paper)
Cataloging Source:DLC, DLC DLC
Geographic Area Code:n-us
-
Library of Congress Call Number:F294.A853 P37 2000
Dewey Decimal Classification Number:323/.092 B$221
Personal Name:Parsons, Sara Mitchell, 1912-
Publication, Distribution, etc.:Tuscaloosa . University of Alabama Press, (c)2000.
Physical Description:xxv, 184 p. ;, 24 cm.
Bibliography, etc. Note:Includes bibliographical references (p. xvi-xxi) and index.
Personal Name:Parsons, Sara Mitchell, 1912-
Geographic Name:Atlanta (Ga.)$vBiography.
Geographic Name:Atlanta (Ga.)$xRace relations.
Geographic Name:Atlanta (Ga.)$xPolitics and government$y20th century.
Rubrics: Women civil rights workers
Georgia
Atlanta
Biography
Civil rights workers
Women, White
African Americans
Civil rights
History$y20th century

Download now From southern wrongs to civil rights : the memoir of a white civil rights activist Sara Mitchell Parsons ; with a foreword by David J. Garrow.:





Click here to see similar releases:
1
AGAAA! : Australian government acronyms and abbreviations compiled by Michael Harrington.
ISBN: 0644253924
Author: Harrington, Michael, 1950-
Publication & Distribution: Canberra . Australian Government Publishing Service, (c)1993.
2
Ehen in Worpswede : Paula Modersohn-Becker, Otto Modersohn : Clara Rilke-Westhoff, Rainer Maria Rilke herausgegeben von Hannelore Schlaffer.
ISBN: 3775705066
Publication & Distribution: Stuttgart . Hatje, (c)1994.
Author: Modersohn-Becker, Paula, 1876-1907$xCorrespondence.
Author: Modersohn, Otto, 1865-1943$xCorrespondence.
Author: Rilke, Rainer Maria, 1875-1926$xCorrespondence.
Author: Rilke, Clara$xCorrespondence.
Author: Modersohn-Becker, Paula, 1876-1907.
Author: Modersohn, Otto, 1865-1943.
Author: Rilke, Rainer Maria, 1875-1926.
Author: Rilke, Clara.
Author: Schlaffer, Hannelore.
3
L'Amour au théâtre italien Sacheverell Sitwell.
ISBN: 0903591200 (sd)
Author: Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1897-1988.
Publication & Distribution: [Badley] ([c/o M. Battison, 'Pennywick', Badley, Daventry, Northants.]) . [The author], (c)[1975]
4
A history of religion and visual media in the United States : the lure of images David Morgan.
ISBN: 0415409144 (hardback : alk. paper)
ISBN: 0415409152 (pbk. : alk. paper)
ISBN: 9780415409148 (hardback : alk. paper)
ISBN: 9780415409155 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Author: Morgan, David.
Publication & Distribution: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ;$aNew York . Routledge, (c)2007.
5
The surplus woman : unmarried in Imperial Germany, 1871-1918 Catherine L. Dollard.
ISBN: 9781845454807 (alk. paper)
ISBN: 1845454804 (alk. paper)
Author: Dollard, Catherine Leota.
Publication & Distribution: New York . Berghahn Books, (c)2009.

Please leave the review about "From southern wrongs to civil rights : the memoir of a white civil rights activist Sara Mitchell Parsons ; with a foreword by David J. Garrow." book below: