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Carter G. Woodson Archives
Carter G. Woodson • 22 Items / 13 Books, 9 Reviews
Negro Orators and Their Orations (1925)
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    In Brief Review (Review)
    Negro Orators and Their Orations, by Carter Godwin Woodson
    1. Negro Orators and Their Orations by Carter Godwin Woodson
    The Bookman, April 1926, p. 239
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    Negro Eloquence (Review)
    Negro Orators and Their Orations, by Carter Godwin Woodson
    1. Negro Orators and Their Orations by Carter Godwin Woodson
    The Nation, August 4, 1926, p. 110
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    The New Books (2 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. How Advertisements Are Built by Gilbert P. Farrar
    2. Negro Orators and Their Orations by Carter Godwin Woodson
    The Saturday Review, January 9, 1926, p. 484
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    Check List of New Books (5 Reviews)
    Public Affairs
    1. Famous American Jury Speeches by Frederick C. Hicks
    2. Negro Orators and Their Orations by Carter Godwin Woodson
    3. The Religion of Undergraduates by Cyril Harris
    4. Human Conduct and the Law by Mary C. Love
    5. Basic Principles of Scientific Socialism by A.S. Sachs
    The American Mercury, January 1926
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    Notes on New Books (9 Reviews)
    A Short History of the American People, by Robert Granville Caldwell
    1. A Short History of the American People by Robert Granville Caldwell
    2. Negro Orators and Their Orations by Carter Godwin Woodson
    3. The New Round Table by William Byron Forbush
    4. Starshine and Candlelight by Mary Angelita
    5. The Fruits of Mormonism by Franklin S. Harris and Newbern I. Butt
    6. The Religion of Undergraduates by Cyril Harris
    7. Youth and the East by Edmund Candler
    8. The Earl Bishop by William S. Childe-Pemberton
    9. Little Snow White, and Other Stories in Rhyme by Ferdinand Gregorovius
    The Outlook, March 24, 1926, p. 465