W.E.B. DuBois : : biography of a race, 1868-1919

Title W.E.B. DuBois : : biography of a race, 1868-1919
Names Lewis, David L.
Book Number BR009885
Title Status Active
Medium Braille
Annotation Scholar, activist, pan-Africanist, W.E.B. Du Bois was a founder of the NAACP and the first black American to receive a doctorate from Harvard. He died an expatriate in Ghana at ninety-five. In this biography, based partly on newly available personal papers, Lewis analyzes the first fifty years of Du Bois's life with the backdrop of race relations and the racial ideologies and conflicts of the period. Pulitzer Prize.
Local Subject Adult Non-Fiction - AN
History, United States - HUS
History - HST
Adult Book - AD
Long Book - LO
Biography - Black concern - BLKB
Black Interest - BLK
Biography & Autobiography - BIO
Biography - Political, U.S - BIPU
Biography - Politicians - BIP
Award-Winning Adult Books - AWA
General Non-Fiction - GNF
Biography - Historical - BIH
History, U.S. - 19th Century - HUN
Audience Notes Award winner.
LC Subject African Americans - Biography
African Americans - Civil rights
African Americans - History - 1877-1964
Civil rights movements - United States - History
Call Number 973.04960730092 B ANF
Language English
Released 1993
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, 1993 (Associated Services for the Blind, transcribing agency. Associated Services for the Blind, distributor)
Original Publication Transcription of: 1st ed. New York : H. Holt, 1993.
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