Carefully researched, finely rendered collection of ready-to-color illustrations pays tribute to 45 remarkable African Americans — among them Frederick Douglass, Thurgood Marshall, Marian Anderson, Martin Luther King, Jr., Mother Hale, Althea Gibson, Duke Ellington, Ralph Ellison, Katherine Dun... read more
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Carefully researched, finely rendered collection of ready-to-color illustrations pays tribute to 45 remarkable African Americans — among them Frederick Douglass, Thurgood Marshall, Marian Anderson, Martin Luther King, Jr., Mother Hale, Althea Gibson, Duke Ellington, Ralph Ellison, Katherine Dunham, and many others. Captions describe accomplishments.
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