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1 White, Reverend C.C. and Holland, Ada Morehead No Quittin' Sense
Austin, TX University of Texas Press 1969 0292700024 / 9780292700024 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- Photos 
xii, 216 pp, grey cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on spine, dj sepia w/orange lettering in black rectangle on spine, w/sepia colored front & back panels. The story of Charlie White, who was born in the Piney Woods country of East Texas. The book records the transition of the children of Freedmen from poverty & neglect through the long decades until the Civil Rights movement of modern times. This portrays the remarkable Reverend White & the issues -poverty and those caught in its grip, integration, civil rights, child welfare - that changed his life. "There is no better book on the life of the rural black in late 19th and early 20th century Texas." Basic Texas Books 217A. dj price-clipped, ffep price-clipped, slight rubbing to dj corners. 
Price: 31.45 USD
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2 White, Reverend C.C. and Holland, Ada Morehead No Quittin' Sense
Austin, TX University of Texas Press 1969 0292700024 / 9780292700024 Hard Cover Good+ Very Good Photos 
xiv, 216 pp, grey cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on spine, dj sepia w/orange lettering in black rectangle on spine, w/sepia colored front & back panels. The story of Charlie White, who was born in the Piney Woods country of East Texas. The book records the transition of the children of Freedmen from poverty & neglect through the long decades until the Civil Rights movement of modern times. This portrays the remarkable Reverend White & the issues -poverty and those caught in its grip, integration, civil rights, child welfare - that changed his life. "There is no better book on the life of the rural black in late 19th and early 20th century Texas." Basic Texas Books 217A. dj price-clipped, ffep small x mark, small stain on the fore edge, slight waviness on the bottom edge. 
Price: 19.51 USD
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