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Southland

Author : Nina Revoyr
ISBN : 9781936070480
Genre : Fiction
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Southland

Author : Nina Revoyr
ISBN : 1888451416
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Jackie Ishida, a young Japanese American woman living in Los Angeles, learns of the deaths of four young men in her grandfather's store during the 1965 Watts riot, and sets out to discover the truth about their deaths, along the way uncovering some long-b

Southland

Author : Nina Revoyr
ISBN : 1888451416
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Jackie Ishida, a young Japanese American woman living in Los Angeles, learns of the deaths of four young men in her grandfather's store during the 1965 Watts riot, and sets out to discover the truth about their deaths, along the way uncovering some long-b

Southland New Zealand

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ISBN : OCLC:154159741
Genre : Southland (N.Z.)
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From The Southland

Author : Harry Thacker Burleigh
ISBN : UOM:39015048244381
Genre : Music
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From the Southland is the only work for solo piano by African-American composer Harry T. Burleigh. "On Bended Knees" was included in the historic 1912 Clef Club concert of black music at Carnegie Hall. Contents: Through Moanin' Pines * The Frolic * In de Col' Moonlight * A Jubilee * On Bended Knees * A New Hiding-Place.

Plein Air Painters Of California

Author : Ruth Lilly Westphal
ISBN : UOM:39015025391361
Genre : Art
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A History Of Southland College

Author : Thomas Kennedy
ISBN : 1610750012
Genre : Education
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In 1864 Alida and Calvin Clark, two abolitionist members of the Religious Society of Friends from Indiana, went on a mission trip to Helena, Arkansas. The Clarks had come to render temporary relief to displaced war orphans but instead found a lifelong calling. During their time in Arkansas, they started the school that became Southland College, which was the first institution of higher education for blacks west of the Mississippi, and they set up the first predominately black monthly meeting of the Religious Society of Friends in North America. Their progressive racial vision was continued by a succession of midwestern Quakers willing to endure the primitive conditions and social isolation of their work and to overcome the persistent challenges of economic adversity, social strife, and natural disaster. Southland’s survival through six difficult and sometimes dangerous decades reflects both the continuing missionary zeal of the Clarks and their successors as well as the dedication of the black Arkansans who sought dignity and hope at a time when these were rare commodities for African Americans in Arkansas.

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