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A History of Blacks in Kentucky Marion Brunson Lucas

A History of Blacks in Kentucky

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  • Author: Marion Brunson Lucas
  • Published Date: 01 Sep 1992
  • Publisher: UNIV PR OF KENTUCKY
  • Language: English
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN10: 0916968235
  • Imprint: Kentucky Historical Society
  • File size: 17 Mb
  • File name: A-History-of-Blacks-in-Kentucky.pdf
  • Dimension: 171.45x 241.3x 63.5mm::1,791.69g

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