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"TODAY THE FLAGS OF FOREIGN SHIPS ARE IN THE CHICAGO HARBOR, AND IT WAS ALL STARTED BY A FRENCH SPEAKING NEGRO, DUSABLE"

FELDMAN, Eugene. A French Negro—Chicago's First Settler. Chicago, circa 1960.

First edition of this promotional pamphlet about Chicago's first settler, Haitian emigre Jean DuSable. $250.

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"THE SO CALLED 'DARK CONTINENT' HAD UNIVERSITIES, LARGE CITIES WITH BROAD STREETS… MANY SCHOLARS, PREJUDICED WITH THE BLINDING PREJUDICE OF COLOR, REFUSE TO ADMIT THIS"

FELDMAN, Eugene. Bulletin of African History. Fall 1961. Chicago, 1961.

First edition of this 1960s activist bulletin about distinguished figures in Black history. $250.

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"AFRICA'S PRESENT IS CHANGING… THE KNOWLEDGE OF AFRICA'S PAST HAS ALSO CHANGED"

FELDMAN, Eugene, editor and WESLEY, Charles H. African Kingdoms of the Middle Ages. IN: Bulletin of African History. Chicago, circa 1961.

First edition of this special issue of a 1960s activist bulletin focusing on African history during the medieval era. $200.

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