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American beginnings

Author: W J Rorabaugh; Seymour Cohen; David L Lewis; Hollis Ralph Lynch; Joseph E Harris
Publisher: Research Triangle Park, N.C. : National Humanities Center, 1986.
Series: Soundings (Radio program), 1986, Feb. 2, Feb. 9.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : English
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Program [Feb. 2] (29 min.): Rorabaugh discusses his study of apprenticeship in America, an element prominent in U.S. social history between the Revolution and Civil War. Cohen discusses his forthcoming book on Thomas Cooper, one of the founders of modern scientific inquiry in the U.S. Program [Feb. 9] (29 min.): Lewis views European colonialism from an African perspective in his book "The Race to Fashoda." Harris  Read more...
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Named Person: Wayne Johnston Pond
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: W J Rorabaugh; Seymour Cohen; David L Lewis; Hollis Ralph Lynch; Joseph E Harris
OCLC Number: 27158152
Notes: Titles from data sheets.
Performer(s): Moderator: Wayne Pond.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Series Title: Soundings (Radio program), 1986, Feb. 2, Feb. 9.
Other Titles: Afro-American history, part one
Responsibility: William Rorabaugh ; Seymour Cohen. Afro-American history, part one / David Levering Lewis ; Hollis Lynch ; Joseph Harris.

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Program [Feb. 2] (29 min.): Rorabaugh discusses his study of apprenticeship in America, an element prominent in U.S. social history between the Revolution and Civil War. Cohen discusses his forthcoming book on Thomas Cooper, one of the founders of modern scientific inquiry in the U.S. Program [Feb. 9] (29 min.): Lewis views European colonialism from an African perspective in his book "The Race to Fashoda." Harris investigates the relationship linking Ethiopia to Afro-Americans in his study entitled "The Afro-American/Ethiopian connenction."

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