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Southern poltergeist ; African-Americans. Part one

Author: Dan T Carter; Franklin Knight; Wayne Johnston Pond; John Hope Franklin; National Humanities Center (U.S.)
Publisher: Research Triangle Park, N.C. : National Humanities Center, 1991.
Series: Soundings, 539-540.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : English
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On side A. Dan Carter discusses his biography of Governor George Wallace of Alabama, whom he calls "the poltergeist and weathervane" of politics in the modern American South.

On side B. Franklin Knight discusses the origins of African-American culture in the New World. John Hope Franklin discusses his latest book, Race and history (Louisiana State University Press).

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Named Person: George C Wallace
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Dan T Carter; Franklin Knight; Wayne Johnston Pond; John Hope Franklin; National Humanities Center (U.S.)
OCLC Number: 27941665
Notes: Titles from fact sheet.
Titles spoken on recording: The life and political times of Governor George Wallace of Alabama ; African-American culture : from its origins at the time of the Columbian voyages up to the modern world.
Includes fact sheet ([1] p.).
Performer(s): Guests: Dan Carter (side A) ; Franklin Knight and John Hope Franklin (side B) ; Moderator: Wayne Pond.
Description: 1 sound disc (57 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in. + 1 fact sheet (28 cm.)
Series Title: Soundings, 539-540.
Other Titles: African-Americans
Life and political times of Governor George Wallace of Alabama
African-American culture

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On side A. Dan Carter discusses his biography of Governor George Wallace of Alabama, whom he calls "the poltergeist and weathervane" of politics in the modern American South.

On side B. Franklin Knight discusses the origins of African-American culture in the New World. John Hope Franklin discusses his latest book, Race and history (Louisiana State University Press).

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