African American Writes: Writings regarding African Americans from the Marquette University Special Collections

Last updated April 1, 2020

Baker, T. Lindsay. Holy Rosary School and Church, 1887-1913: A Pioneer Catholic Effort Among African American Texans, Annual Meeting of the Texas Catholic Historical Society, 1993

Baker, T. Lindsay. “Holy Rosary School and Church, 1887-1914: A Pioneer Catholic Effort Among African American Texans,” Journal of Texas Catholic History and Culture, 6(1995):18-34

Davis, Cyprian. The History of Black Catholics in the United States, BX1407.N4 D38 1990, BX1407.N4 D38 1996

Engh, Michael E. Masters dissertation pertaining to Katharine Drexel, Gonzaga University, date unknown

Glazier, Jack. Anthropology and Radical Humanism: Native and African American Narratives and the Myth of Race, 2020

Krebsbach, Suzanne. “Black Catholics in Reconstruction Charleston,” The South Carolina Historical Magazine, unknown

Radin, Paul. Primitive Literature, 1945

Radin, Paul. Primitive Man as Philosopher, BF 731 .R3 1957

Radin, Paul. God Struck Me Dead: Voices of Ex-slaves, BV4930 .G59 1993, Clifton H. Johnson, editor

Sibbel, Megan Stout. Loyola University of Chicago, Reaping the "Colored Harvest": The Catholic Mission in the American South, 2013. Dissertations. 547. https://ecommons.luc.edu/luc_diss/547

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