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101 Weaver, Michael (Afaa). WATER SONG.
Charlottesville, VA 1985 
73pp. First ed. Out of print. Wrps, fine w/UVA labels. Issued by Callaloo Journal, Lexington, KY. Distribution absorbed by UVA Press whose labels are pasted over data about origin. (3757376220)
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102 Weeden, Howard BANDANNA BALLADS INCLUDING "SHADOWS ON THE WALL". INTRODUCTION BY JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
New York 1901 
xvi,91pp. First ptd 1899. Inner front jt mended. The lower quarter of front cover spotted. This ed on line to one twenty five. (5884692378)
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103 Weeden, Howard BANDANNA BALLADS: INCLUDING "SHADOWS ON THE WALL".
NY 1899 
xvi,90pp. Front cover gilt bright, bkstrp a bit dull but legible. Frt jt strengthened. Ex-lib (private). Miss Weeden's respectful representation of the rural southern Negro has never been exceeded in either the accuracy or the poignancy. One wonders if her verses were prepared & she looked for subjects or vice versa. The intro. by Joel Chandler Harris appears to damn progress for obvious reasons. Art. Five copies online above two hundred. (5587771875)
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104 Welsch, Erwin K. THE NEGRO IN THE UNITED STATES
Bloomington, IN (1971) 
142pp. Fifth ptg. Vg in paper covers, last three leaves and rear cover dog-eared. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by author. No SIGNED copy on line (9/14). (5999119944)
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105 Westwood, Howard C. GETTING JUSTICE FOR THE FREEDMAN as off printed from HOWARD LAW JOURNAL
Washington, DC 1971 
(497)-531pp. Paper covers. First sep ed. Vg. Legal aid, Freeman's Bureau, red tape and more. No copies of this off-print found per OCLC (11/13). (5916761250)
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106 Williams & Walker WHY DON'T YOU GET A LADY OF YOUR OWN - THE SWELL COON LAUGHING SUCCESS
NY 1898 13 x 10 1/2" 
4pp. Sheet music removed. Cover has photo likenesses of the Afro-American authors. Billed in Vaudeville and on this cover as "Two Real Coons", the Afro-American duo flourished from 1896 until death closed their careers. Stereotype cover art monogrammed "CJE"? Nice margins. Not located per OCLC. (5507518713)
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107 Willig, George pub THE MUCH ADMIRED & POPULAR SONG OF MISS LUCY LONG

Philadelphia (Willig) and Richmond (Smith, Drinker & Morris). c.1840. 2 p. Sheet music removed. Usual foxing. Stereotype words. Small internal tear not affecting words. OCLC locates only one copy w/ the Richmond co-op imprint (10/14). (6012158046)
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108 Wilson, Henry TERRITORIAL SLAVE CODE SPEECH OF HON. HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. DELIVERED IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, JANUARY 25, 1860
Washington, DC 1860 
16pp. Untrimmed. Unopened. Damped. (5757672111) 
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