Black Journals of the United States

Hardcover | August 1, 1982

byWalter C. Daniel

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"Well written and offering solid historical content, Black Journals . . . discusses popular magazines as well as little-known or short-lived scholarly journals. . . . Highly recommended for academic, community college, high school, and public libraries." Choice

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"Well written and offering solid historical content, Black Journals . . . discusses popular magazines as well as little-known or short-lived scholarly journals. . . . Highly recommended for academic, community college, high school, and public libraries." Choice

Format:HardcoverDimensions:432 pages, 5.98 × 9.01 × 1.12 inPublished:August 1, 1982Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313207046

ISBN - 13:9780313207044

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?Daniel, with the aid of several contributors, has done an outstanding job of producing a reference work that can be considered a prototype. Well written and offering solid historical content, Black Journals . . . discusses popular magazines as well as little-known or short-lived scholarly journals. Approximately 100 publications are reviewed, with the author providing a descriptive overview of the focus and format of each work, as well as the historical background that preceded its creation. Moreover, reference notes and documentation are included along with a bibliography of information sources for each work discussed. A publication history, current circulation figures and place of publicaton, and a chronological listing of editors round out the bibliographic data for each journal. . . . Highly recommended for academic, community college, high school, and public libraries. Essential for special collections dealing with black history and culture.?-Choice