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Make a Way Somehow, African-American Life in a Northern Community, 1790-1965


This work reconstructs, from their own writings, the lives of African Americans in the small community of Geneva, New York, from its beginning in 1790 to the time of the civil rights movement. The author outlines the local system of race relations from the city's social and economic standpoint.