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"Lift Every Voice": a Study of Afro-American Emancipation Celebrations

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1. Abrahams Roger D. Deep Down in the Jungle: Negro Narrative Folklore from the Streets of Philadelphia 1970 Chicago Aldine Publishing Co
2. Hill Errol The Trinidad Carnival: Mandate for a National Theatre 1972 Austin University of Texas Press
3. Mitchell George Blow My Blues Away 1971 Baton Rouge Louisiana State University Press
4. Quarles Benjamin "Historic Afro-American Holidays" Negro Digest 1967 14 19
5. Wiggins William H. "I Am the Greatest': The Folklore of Muhammad Ali" Black Lines 1971 Vol II 56 68
6. "Austin Wire: Juneteenth Recognized By House" The Dallas Morning News 10
7. "31st Anniversary Celebration" National Freedom Day Program 1 16
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