Black History Month – Day 27: John Hope Franklin

Franklin - Day 27

Selected Books

Tributes to John Hope Franklin: Scholar, Mentor, Father, Friend

ed. Beverly Jarrett

Call No.: eBook

The African American Roots of Modernism: From Reconstruction to the Harlem Renaissance*

by James Smethurst

Call No.: PS153.N5 S555 2011 (Main Stacks)

Racial Equality in America

by John Hope Franklin

Call No.: E185 .F72 (Archives)

The Militant South, 1800-1861

by John Hope Franklin

Call No.: F213 .F75 (Main Stacks)

The Black Arts Movement: Literary Nationalism in the 1960s And 1970s*

by James Edward Smethurst Call No.: PS153.N5 S56 2005 (Main Stacks)

Reconstruction: After the Civil War

by John Hope FranklinCall No.: E668 .F7 1961  (Main Stacks, Archives)

Black leaders of the twentieth century

Ed. John Hope Franklin and August Meier

Call No.: E185.96 .B536 1982 (Archives)

First Person Singular: John Hope Franklin

by Dick Young Productions Ltd. for Lives and Legacies Films, Inc

Call No.: E175.5.F73 F47 1997 (Media Center-VCR)

Oral History Interview with John Hope Franklin, July 27, 1990: Interview A-0339, Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

Call No.: Electronic Resource

Biography Source

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