Atlas Of African American History by James D. CimentI was really glad to find an condensed version of what I feel I should have learned in high school. I really want to give it five stars because I learned a lot and made lot of connections in my head from the bits and pieces floating around in there. However, it read like a high school text book and took me three renewals from the library to actually read the whole thing. I wish there was a more entertaining condensed version, but at least now I can go on to more meaty texts, like autobiographies with some sense of context.
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Published by McGraw-Hill Education Seller Rating:. Condition: Very Good. Light shelfwear to covers. From the Slave Trade to Modern Times.
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