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A treasury of African American Christmas stories, compiled and edited by Bettye Collier-Thomas

Label
A treasury of African American Christmas stories, compiled and edited by Bettye Collier-Thomas
Language
eng
Index
no index present
Literary Form
fiction
Main title
A treasury of African American Christmas stories
Oclc number
1020311918
Responsibility statement
compiled and edited by Bettye Collier-Thomas
Summary
"A collection of Christmas stories written by African-American journalists, activists, and writers from the late 19th century through the Depression era"--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
The sermon in the cradle (W. E. B. Du Bois) A carol of color (Mary Jenness) The Christmas reunion down at Martinsville (Augustus M. Hodges) The children's Christmas (Alice Moore Dunbar) Christmas Eve story (Fanny Jackson Coppin) Mollie's best Christmas gift (Mary E. Lee) A Christmas story (Carrie Jane Thomas) Fannie May's Christmas (Katherine Davis Tillman) Elsie's Christmas (Salem Tutt Whitney) General Washington: a Christmas story (Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins) The autobiography of a dollar bill (Lelia Plummer) Mirama's Christmas test (Timothy Thomas Fortune) A Christmas party that prevented a split in the church (Margaret Black) Three men and a woman (Augustus M. Hodges) It came to pass: a Christmas story (Bruce L. Reynolds) A Christmas Journey (Louis Lorenzo Redding) Uncle U.S. Santa Claus (James Conway Jackson) The devil spends Christmas Eve in Dixie (Andrew Dobson) One Christmas Eve (Langston Hughes) Santa Claus is a white man (John Henrik Clarke) Merry Christmas Eve (Adele Hamlin) White Christmas (Valena Minor Williams)
Target audience
adult
Classification
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