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  • Oakland Community College (212-04-26)
    This is a collection of OCC Campus responses to the first public draft of the College Academic Master Plan Committee.
  • Post, S. C.; Richards, Horatio N. (Christian Palladium, 1850-06-15)
  • Beale, E.F. (U.S. Government, 1858)
    Beale's narrative of the survey of a wagon road near the 35th parallel is full of admiration and praise of the camels. Beale named his favorite camel "Seid" (p. 34), but hardly mentioned the cameleers.
  • Beverly, Ben (Centennial Publishing Co., 1876)
    Some references and discussion of the Turkish, Tunisian, Egyptian and Algerian exhibits at the Philadelphia 1876 Fair.
  • Cohen, David Solis; Sommer, H.B. (Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger, 1876)
    A humorous account of the Centennial Exposition, with references to Arab and Muslim participants.
  • Bruce, Edward C. (Lipincott & Co., 1877)
    This history and description of the Centennial Exhibition has very brief reference to the Egyptian exhibit
  • Unknown author (New York Daily Tribune, 1877-05-24)
    Seven Algerians (also called Tunisians) escaped from a military prison in French Guiana, made their way to Wilmington, NC but were then sent to New York where a "Turkish gentleman" tried to recruit them for the Turkish ...
  • Unknown author (New York Daily Tribune, 1878-12-12)
    Eight Tunisian prisoners in jails in French Guiana escaped and arrived in New York where they were given jobs chopping wood.
  • Unknown author (American Christian Review, 1881)
  • Unknown author (Plum Street Church of Christ, 1883-05-01)
  • Unknown author (1884-12-20)
  • Bandelier, F. (Magazine of Western History, 1886)
    Credits Marcos of Nizza with the discovery of New Mexico and refers to Estevanico merely as the Negro who disobeyed orders.
  • Unknown author (1886-01)
  • Green, F. M. (Christian Sentinel, 1887)
  • The Plaindealer Co. (1889-09-20)
    Thomas M. Norwood, Detroit Exposition; National Baptist Convention; Robert H. Terrell, A.M.E. Church
  • The Plaindealer Co. (1889-09-27)
    Captain William A. Pledger, Afro-American Y.M.C.A., Cyrus G. Luce, Strawsonizer
  • The Plaindealer Co. (1889-10-04)
    USS Kearsarge; Minister Frederick Douglass; Ebenezer D. Bassett; John R. Lynch; John M. Langston
  • The Plaindealer Co. (1889-10-11)
    Republican State Convention; W.H. Ellis; Mexico Colonization; Bishop Daniel A. Payne; William E. Matthews
  • The Plaindealer Co. (1889-10-18)
    National Afro-American League; Timothy T. Fortune; William E. Matthews; Albion W. Tourgee
  • The Plaindealer Co. (1889-10-25)
    National Afro-American League; Blair Education Bill; Navassa Island Riot; Clement G. Morgan

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