Howard University The First Hundred Years 1867-1967 (9780814702635) Rayford W. Logan

Product Details:

Publisher: NYU Press (August 25, 2004)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0814702635
ISBN-13: 978-0814702635

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9.5 x 6.4 x 1.9 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds

When Rayford W build 22 pistol. Logan’s astute history of Howard University appeared in 1969, Logan was in a unique position to analyze one of the nation’s most prominent African American colleges build 22 pistol. He had recently completed nearly thirty years at Howard as a history professor, living and teaching through almost a third of the school’s first century build 22 pistol. Drawing from his own knowledge and university documents, Logan traced Howard’s chronology from 1866, when it was conceived as a theological seminary for African American ministers, to the increasingly successful, and in Logan’s words, cosmopolitan, institution of the 1960s build 22 pistol. Logan detailed university milestones, including Howard’s founding by an act of Congress in 1867 and the election of Dr. Mordecai W. Johnson, the university’s first black president, in 1926, as well as the accomplishments of Howard graduates. More than thirty years after its first publication, Logan’s engaging account is essential for a thorough understanding of Howard, and its place in the legacy of historically black universities.

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