New Books Now in the Balch Ethnic Studies Collection

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New Books Now in the Balch Ethnic Studies Collection

2013-08-08 14:02

A new group of ethnic history books were recently added to our library! Below is a sampling of some of the titles that are now available. You can find more information on each by clicking the links that will take you to these entries in our online catalog Discover.

The Ulster Port Books: 1612-15

REF HE 557 .I73 U47 2012

Scots-Irish Links: 1575-1725 by David Dobson

REF CS 432 .S3 D6 pts. 6 & 9

Scots-Dutch Links in Europe and America: 1575-1825 by David Dobson

REF CS 826 .S36 D63 vols. 1-2

Scots-French Links in Europe and America: 1550-1850 by David Dobson

REF CS 464 D627 2011

Barbados and Scotland Links: 1627-1877 by David Dobson

REF CS 261 .B3 . D63 2005

Juan Ponce de Leon: His New and Revised Genealogy

UPR CS 259 .P662 A64 2010

Soundings Over Cultural Shoals by Gilbert A. Sprauve

UVI AC 5 .S67 2007

All Standing: The Remarkable Story of the Jeanie Johnston, the Legendary Irish Famine Ship

DA 950.7 .M55 2013

Religious Philanthropy and Colonial Slavery edited by John C. Van Horne

CV 2783 .R45 1985

To Live an Antislavery Life by Erica L. Ball

E 185.18 .B35 2012

Flush Times & Fever Dreams by Joshua D. Rothman

USouth E 441 .R82 2012

Early African American Print Culture edited by Lara Langer Cohen & Jordan Alexander Stein

Z 480 .L58 E17 2012

Almost Free: A Story About Family and Race in Antebellum Virginia by Eva Sheppard Wolf

UVA F 232 .F3 W65 2012

Scraping By: Wage Labor, Slavery, and Survival in Early Baltimore by Seth Rockman

UMD HD 8085 .B33 R63 2009

Money Over Mastery, Family Over Freedom by Calvin Schermerhorn

USouth E 445 .M3 S45 2011


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