More New Books Added to Balch Ethnic Studies Collection

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More New Books Added to Balch Ethnic Studies Collection

2017-04-06 10:43

This week we're pleased to bring you a super-sized list of new books that were recently added to the library's Balch Ethnic Studies collection. Click on the links for more information from our online catalog Discover.

Portraits of the American Jewish Family

JGSP E 184 .J5 N38 1989

Minsk Telephonnya Kniga

JGSP DK 781 .C44 N55 1992

Tracing Your Family History in Australia by Nick Vine Hall

JGSP CS 2002 .V56 1986

The Jewish People’s Almanac by David C. Gross

JGSP DS 102.4 .J43 1981

Monumental Inscriptions in the Jewish Synagogue at Bridgetown, Barbados by E. M. Shilstone

JGSP F 2041 .S552 1988

The Vanishing Generations by Louis Parnes

JGSP CT 249 .P37 1954

Shores of Refuge by Ronald Sanders

JGSP DS 125 .S284 1988

A Field Guide to Visiting a Jewish Cemetery by Joshua L. Segal

JGSP BM 712 .S44 2005

George Rapp’s Disciples, Pioneers and Heirs by Karl J.R. Arndt

REF HX 656 .H2 A76 1992

The Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King

E 77 .K566 2013

38 Nooses by Scott W. Berg

E 83.86 .B47 2013

Batiste Gamara, Miner by Sergio Vedovato

CS 71 .G36 V43 2016

Schweppenheiser Genealogy complied by Jacqueline P. Passey

CS 71 .S39 P37 2016

Good Morning, Mr. Mandela by Zelda la Grange

DT 1972 .L34 A3 2014

Report of the Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation to the President of Georgetown University

UDC E 185.93 .D6 G46 2016

Revisiting Race in a Genomic Age edited by Barbara A. Koenig, Sandra Soo-Jin Lee & Sarah S. Richardson

GN 269 .R48 2008

The Real Florida Jewish Directory

UFL F 320 .J5 R4 2016

Carlisle Indian Industrial School ed. by Jacqueline Fear-Segal & Susan D. Rose

UPA/Cu E 97.6 .C2 C365 2016

The Art of Americanization at the Carlisle Indian School by Hayes Peter Mauro

UPA/Cu E 97.6 .C2 M28 2011


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