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    Tracy Sugarman. Stranger at the Gates. A Summer in Mississippi. New York: Hill and Wang, 1966. First edition. 8vo, 240 pages. During the summer of 1964, over one thousand people, including many college students went to Mississippi as part of a state wide effort to register African-American voters and to establish teaching centers that became known as "Freedom Schools." Publisher's original binding with printed dust jacket. Illustrated throughout. Light spots of staining on page edges, else fine.



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    December, 2014
    4th Thursday
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