Description: xii, 84 pages : illustrations ; 21 x 26 cm
Alice O'Neil writes about Black Women of the Old West for the Los Angeles Features Syndicate: This book traces how African American women challenged white bigotry, labored to create new lives and ultimately helped to transform sparse frontier settlements into thriving western] states. It reveals how these pioneers brought culture and stability to the early communities from Ohio, Kansas and Texas to Oklahoma, Nevada and California. This is that perfect find: a book that entertains and enlightens. Mr. Katz's books on black history are well-known to readers young and old. Add this one to the growing list of literary treasure....Browsing through the many pictures is a true delight, like meeting distant relatives. A must-read.
Target Audience: 1140L
|Call Number||Location||Shelf Location||Status|
|C HISTORY US Westward Kat||Main (Downtown)||Garden Level, Children's NonFiction||In|
|C HISTORY US Kat||North Main||Children's NonFiction||In|
|C HISTORY US Westward Kat||Sandhills||Children's NonFiction||In|
|C HISTORY US Westward Kat||St. Andrews||Children's NonFiction||In|