Negro youth at the crossways, their personality development in the middle states, by E. Franklin Frazier; prepared for the American Youth Commission.

; American Council on Education. American Youth Commission
Washington, D.C., American Council on Education, 1940.

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American
LIB stacks
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Catholic
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Other Authors American Council on Education. American Youth Commission.
Subjects African Americans -- Kentucky -- Louisville.
African Americans -- Social conditions.
African Americans -- Washington (D.C.)
Personality.
Social psychology.
Youth.
Description xxiii, 301, [2] p. illus. (maps) diagr. 24 cm.
Notes "This volume ... describes the experiences of Negro boys and girls living in Washington, D.C., and Louisville, Kentucky; these communities were selected as examples of middle-area conditions."--Pref.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)01024089
(OCoLC)1024089
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