Diary of a sit-in, foreword by Frank P. Graham.


Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press [1962] .

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Subjects African Americans -- Tennessee -- Knoxville.
African Americans.
Knoxville (Tenn.) -- Restaurants.
Restaurants -- Tennessee -- Knoxville.
Restaurants.
Segregation -- Tennessee -- Knoxville.
Segregation.
Tennessee -- Knoxville.
Description xiv, 204 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Summary In the words of Frank P. Graham, this book "tells the first published story by one of its leaders of the day-by-day happenings of a sit-in. With warm compassion, scholarly care, keen insight in to the motives and concerns of people, and lively understanding of a historic democratic movement, Professor Proud foot shares with the reader what went on in the community , the stores and in the minds and hearts of those who took part. (Inside front jacket).
Genre History.
Geographic Area Tennessee
Network Numbers (OCoLC)545932
(OCoLC)ocm00545932
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WorldCat Identities Proudfoot, Merrill.
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