Obscure Diseases of the Brain and Mind
Lea, 1866 - 483 páginas
Briefly describes the lives and contributions of notable African-Americans in Georgia who were either born in Georgia or who lived and worked in Georgia for the major portion of their lives. Fields covered are the Arts, Business, Civic/Social, Education, Law, Media, Medicine, Military, Politics, Religion, and Sports.
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