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Title & Author Format Holdings Editions From To
Divided we stand : American workers and the struggle for Black equality by Nelson, Bruce, 1940-
DDC/LCC
  1402 15 2000 2002
Working on the dock of the bay : labor and enterprise in an antebellum Southern port by Thompson, Michael D. (Michael David), 1979-
DDC/LCC
  1273 7 2015 2018
Waterfront workers : new perspectives on race and class by Winslow, Calvin [Restager]
DDC/LCC
  366 4 1998 1998
On the global waterfront : the fight to free the Charleston 5 by Erem, Suzan
DDC/LCC
  179 4 2007 2008
Kenny Riley and Black union labor power in the port of Charleston by Reed, Edward James, 1948-
DDC/LCC
  42 3 2020 2020
Dusky stevedore : song by Johnson, J. C., 1896-1981
LCC
  17 2 1928 1928
The Civil Rights Documentation Project : the Canton, Jackson, and Gulf Coast Movements by Suarez, Matt
LCC
  8 8 2000 2015
To be a man : Johnnie Wilson, Jr. : an oral history by Rothenberg, Susan Gluck
DDC/LCC
  5 1 2006 2006
Race, migration, and port city radicalism : New York's black longshoremen and the politics of maritime protest, 1900-1920 by Faussette, Risa L
LCC
  3 1 2002 2002
"United we stand"
LCC
  2 2 1940 1940
Oral history with Donald Evans by Evans, Donald (Stevedore)
LCC
  1 1 2015 2015
Oral history with Lee Magee by Magee, Lee, 1947-
LCC
  1 1 2016 2016
Study of Negro longshoremen in New York City by Valentine, W. R. (William R.), Jr
LCC
  1 1 1937 1937
Oral history with Jerry E. Richard by Richard, Jerry E.
LCC
  1 1 2015 2015
Oral history with James P. Miller by Miller, James P., 1931-
LCC
  1 1 2015 2015
An oral history with Donald Evans by Evans, Donald (Stevedore)
LCC
  1 1 2001 2001
An oral history with Mr. Jerry E. Richard by Richard, Jerry E.
LCC
  1 1 2007 2007
An investigation of Black participation in Boston longshoring by Regan, Janet Noel
LCC
  1 1 1977 1977
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