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Robinson--Freedom School materials (Jo Ann Ooiman Robinson papers, 1960-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 191, Box 1, Folder 6)

115-page document entitled "Brief History of the American Negro from the Colonial Era to the Present" by Gordon B. Dodds; "Case Study on the Civil Rights Bill"; "Brief Memorandum on Federal Civil Rights Authority" (SNCC) Virginia; North Carolina; Georgia; Maryland; South Carolina; New York; Pennsylvania; Delaware; New Jersey; Massachusetts; Rhode Island; Louisiana; Mississippi; Alabama; Maine; Missouri; Ohio; Texas; Kansas; Nebraska; Wisconsin; Illinois; Washington, D.C.; Tennessee; Arkansas; Florida;
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