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African American Women in Iowa Digital Collection - a digital archive of materials related to African American women in the state. The site includes photographs, scrapbooks, pamphlets, oral histories, newsletters and more. Developed by the University of Iowa Libraries.
The Negro in Iowa. By Leola Marjarie Nelson Bergmann. with in an editorial addendum Twenty years after by William J. Petersen. Iowa City: State Historical Society of Iowa, 1969. - 96p. - (Studies in Iowa History, Vol 1, no. 1) F621. S87 Vol. 1 no. 1
The Negro in Iowa was reprinted from the Iowa Journal History and Politics, Vol. 46. no. 1, 1948. Includes Bibliographical references
Exploring Buried Buxton: By David M. Gradwohl and Nancy M. Osborn.. archaeology of an abandoned Iowa coal mining town with a large black population /1st ed. - Ames: Iowas State University Press, 1984. - xvi, 207 p. : ill., maps F629.B98 G73 1984
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