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  • B. K. BRUCE. From A School History of the Negro Race in America, from 1619 to 1890, with a Short Introduction as to the Origin of the Race; Also a Short Sketch of Liberia.


  • B. K. BRUCE. From Men of Mark: Eminent, Progressive and Rising.


  • G. W. GAYLES. H. N. JETER. DANIEL JONES. J. T. WHITE. From Men of Mark: Eminent, Progressive and Rising.


  • HON. J. T. SETTLE, Memphis, Tenn. From Afro-American Encyclopaedia; Or, the Thoughts, Doings, and Sayings of the Race, Embracing Lectures, Biographical Sketches, Sermons, Poems, Names of Universities, Colleges, Seminaries, Newspapers, Books, and a History of the Denominations, Giving the Numerical Strength of Each. In Fact, it Teaches Every Subject of Interest to the Colored People, as Discussed by More Than One Hundred of Their Wisest and Best Men and Women.


  • HON. P. B. S. PINCHBACK OF LOUISIANA Lieutenant-Governor 1871-72, and afterward Congressman BLANCHE K. BRUCE OF MISSISSIPPI Who was born a slave, but was the first Negro to become a member of the United States Senate MAJOR JOHN R. LYNCH, U. S. A. Who served as a member of Congress from Mississippi CHARLES BANKS "He has taught me the value of common-sense in dealing with conditions as they exist in the South" From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • J. T. SETTLE From Men of Mark: Eminent, Progressive and Rising.


  • Lt. Col Frank A Montgomery FIRST MISSISSIPPI CAVALRY. Age 70. [Frontispiece Image] From Reminiscences of a Mississippian in Peace and War.