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PRODUCT: Paris Reflections - Walks Through African-American Paris (pre-owned)

MODEL: G-27 HP

 ISBN 978-0-939923-88-5 / 2002

by Christiann Anderson & Monique Y. Wells

Paris Reflections takes its readers on six walking tours through the historic districts of Paris, where for more than two centuries, African-Americans have lived, worked, and created a rich and vibrant legacy of achievement in art, literature, science, business, sport, social reform, and other fields. From the last decades of the 18th century to the present, this legacy has been shaped by such people as Sally Hemings, Victor Séjour, Ada "Bricktop" Smith, Jack Johnson, Josephine Baker, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, Sidney Bechet, and James Baldwin. An appendix provides basic travel information about arriving in and navigating Paris. Eight original full color illustrations and special pages for personal notes add a great appeal to this well-focused, clearly written, easy-to-use guide.

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