Negro racial groups. Paper no. I [one].

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Abstract/Description: Unpublished examiniation of factors leading to migration of black Americans to Omaha Nebraska, the economic conditions of the black community, physical health of members of the black community, illiteracy rates and religious affiliations of blacks living in Omaha Nebraska. Document written by Rose Michael, a Nebraska Writers Project author for the Works Progress Administration.
Subject(s): Blacks
Demography
Ethnic groups
Nebraska
Omaha (Neb.)
United States
Blacks -- History
Blacks -- Health and hygiene
Public health
Literacy
Religious life
Religion
Slaves

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