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960 .D3g 1971 : A guide to African history. / Rev. and edited by Haskel Frankel. Illustrated by Robin Jacques.
960 .D6g : Great rulers of the African past / Lavinia Dobler and William A. Brown. Special consultant: Philip Curtin. Illustrated by Yvonne Johnson.
960 H274a : African beginnings / James Haskins & Kathleen Benson ; paintings by Floyd Cooper.
960.3 O38y : Young and Black in Africa / compiled with introductory notes by A. Okion Ojigbo.
968.06 N424n : Nelson Mandela / words and paintings by Kadir Nelson.
968.06 P866w : Who was Nelson Mandela? / by Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso ; illustrated by Stephen Marchesi.
970 B161i : Indians of the eastern woodlands / by Rae Bains ; illustrated by Mark Hannon.
970 M218r : Rebels against slavery / by Patricia C. McKissack and Fredrick L. McKissack.
970.01 C113g : John Cabot & son / by David Goodnough ; illustrated by Allan Eitzen.
970.01 F875w : Who was first? : discovering the Americas / by Russell Freedman.
970.01 Sa84e : The earliest Americans / by Helen Roney Sattler ; illustrated by Jean Day Zallinger.
970.1 .D39 : Indian child life / with numerous full-page colour-plates after paintings in water-colour, together with illustrations in black-and-white, by Edwin Willard Deming, and with new stories by Therese O. Deming.
970.1 .Un2 : People of the Crimson Evening. / Illustrated by Velino Herrera.