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TWO GREAT NEGRO BOOKS

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Emmett J Scotts 
War History
(A Few Interesting Chapters.)
Colored Officers and How They Were Trained.
Treatment of Negro Soldiers in Camp.
The Negro Combat Division.
Negro Soldiers Overseas.
Negro Heroes of the War.
Negro Soldier as a Fighter.
The Spirit of the Negro at the Front.
Negro Music That Stirred France.
When the Boys Came Home.
German Propaganda Among the Negroes.
What the Negro Got Out of the War.

The 38 chapters are interesting and instructive. There are 600 pages, size 7 x 9 inches; price: $2.90.
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[[caption]] Emmett J. Scott, Author [[/caption]]

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744 Pages.
100 Pages of Negro Soldiers, 50 Pages of other appropriate and interesting pictures.

THE KELLY MILLER HISTORY OF THE WORLD WAR
is all that the title can possibly mean.  The author takes up the Great Conflict, following it step by step through the thirty excellent chapters, including the Terms of Peace.

The Negro's War for Democratization—He braces Himself and Claims to be the Champion of Democracy—Enters the Arena of Combat!
The German Indigent—The South Sensitive—The North Quizzical—The Whole World Hesitant.

The Negro Turns the Tide at Chateau Thierry—He Helps Hurl Back the Hordes of the Hun—Wins His Place and Right to a Voice in the Affairs of Mankind against Prejudice, Ridicule, Race Hatred and almost Insurmountable Obstacles!

The book is bound in durable cloth, with substantial head band, price $2.50. In Full Kerotol Morocco (similar to cut) $3.25. Copy mailed to any address upon receipt of the price. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
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[[caption]]Prof. Kelly Miller, Author [[caption]]

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Transcription Notes:
image 1 - photo of book SCOTT's OFFICIAL HISTORY of the AMERICAN NEGRO IN THE WORLD WAR by Emmett J. Scott image 2: photo of book Negro Soldier in Our War by Kelly Miller)

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