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Number 29 - November 23, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Send All Negroes to Africa Is Scared White Man's Plea
Title:
Stories of the Daring of Race Troops Still Come in From France
Title:
Colored Boy's Razor Proves Welcome Tool
Title:
How Peace "Hit" Boys Down at Camp Sherman
Title:
Race in Memphis Celebrates Victory
Title:
Race Riot Started at Nashville, Tenn.
Title:
Indict White Men for Lynching Bee
Page 03
Title:
History of the War Must Include Deeds of Our Boys
Title:
Race Troops Winning Popularity in France
Page 06
Title:
What the Bahia Movement Means to the Colored Race
Title:
What Has That to Do With the Heinousness?
Title:
Soldiers in Brawl in Old New York
Title:
Methodist Church Plans to Aid Race in the U.S.
Page 07
Title:
New York Aid Drive
Title:
Secretary Baker Lauds Colored Troops' Service
Title:
Official Counts out Race Man As Usual
Page 08
Title:
What of Our Hopes?
Title:
Wanted - An Alienist!
Title:
To the Mothers of Our Soldier Dead!

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