The Works of Katherine Davis Chapman Tillman
Oxford University Press, 1991 - 437 стор.
The poetry and journalistic essays of Katherine Tillman often appeared in publications sponsored by the American Methodist church. Collected together for the first time, her works speak to the struggles and triumphs of African-American women.
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Some Girls That I Know 1893
AfroAmerican Poets and Their Verse 1898
The Negro Among AngloSaxon Poets 1898
Alexander Dumas Père 1907
Paying Professions for Colored Girls 1907
Alexander Sergeivich Pushkin 1909
Individual Poems Published Between 1888 and 1902
The Heroes of the Iowa Conference
When Edies in the Kitchen
Black and White
The Story of an AfroAmerican Girls Life
Miles the Conquerer 1894
The Preacher at Hill Station 1903
Aunt Betsys Thanksgiving n d
A Little Drama of Today 1901
A Hymn of Praise
When Mandy Combs Her Head
Idlers and Toilers
A Drama in Four Acts 1902
A Drama in Five
A Pageant of African Methodism 1922
Quotations from Negro Authors 1921
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