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Crescent City Girls The Lives of Young Women in Segregated New Orleans

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Crescent City Girls
The Lives of Young Women in Segregated New Orleans
by
LaKisha Michelle Simmons
(Assistant professor of global gender studies at the University at Buffalo, SUNY)

"What was it like to grow up black and female in the segregated South? To answer this question, LaKisha Simmons blends social history and cultural studies, recreating children's streets and neighborhoods within Jim Crow New Orleans and offering a rare look into black girls' personal lives."

Crescent City Girls won the SAWH Julia Cherry Spruill Prize for best book in southern women's history and received Honorable Mention for the ABWH Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Book Award for the best book in African American women's history.

Very minor damage to edges of paperback cover and slight indentation marks. No creasing to spine. Pages tightly bound, clean and unmarked. Overall, this book is in excellent condition

Item details

PLU:
0
Author(s):
LaKisha Michelle Simmons
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16 x 23 cms
Edition:
2015
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781469622804
Number of pages:
266
Publisher:
University of North Carolina Press

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Crescent City Girls
The Lives of Young Women in Segregated New Orleans
by
LaKisha Michelle Simmons
(Assistant professor of global gender studies at the University at Buffalo, SUNY)

"What was it like to grow up black and female in the segregated South? To answer this question, LaKisha Simmons blends social history and cultural studies, recreating children's streets and neighborhoods within Jim Crow New Orleans and offering a rare look into black girls' personal lives."

Crescent City Girls won the SAWH Julia Cherry Spruill Prize for best book in southern women's history and received Honorable Mention for the ABWH Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Book Award for the best book in African American women's history.

Very minor damage to edges of paperback cover and slight indentation marks. No creasing to spine. Pages tightly bound, clean and unmarked. Overall, this book is in excellent condition

PLU:
0
Author(s):
LaKisha Michelle Simmons
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16 x 23 cms
Edition:
2015
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781469622804
Number of pages:
266
Publisher:
University of North Carolina Press

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