Early African American Deaths in The Pittsburgh Courier From January 6, 1934 - December 29, 1934 Book Twelve
Marlene Garrett Bransom.
Book Twelve of this series is comprised of deaths and obituaries from over thirty-five states, the District of Columbia, and Canada. The majority of the deaths featured in this book are from the states of Georgia, Ohio, Louisiana, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.
The specific towns in Georgia are Atlanta, Columbus, Crawfordsville, Fort Benning, Macon, Ocilla, and Savannah; in Ohio, Akron, Cleveland, Columbus, Ironton, Smithfield, Steubenville, Wilberforce, Youngstown, and Zanesville; in Louisiana, Crowley, Kentwood, Melville, New Iberia, New Orleans, and Shreveport; in Mississippi, Cleveland, Greenville, Holly Springs, Jackson, Lexington, Newton, Picayune, Vicksburg, and Winona; in Pennsylvania, Allison, Bentleyville, Braddock, Bridgeville, Brownsville, Canonsburg, Carnegie, Clairton, Curwensville, Donora, Edgeworth, Erie, Greensburg, Heidelberg, Homestead, Johnstown, Library, McDonald, McKeesport, Monessen, Monongahela, New Castle, New Kensington, Oil City, Philadelphia, Philipsburg, Pittsburgh, Pittston, Scott Haven, Southview, Uniontown, Washington, Waynesburg, and Westland; in Virginia, Big Stone Gap, Bristol, Clifton Forge, Indian Rock, Livingston, Richmond, Roanoke, Staunton, and Tazewell; in West Virginia, Clarksburg, Eskdale, Fairmont, Huntington, Institute, Logan, Moundsville, Rippon, and Wheeling.
The beginning of the book contains an alphabetical listing of all the deaths that are featured in the book and concludes with an every name index at the end of the book.
2013, 8.5x11, paper, 150 pp.