Book Reviews


Books reviewed in this issue include The Day the Klan Came to Town by Bill Campbell; Made Free and Thrown Open to the Public: Community Libraries in Pennsylvania from the Colonial Era through World War II by Bernadette A. Lear; The Delany Papers: A Revised Edition of The Condition, Elevation, Emigration, and Destiny of the Colored People of the United States, Politically Considered by Martin Robison Delany Originally Published in 1852 by Wali Jamal Abdullah; Bigfoot Slept Here: A Partly True But Way-More-Exciting History of One Small Town by Valentine J. Brkich; The Pittsburgh & Lake Erie in Allegheny County, Volume 1: Pittsburgh to Esplen by Jack Polaritz, Suzanne C. Hudson, and John W. Hudson; and Bridge of Love: a story of young love, immigration, family, and hope by Christine Palamidessi.

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