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California Eagle Collection (442 Books)


 
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California Eagle, April 1914

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1915

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1916

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1917

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1923

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1924

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1925

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1926

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1927

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1930

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1934

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1936

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1937

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1938

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1939

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1940

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1941

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1943

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1944

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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California Eagle, April 1946

By: California Eagle

Description: The (1879–1964) was one of the oldest and longest-running African American newspapers in Los Angeles, California and the West. It started in 1879,[1] founded by John J. Neimore, who had escaped slavery in Missouri.he editor and publisher, he

Bass, Charlotta, A. ,Los Angeles, California

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