AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BLACK CHICAGO
Edition: 3rd printing.
Chicago: Urban Research Institute, (1984, c 1981) dj. Hardcover - A book which presents the African American Chicago community through the personal experiences of Dempsey Travis (a businessman, jazz musician and civil rights activist, as well as author), his family, and his fellow Chicagoans. . . "a comprehensive, intimate story of African Americans in Chicago, starting with John Baptiste Point du Sable, who was the first non-Native American to settle on the mouth of the Chicago River" to current events. Illustrated with many photographs. Sources, index. xix, 379 pp. ISBN: 0-941484009.
Condition: Very near fine in a like dustjacket.