Dunbar: The Neighborhood, the School, and the People, 1940-1965

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The story of Dunbar, the neighborhood that took its name from the school in its midst, is in many ways the story of America. An almost forgotten 160-acre swatch of land north of the town of Tucson, Arizona, it was inhabited by a hardy mix of Anglos, Mexicans, Yaqui Indians, colored people (as African-Americans were called then), and Chinese. Separated from downtown Tucson by the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks, Dunbar's northernmost blocks had been the Court Street Cemetery since 1875. Then, in 1912, statehood changed ...

Dunbar: The Neighborhood, the School, and the People, 1940-1965 2015, Wheatmark

ISBN-13: 9781627873031

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Dunbar: The Neighborhood, the School, and the People, 1940-1965 2015, Wheatmark

ISBN-13: 9781627873024

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