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The Growth and Development of the Negro in Dentistry in the United States. Chicago, IL: National Dental Association Foundation; 1952..
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12 Million Black Voices; a Folk History of the Negro in the United States. New York: The Viking press; 1941..
Color and Human Nature: Negro Personality Development in a Northern City. Washington, D. C: American council on education; 1941..
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Bad-Blood Wagon. [United States: Collier's; 1939..
Race Relations and the Race Problem, a Definition and an Analysis. Durham, N. C: Duke university press; 1939..
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The Health Status and Health Education of Negroes in the United States. Washington: 1937.
Infant and Maternal Mortality Among Negroes. Washington: U. S. Govt. print. off; 1937..
The Negro's Struggle for Survival; a Study in Human Ecology. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press; 1937..
The Negro Professional Man and the Community: With Special Emphasis on the Physician and the Lawyer. Washington, D. C: The Association for the study of Negro life and history, inc; 1934..
A Comparative Study of a Group of Southern White and Negro Infants: From Teachers College, Columbia University. Worcester, Mass: Clark university; 1931..
Convalescent Need for Negroes in New York. New York: New York Urban League; 1931.
Race Mixture; Studies in Intermarriage and Miscegenation. New York: Whittlesey house, McGraw-Hill book company, inc; 1931..
The Anthropometry of the American Negro. New York: Columbia university press; 1930..
The Negro in American Civilization; a Study of Negro Life and Race Relations in the Light of Social Research. New York: H. Holt and company; 1930..
The American Negro; a Study in Racial Crossing. New York: A.A. Knopf; 1928..
Mortality Among Negroes in the United States. Washington: U.S. G.P.O; 1928..
The American Race Problem, a Study of the Negro. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell company; 1927..
Judicial Cases Concerning American Slavery and the Negro. Washington, D. C: Carnegie institution of Washington; 1926..
Prophylactic Therapy for Rickets in a Negro Community. Chicago: American Medical Association; 1917..
Home Infirmary: Clarksville, Tennessee, Established 1906. Clarksville, Tenn.: Titus Print; 1915..
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Hookworm Disease in Its Relation to the Negro. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1909..
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