New Jersey Women's History



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New Jersey State Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth, Bordentown

Ira De A. Reid, The Negro in New Jersey: Report of a Survey by the Interracial Committee of the New Jersey Conference of Social Work in Cooperation with the Departmentof Institutions and Agencies (Newark, NJ: The New Jersey Conference of Social Work, 1932). 

Courtesy, New Jersey Historical Society


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