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Naurice Frank Woods Jr.

Naurice Frank Woods Jr. is associate professor of African American studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is author of Henry Ossawa Tanner: Art, Faith, Race, and Legacy; African American Pioneers in Art, Film, and Music; History of African Americans in the Segregated United States Military: From America's War of Independence to the Korean War; Rooted in the and the African American Experience; Lose Not Courage, Lose Not Faith, Go Forward: Selected; Topics from the African American Experience, 1900-2000; and Picturing a People: A History of African Americans from 1619-1900.

Books By Naurice Frank Woods Jr.