Durham Fact-Finding Conference.

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The Durham Fact-Finding Conference, a congress of African American leaders in business, education, and religion, was held three times --7-9 December 1927, 17-19 April 1929, and 16-18 April 1930--at the North Carolina College for Negroes (later North Carolina Central University) in Durham, N.C.

From the description of Durham Fact-Finding Conference records, 1929-1930 and 1942-1945. WorldCat record id: 773601181

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creatorOf Durham Fact-Finding Conference records, 1929-1930 and 1942-1945 North Carolina Central University, James E. Shepard Memorial Library
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Place Name Admin Code Country
North Carolina--Durham
Southern States
North Carolina
Congresses and conventions
African Americans--Economic conditions
African Americans--Congresses
African Americans--Social conditions
African Americans

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Active 1929

Active 1945

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