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- Magick and Science
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- Hypnosis: A Selected Bibliography
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- Charlotta A. Bass Papers
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- L.A. Race Woman: Charlotta Bass and the Complexities of Black
- If she is remembered at all today, Charlotta Bass is typically recalled as a emerge.
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- THE WAR
- Charlotta Bass and the California Eagle. (http://www.socallib.
Suggested News Resources
- Black History Month: A Celebration Of African American Angelenos
- Charlotta Bass was the editor of "The California Eagle," one of the longest running black newspapers, from 1912 through 1951. She was the first black woman to own and manage a newspaper in the United States.
Suggested Web Resources
- Charlotta Bass and the California Eagle--The Charlotta Bass Story
- Charlotta A. Bass stands among the most influential African Americans of the twentieth century.
- Charlotta Bass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Charlotta Amanda Spears Bass (February 14, 1874 – April 12, 1969) was an American educator, newspaper publisher-editor, and civil rights activist.
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