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New York City, 1903, New Harlem
New Harlem Past and Present: The Story of an Amazing Civic Wrong Now at Last to Be Righted, by Carl Horton Pierce. With a review of the principles of
law involved in the recovery of the Harlem lands, by William Pennington Toler and Harmon de pau Nutting. Published by New Harlem Publishing Co.
(1903). 332+xiv p. From the Preface: “The volume has been written to prove that the town of New Harlem has not been effectively erased from the map; that
there is not only a “past” but a “present” New Harlem; that the most extraordinary injustice in the history of the American commonwealth is at last to
stand, stripped of its giant’s robe, before the tribunal of American law.” Includes Appendices A through I (historical legal documents and maps).
Title:   New Harlem past and present : the story of an amazing civic wrong, now at last to be righted / by Carl Horton Pierce ; with a review of the principles of law involved in the recovery of the Harlem lands, by William Pennington Toler and Harmon De Pau Nutting, members of the New York Bar.
OCLC Number:   681103739
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