The Tribe of Black Ulysses: African American Lumber Workers in the Jim Crow South

@inproceedings{Jones2005TheTO,
  title={The Tribe of Black Ulysses: African American Lumber Workers in the Jim Crow South},
  author={William P. Jones},
  year={2005}
}
Fellowships and Awards: Best Article Award, Labor, 2010-2011 Institute for Research in the Humanities, Resident Fellowship, 2010 Vilas Associate Award, UW Madison, 2009-2011 Faculty Development Grant, UW Madison, 2009-2010 American Council of Learned Societies, Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowship, 2007-2008 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, NEH/Newhouse Fellowship, 2005-2006 Center for 21st Century Studies Fellow, UW-Milwaukee, 2005-2006 (declined) Corporation for National and… 
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