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Mabee, Carleton

MABEE, Carleton

MABEE, Carleton. American (born China), b. 1914. Genres: History, Biography. Career: State University of New York, New Paltz, professor, 1965-80, professor emeritus of history, 1980-. Publications: The American Leonardo: A Life of Samuel F. B. Morse, 1943; The Seaway Story, 1961; Black Freedom: The Nonviolent Abolitionists from 1830 Through the Civil War, 1970; Black Education in New York State: From Colonial to Modern Times, 1979; (ed. with James A. Fletcher) A Quaker Speaks from the Black Experience: The Life and Selected Writings of Barrington Dunbar, 1979; Sojourner Truth: Slave, Prophet, Legend, 1993; Listen to The Whistle, an Anecdotal History of the Waldkill Valley Railroad in Ulster and Orange Counties, New York, 1995; Bridging the Hudson: The Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge and Its Connecting Rail Lines, 2001. Address: 2121 Route 44-55, Gardiner, NY 12525, U.S.A.

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