Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: A Biography (Greenwood Biographies) by Meg Greene

By Meg Greene

This full-length biography explores the multifaceted—and altogether fascinating—life, evaluations, and accomplishments of African American student and author Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

• A chronology of Henry Louis Gates's life

• photos of Gates and others who've performed a job in his biography

• A bibliography of resources

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