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From the PublisherAn excellent new perspective on the historical development of the American settlement movement.
Arkansas Historical Quarterly
This is an excellent book, short, well written, informative and interestingly illustrated.
Labour History Review
Should be required reading for . . . all social workers concerned with the linkage between personal social services and social reform.
Social Service Review
Black Neighbors is social history at its best. . . . [It is] solidly grounded on empirical research and illuminated by sound theory.
Clarke Chambers, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
A marvelous study.
Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill