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PUBLICATIONS

GO DOWN, OLD HANNAH: The Living History of
African American Texans 1821-1930
 By Naomi Mitchell Carrier
 contains 15 plays with lesson plans for each play,
production notes and photos
A University of Texas Press publication

Other publications featuring the work of Naomi Carrier include:

African Civilizations to 1900: Parts I, II, & III
for Houston Ifest 2008
By  Naomi Carrier

Marie Theresa Hernandez, Cemeteries of Ambivalent Desire:
Unearthing Deep South Narratives from a Texas Graveyard, Texas A & M Press, 2008.

Houston International Festival Teacher’s Curriculum Guide
Out of Africa: The Three Journeys, www.ifest.org 2008. 84-99

Roger Wood, Down in Houston: BayouCity Blues,
University of Texas Press, 2003. 
                       
 Ruthe Winegarten,
Brave Black Women: From Slavery to the Space Shuttle
University of Texas Press, 1997. 

Annie Mae Hunt and Ruthe Winegarten
I Am Annie Mae: An Extraordinary Black Texas Woman in Her Own Words,
University of Texas Press, 1996  Photo. Page 1

Ruthe Winegarten
Black Texas Women
, University of Texas Press 1994. 143,136,150.
Features photo of Naomi Carrier and Annie Mae Hunt on Cover

Hattie Winston African American Scripts and Screenplays Collection
archived at theUniversity of Louisville Library, Special Collections.

 

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