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George Hendrick

Born: March 30, 1929 in Stephenville, Texas
Pen Name: None

Connection to Illinois: Hendrick is an emeritus professor of English at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Biography: George Hendrick is an emeritus professor of English at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, former department chair and served as the first president of the James Jones Literary Society. He edited several books including, ''To Reach Eternity: The Letters of James Jones.'' Along with Don Sackrider and Helen Howe, Hendrick edited ''The Writings From the Handy Colony.''He currently resides in New York.


Primary Audience(s): Adult readers

George Hendrick on WorldCat :

Selected Titles

Black refugees in Canada :
ISBN: 0786447338 OCLC: 610030208

McFarland & Co., Jefferson, N.C. : ©2010.

"Thousands of black people sought refuge in Canada before the U.S. Civil War. While most encountered some racism among Canadian citizens, many thrived under the Canadian government. The book begins with a short historical account of blacks in Canada from 1629 until the early 1800s, when the first groups of escaped slaves began to enter the country"--Provided by publisher.

Henry Salt, humanitarian reformer and man of letters /
ISBN: 0252006119 OCLC: 2910975

University of Illinois Press, Urbana : ©1977.

Katherine Anne Porter.
ISBN: 0805775137 OCLC: 16469038

Twayne Publishers, Boston : ©1988.

M.K. Gandhi's first nonviolent campaign :
ISBN: 1934844918 OCLC: 849593036

  M.K. Gandhi's first nonviolent campaign :
ISBN: 9781934844922 OCLC: 853622238

Teneo Press, Amherst, New York : ©2013.

The Creole mutiny :
ISBN: 1566635500 OCLC: 50590617

Ivan R. Dee, Chicago : 2003.

Chronicles the events surrounding the slave revolt on the Creole transport ship on November 7, 1841.

  The selected letters of Mark Van Doren /
ISBN: 0807113174 OCLC: 13525524

Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge : ©1987.

Why not every man? :
ISBN: 1566636450 OCLC: 57041236

Ivan R. Dee, Chicago : ©2005.

"As the Hendricks show, the record of civil disobedience in the service of African Americans is not without its failures. But overall it has been a powerful weapon in their quest for a share of the American dream. This is a succinct history of that story."--Jacket.