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The Black novelist
1970 by Merrill in Columbus, Ohio .
|Statement||edited by Robert Hemenway.|
|Contributions||Hemenway, Robert, 1921-|
Pioneering novelist Harriet E. Wilson (pictured) became the first African-American novelist of either gender to publish a book in North America on this date in Although Ms. Wilson’s book.
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