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  Black History Month -- See African American History Month
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  Black history publication series -- See Empak "Black history" publication series
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  Black history publications series -- See Empak "Black history" publication series
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  Black Hole Incident, Calcutta, India, 1756 -- See Black Hole Incident, Kolkata, India, 1756
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  Black Hole of Calcutta Incident, Kolkata, India, 1756 -- See Black Hole Incident, Kolkata, India, 1756
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  Black holes (Astronomy) -- See Also Sagittarius A* (Astronomy)
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Black holes (Astronomy)   13
Black holes (Astronomy) -- Drama.   2019 1
Black holes (Astronomy) -- Fiction.   5
Black holes (Astronomy) -- History. : Gribbin, John.  1992 1
Black holes (Astronomy) -- Juvenile fiction.   5
Black holes (Astronomy) -- Juvenile literature.   5
Black holes (Astronomy) -- Popular works.   2
  Beyond the Spiderwick chronicles -- See Beyond the Spiderwick chronicles
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Black, Holly. Spiderwick chronicles -- 2 entries   2
  Black Homelands (South Africa) -- See Homelands (South Africa)
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  Black, Hugh, b. 1868 -- See Black, Hugh, 1868-
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  Black, Hugo, 1922- -- See Black, Hugo, Jr., 1922-2013
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Black, Hugo LaFayette, 1886-1971. : Feldman, Noah,  2010 1
  Black (Hugo) Symposium in American History -- See Hugo Black Symposium in American History
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Black humor.   50
  Black humor (African American humor) -- See African American wit and humor
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  Black humor in literature -- See Black humor
Here are entered general works on humor that treats suffering or the absurdity of existence in a bitter, ironic, morbid, or grimly satiric way, as well as works on such humor in literary form.
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  Black humor (Literature) -- See Black humor
Here are entered general works on humor that treats suffering or the absurdity of existence in a bitter, ironic, morbid, or grimly satiric way, as well as works on such humor in literary form.
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Black humor (Literature)   77
  Black identity -- See Blacks Race identity
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Black in art.   3
Black in art -- Exhibitions   3
Black in interior decoration. : Robertson, Hilary,  2015 1
Black in literature. : Harvey, J. R.  1995 1
  Black-Indian relations -- See Blacks Relations with Indians
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Black Interpretations Bible   2
  Black, Ishi, 1897-1985 -- See Gibson, Walter B. (Walter Brown), 1897-1985
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  Black Israelites -- See Black Hebrews
Here are entered works on those groups (or individuals belonging to those groups) of African Americans or blacks who consider themselves Jewish or Hebrew in religion and ethnicity, but are not recognized as such by the Jewish community in general. Works on African Americans who are Jewish and are recognized as such by other Jews are entered under African American Jews.
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  Black, J. (John), 1931- -- See Black, John, 1931-
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Black, Jack. : Black, Jack,  2018 1
  Black Jack, 1826-1886 -- See Logan, John Alexander, 1826-1886
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  Black Jack, 1860-1948 -- See Pershing, John J. (John Joseph), 1860-1948
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  Black, Jack, 1969- -- See Also Tenacious D (Musical group)
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  Black jack (Game) -- See Blackjack (Game)
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  Black, James Nelson -- See Black, Jim Nelson
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  Black, Jean B. -- See Blashfield, Jean F.
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  Faerie walker -- See Faeriewalker novel
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  Faerie walker novel -- See Faeriewalker novel
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  Faeriewalker -- See Faeriewalker novel
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  Black jewels series -- See Black jewels series
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  Black-Jewish relations -- See Blacks Relations with Jews
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  Black Jews (African American religious sects) -- See Black Hebrews
Here are entered works on those groups (or individuals belonging to those groups) of African Americans or blacks who consider themselves Jewish or Hebrew in religion and ethnicity, but are not recognized as such by the Jewish community in general. Works on African Americans who are Jewish and are recognized as such by other Jews are entered under African American Jews.
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  Black, John Bennett, 1883-1964 -- See Black, J. B. (John Bennett), 1883-1964
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  Black John (Fictitious character) -- See De Wolfe, John, Sir (Fictitious character)
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