The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota publishes high quality peer-reviewed and popular books. It uses digital and print-on-demand technologies to publish timely works in the digital humanities, broadly conceived. Whenever possible, we produce open access, digital publications, that can attract local and global audiences.

We're excited to announce the publication of One Hundred Voices: Harrisburg’s Historic African American Community, 1850-1920, edited by Calobe Jackson, Jr., Katie Wingert McArdle, and David Pettegrew.

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