Harlan Greene

Harlan Greene (born June 19, 1953) is an American writer and historian. He has published both fiction and non-fiction works. He won the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Fiction for his 1991 novel ''What the Dead Remember''. Provided by Wikipedia
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    A Long and Happy Life Library and Records Preservation in North Carolina / by Greene, Harlan

    Published 1992
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    Mr. Skylark : John Bennett and the Charleston renaissance / by Greene, Harlan

    Published 2001
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    Why we never danced the Charleston / by Greene, Harlan

    Published 1984
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    The German officer's boy / by Greene, Harlan

    Published 2005
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    What the dead remember / by Greene, Harlan

    Published 1991
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    Slave badges and the slave-hire system in Charleston, South Carolina, 1783-1865 / by Greene, Harlan

    Published 2004
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    The damned don't cry - they just disappear : the life and works of Harry Hervey / by Greene, Harlan

    Published 2018
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    The German officer's boy / by Greene, Harlan

    Published 2005
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    The German officer's boy / by Greene, Harlan

    Published 2005
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    Renaissance in Charleston : art and life in the Carolina low country, 1900-1940 /

    Published 2003
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    Southern sisters : the art of Charleston and Savannah /

    Published 2004
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    Southern perspectives on the queer movement : committed to home /

    Published 2018
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    Southern perspectives on the queer movement : committed to home /

    Published 2018
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