The Lost Manuscript Edition has generated a number of questions. Below are some of the most frequently asked.
Q: Has the manuscript ever been published before?
A: No. It was lost before it was ever published. The public has never read it before.
Q: When will ASALH publish a cloth or paperback version of Carter G. Woodson's Appeal?
A: ASALH has no immediate plans to publish either a cloth or paperback edition. To properly spread the word about the book, the Association needs to form partnerships that will ensure its deserved success.
Q: What is the ISBN so that my institution can order the book?
A: Because the limited, leather-bound edition is designed for book collectors and special collections, it is devoid of the mass-marketing features.
Q: Is ASALH a not-for-profit organization? Will my donation by tax deductable?
A: Yes. ASALH is a not-for-profit organization with tax-exempt status. As a 501 (c) 3 organization contributions to ASALH are tax deductable.
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