Beyond forty acres and a mule.
Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2012
Debra Ann Reid; Evan P Bennett
|ISBN:||9780813043531 0813043530 0813043778 9780813043777|
|描述：||1 online resource (xviii, 350 pages) : illustrations, maps|
|内容：||Introduction / Debra A. Reid --
Historiography and philosophy. --
The Jim Crow section of agricultural history / Adrienne Petty --
Farm acquisition and retention. --
Out of Mount Vernon's shadow : black landowners in George Washington's neighborhood, 1870-1910 / Scott E. Casper --
James E. Youngblood : race, family, and farm ownership in Jim Crow Texas / Keith J. Volanto --
Benjamin Hubert and the Association for the Advancement of Negro Country Life / Mark Schultz --
Agrarianism and black politics. --
Black populism : agrarian politics from the colored alliance to the people's party / Omar H. Ali --
"The Lazarus of American farmers": the politics of black agrarianism in the Jim Crow South, 1921-1938 / Jarod Roll --
Farm families at work. --
Land ownership and the color line: African American farmers in the heartland, 1870s-1920s / Debra A. Reid --
Of the quest of the golden leaf: black farmers and bright tobacco in the Piedmont South / Evan P. Bennett --
"Justifiable pride": negotiation and collaboration in Florida African American extension / Kelly A. Minor --
Legal activism and civil rights expansion. --
Black power in the Alabama black belt to the 1970s / Veronica L. Womack --
"You're just like mules, you don't know your own strength": rural South Carolina blacks and the emergence of the civil rights struggle / Carmen V. Harris --
Between forty acres and a class action lawsuit: black farmers, civil rights, and protest against the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1997-2010 / Valerie Grim --
Researching African American land and farm owners: a bibliographic essay / Debra A. Reid.
|责任：||edited by Debra A. Reid and Evan P. Bennett ; foreword by Loren Schweninger.|
Chronicles the tumultuous history of landowning African American farmers from the end of the Civil War to today. Each essay provides a case study of people in one place at a particular time and the factors that affected their ability to acquire, secure, and protect their land.
- African American farmers -- History.
- African Americans -- Land tenure -- History.
- African American farmers -- Economic conditions.
- African American farmers -- Political conditions.
- Freedmen -- United States -- Economic conditions.
- African American farmers -- Southern States -- History.
- African Americans -- Land tenure -- Southern -- History.
- African American farmers -- Southern States -- Economic conditions.
- United States -- Race relations.
- Southern States -- Race relations.
- African American farmers -- United States -- Economic conditions.
- African American farmers -- United States -- History.
- African American farmers -- United States -- Political conditions.
- African Americans -- Land tenure -- United States -- History.
- SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Minority Studies.
- African American farmers
- African American farmers -- Economic conditions
- African Americans -- Land tenure
- Freedmen -- Economic conditions
- Race relations
- Southern States
- United States