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Black Boston : African American life and culture in urban America, 1750-1860

Author: George A Levesque
Publisher: New York : Garland Pub., 1994.
Series: Studies in African American history and culture.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George A Levesque
ISBN: 0815315937 9780815315933 081531003X 9780815310037
OCLC Number: 29703639
Description: xviii, 537 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Pt. I. The Social Composition. 1. They Cannot Thrive Among Us. 2. Sustained Very Evidently By Means of Emigration --
Pt. II. The Color Line. 3. Is Boston Anti-Slavery? 4. Complexional Distinctions. 5. The Cause of Equal School Privileges. 6. That Separate Schools May Be Abolished. 7. Privileges And Immunities of Citizens --
Pt. III. Life in the Ghetto. 8. Colored Churches. Is There Any Necessity For Their Existence? 9. Colored People Assuming A Position Independent of Their Pale-Face Brethren --
Pt. IV. Pathology of the Ghetto. 10. Crime Is Not All Owing To One Cause. 11. No Other Class Struggles For A Livelihood Under So Many Disadvantages. 12. Facts Of A Deeply Deadly Nature.
Series Title: Studies in African American history and culture.
Responsibility: George A. Levesque.

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