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Civil rights and the American negro : a documentary history

Author: Albert P Blaustein; Robert L Zangrando
Publisher: New York : Trident Press, 1968.
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Civil rights and the American negro.
New York : Trident Press, 1968
(OCoLC)558175868
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Albert P Blaustein; Robert L Zangrando
OCLC Number: 553248
Description: xv, 671 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Slavery and the new world - 1619-1775 : First negroes at Jamestown ; Privileges and exemption for patroons : Massachusetts body of liberties ; An act concerning negroes, Maryland ; Protest of the Germantown Mennonites ; The first abolitionist tract ; Regulations concerning negroes, New Jersey ; Smith v. Brown and Cooper ; The assiento ; Slavery in Georgia: from prohibition to acceptance ; Blackstone's commentaries on the law of England ; The Somerset caste --
2. Slavery during the revolutionary and national period - 1776-1820 : Declaration of independence ; Delaware constitution ; The Quock Walker case ; Northwest ordinance ; Constitution of the United States ; Fugitive slave act ; Act to prohibit the importation of slaves ; Mississippi and Alabama state constitutions ; Virginia statute on slaves, free negroes, and mulattoes ; American colonization society memorial --
3. Expansion and the anti-slavery controversy - 1820-1860 : The Missouri compromise ; Elkison v. Deliesseline ; Garrison's liberator ; Nat Turner's insurrection and "confession" ; Calhoun's resolutions ; The Amistad case ; Roberts v. Boston ; Wilmot proviso ; The compromise of 1850 ; Teaching negroes to read ; The Kansas-Nebraska territories ; The Dred Scott case ; The Lincoln-Douglas debates ; Incident at Harper Ferry ; The Mississippi legislature on the right of secession --
4. Civil war and reconstruction - 1861-1883 : Confederate states of America-constitution ; Federal confiscation acts ; Lincoln's wartime objection ; Emancipation proclamation - a wartime measure ; Jefferson Davis on the negro in wartime ; The thirteenth amendment ; Freedmen's bureau ; Southern black codes ; The fourteenth amendment ; The civil rights acts ; The fifteenth amendment ; Senator Blanche K. Bruce on the Mississippi election ; The reconstruction era cases ; United States v. Cruikshank ; Hall v. Decuir ; Strauder v. West Virginia ; The civil rights cases --
5. National growth and the era of Jim Crow -1884-1914 : Frederick Douglass denounces lunch law ; Booker T. Washington and compromise ; New York's civil rights act ; Plessy v. Ferguson - The doctrine of "separate but equal" ; The Louisiana constitution ; Tennessee's Jim Crow law in education ; Congressional valedictory of the negro ; The classic southern position on the negro --
6. Emergence of negro protest - 1915-1941 : W. E. B. Du Bois's program for the American negro ; Voting rights and the grandfather clause; French directive on the treatment of black American troops ; The program of the national association for the advancement of colored people ; The supreme court and the right to a fair trial ; Marcus Garvey extols black nationalism ; The Scottsboro cases ; The Gavagan antilynching bill --
7. War, and Cold War: executive and judicial responses - 1941-1958 : President Roosevelt's fair employment practices committee ; Screws v. United States - murder and the fourteenth amendment ; President Truman's civil rights program ; Integration in the armed services ; Shelley v. Kraemer - on segregated housing ; Texas white primary cases ; Brown v. board of education of Topeka: the predecessors cases ; School segregation cases ; Reaction to Brown v. board of education of Topeka ; The little rock crisis --
8. Civil rights and the congressional response - 1957-1968 : The civil rights act (1957) ; The civil rights act (1960) ; President Kennedy on negro rights ; NAACP v. Button ; Freedom to the free - report of the United States commission on civil rights ; Martin Luther King, Jr.: letter from a Birmingham jail ; The sit-in cases ; The antipoll tax amendment ; The civil rights act (1964) ; Equality in accommodations ; President Johnson's commencement address at Howard university ; The voting rights act ; South Carolina v. Katzenbach ; United States v. Price ; School desegregation guidelines ; Black power ; Racial isolation in the public schools ; U.S. riot commission report- official summary.
Responsibility: edited by Albert P. Blaustein and Robert L. Zangrando.

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