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The making of black America : essays in Negro life & history

Author: August Meier; Elliott M Rudwick
Publisher: New York : Atheneum, 1969.
Series: Studies in American Negro life.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Meier, August, 1923-2003.
Making of black America.
New York, Atheneum, 1969
(OCoLC)556937435
Online version:
Meier, August, 1923-2003.
Making of black America.
New York, Atheneum, 1969
(OCoLC)606512449
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: August Meier; Elliott M Rudwick
ISBN: 0689701411 9780689701412 0689701438 9780689701436
OCLC Number: 241
Description: xvi, 377, 507 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: The origins of black Americans --
The black community in modern America. VOLUME 1: THE ORIGINS OF BLACK AMERICANS --
1. FROM AFRICA TO AMERICA --
The Negro Kingdom of the Sudan / Joseph Greenberg --
Trade and Politics in the Niger Delta / K. O. Dike --
Negro Companions of the Spanish Explorers / Richard R. Wright --
Acculturation Among the Gullaj Negroes / William R. Bascom --
Pan-Negro Nationalism in the New World, Before 1862 / Hollis R. Lynch --
"Hide My Face?" On Pan-Africanism and Negritude / St. Clair Drake --
2. AMERICAN NEGROES AND THE SYSTEM OF SLAVERY --
Slavery and the Genesis of American Race Prejudice / Carl N. Degler --
Black Puritan: The Negro in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts / Robert C. Twombley and Robert H. Moore --
Lord Dunmore as Liberator / Benjamin Quarles --
The Negro Ironworker in Ante Bellum Virginia / S. Sydney Bradford --
Social Attitudes During the Slave Regime: Household Servants Versus Field Hands / E. Ophelia Settle --
Physicians and Slavery in the Antebellum Southern Meidcal Journal / Walter Fisher --
Towards Freedom: An Analysis of Slave Revolts in the United States / Marion D. De B. Kilson --
Religion and Resistance Among Antebellum Negroes, 1800-1860 / Vincent Harding --
3. THE ANTE-BELLUM FREE PEOPLE OF COLOR --
Negro property Owners in Seventeenth-Century Virginia / James H. Brewer --
The Traditions of the Free Negro in Charleston, South Carolina / E. Horace Fittchett --
The Free Negro in the Economic Life of Ante-Bellum North Carolina / John Hope Franklin --
The Negro Vote in Old New York / Dixon Ryan Fox --
The Economic Status of New York City Hegroes, 1850-1863 / Robert Ernst --
Jim Crow Railroads in Massachusetts / Louis Ruchames --
The Organized Educational and Activites of Negro Literary Societies, 1828-1846 / Dorothy Porter --
James Forten: Forgotten Abolitionist / Ray Allen Billington --
Antislavery Ambivalence: Immediatism, Expediency, Race / William H. Pease and Jane H. Pease --
National Negro Conventions of the Middle 1840's: Moral Suasion vs. Political Action / Howard H. Bell --
William Still and the Underground Railroad / Larry Gara --
4. Civil War and Reconstruction --
The Abduction of the "Planter" / Benjamin Quarles --
Desegregation in New Orleans Public Schools During Reconstruction / Louis R. Harlan --
The Negro Cowboy / Philip Durham --
The Race Issue in the Overthrow of Reconstruction in Mississppi / Vernon L. Wharton --
VOLUME 2: THE BLACK COMMUNITY IN MODERN AMERICA : 5. The Foundations of the Twentieth-Century Black Community --
History of Racial Segregation in the United States / John Hope Franklin --
A Strange Chapter in the Career of "Jim Crow" / August Meier and Elliot Rudwick --
The Tenant System and Some Changes Since Emancipation / Thomas J. Edwards --
The Populists and the Negro: A Reconsideration / Herbert Shapiro --
The Question of Race in the South Carolina Constitutional Convention of 1895 / George B. Tindall --
The Negro in Northern Politics, 1870-1900 / Leslie H. Fishel, Jr. --
Samuel Gompers and the Negro Workers, 1886-1914 / Bernard Mandel --
The Channeling of Negro Aggression by the Cultural Process / Hortense Powdermaker --
Racial Self-Fulfillment and the Rise of an All-Negro Community in Oklahoma / William E. Bittle and Gilbert L. Geis --
Washington's Policy / Kelly Miller --
Toward a Reinterpretation of Booker T. Washington / August Meier --
The Niagara Movement / Elliott Rudwick --
The Reaction of the Negro to the Motion Picture Birth of a Nation / Thomas R. Cripps --
6. The Making of the Black Ghetto --
The Negro Ghetto / Robert C. Weaver --
How Much Is the Migration a Flight from Persecution? / Charles S. Johnson --
Segregation in Indiana During the Klan Era of the 1930's / Emma Lou Thornbrough --
The Garvey Movement / E. Franklin Frazier --
Negro Folk Expression: Spiritual, Seculars, Ballads and Work Songs / Sterling Brown --
The Collapse of Cotton Tenancy / Charles S. Johnson, Edwin R. Embree, and Will W. Alexander --
The U.A.W Fights Race Prejudice / Irving Howe and and B. J Widick --
The Programs of Organizations Devoted to the Improvement of the Status of teh American Negro/ Ralph J. Bunche --
7. The New Militancy and the Enduring Ghetto --
The Negro School Movement in Virginia: From "Equalization" to "Integration" / Doxey A. Wilkerson --
The Rise and Collapse of the "White Democratic Primary" / Thurgood Marshall --
Negro Registeration in Louisiana / John H. Fenton and Kenneth N. Vines --
The Negro and the Vote: The Case of Texas / Harry Holloway --
Actual Gains and Psychological Losses: The Negro American Protest / Thomas F. Pettigrew --
Negro Protest Leaders in a Southern Community / Lewis M. Killian and Charles U. Smith --
The Functions of Disunity: Negro Leadership in a Southern City / Jack L. Walker --
On the Role of Martin Luther King / August Meier --
Religion: Opiate or Inspiration of Civil Rights Militancy Among Negroes? / Gary T. Marx --
Two Negro Politicians: An Interpretation / James Q. Wilson --
Black Power in America / Martin Duberman --
Negro Retaliatory Violence in the Twentieth Century / Elliot Rudwick and August Meier --
The Negro Offender: An Urban Research Project / William M. Kephart --
Racial Integration in the Armed Forces / Charles C. Moskos, Jr --
Folkways and Classways Within the Black Ghetto / St. Clair Drake --
Crucible of Identity: The Negro Lower-Class Family / Lee Rainwater --
The Rhetoric of Soul: Identification in Negro Society / Ulf Hannerz --
Race Relations in an Urbanized South / Lewis M. Killain and Charles Grigg --
Is the Negro and Immigrant Group? / Karl E. and Alma F. Taeuber.
Series Title: Studies in American Negro life.
Responsibility: edited by August Meier & Elliott Rudwick.

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