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The Negro American; a documentary history

Author: Leslie H Fishel; Benjamin Quarles
Publisher: Glenview, Ill. Scott, Foresman [1967]
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Genre/Form: History
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Fishel, Leslie H.
Negro American.
Glenview, Ill. Scott, Foresman [1967]
(OCoLC)644944669
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie H Fishel; Benjamin Quarles
OCLC Number: 422581
Description: 536 pages illustrations, facsimiles, maps, portraits 24 cm
Contents: From Africa to America --
The status of Negroes in Colonial America --
Concern for the Negro --
The revolutionary philosophy of freedom --
Uncertain trumpet --
Arms-bearers for America --
In his majesty's service --
Postwar federal action --
The early abolitionist impulse --
Emergence of the Negro vanguard --
The internal slave trade --
The pro-slavery argument --
Critical observers of slavery --
Variations in the pattern --
Control of the slave --
Slave attitudes --
The free Negro in the South --
Free Negroes of substance --
The free Negro in the North --
Adjustment and advance --
The new spirit of abolitionism --
The Negro abolitionist --
Abolition's widening influence --
Response of the northern Negro to the outbreak of war --
A war for emancipation --
The Negro serviceman --
Adjustment of the newly freed slave --
The Negro's Lincoln --
Freedom insured --
The Southern view of the freedman and the Negro response --
Reconstruction : a black page? --
Reconstruction : a National problem --
The Negro speaks and acts --
White control and Negro reactions --
Contrasting positions and a new militancy --
The nadir of race relations --
Organized response --
Political impotence --
The Negro at home and war --
Urbanization and race violence --
Flood tide of racism --
The Negro renaissance --
The Negro and the New Deal --
Discrimination in the thirties and forties --
The Truman administration --
Separate is not equal.
Responsibility: [by] Leslie H. Fishel, Jr. [and] Benjamin Quarles.

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