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They followed the trade winds : African Americans in Hawaiʻi

Author: Miles M Jackson
Publisher: Honolulu, Hawaii : University of Hawaii at Manoa, Dept. of Sociology, 2004.
Series: Social process in Hawaii (1979), v. 43.
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They followed the trade winds
(OCoLC)989677770
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Miles M Jackson
ISBN: 0824829654 9780824829650
OCLC Number: 57672088
Description: xxi, 256 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Kiyoshi Ikeda --
Introduction / Miles M. Jackson --
The African Diaspora in Nineteenth-Century Hawaiʻi / Kathryn Waddell Takara --
"There is One Black Man, Anthony D. Allen ..." / Marc Scruggs --
Prelude to a New Century / Miles M. Jackson --
Carlotta Stewart Lai: An African American Teacher in the Territory of Hawaiʻi / Albert S. Broussard --
Cabo Verde, West Africa, and Hawaiʻi / Edgar C. Knowlton, Jr. --
Hawaiʻi: A Multicultural-Multiracial Society or a Fragile Myth? A Look at Contemporary Hawaiʻi from a Black Perspective Based on 2000 U.S. Census / Leon Richards --
The Politics of Change: Law and African Americans in Twentieth- Century Hawaiʻi / Daphne E. Barbee-Wooten and Miles M. Jackson --
Let Us Pray: African Americans in Hawaiʻi and Experiences of Worship / Michael Stephens --
Healing the Sick / Paul Wermager --
A Different Drummer: African Americans in the Military in Hawaiʻi / Miles M. Jackson --
Transitioning to Paradise-A Challenging Journey: African American Military Experiences in Hawaiʻi Public Schools / Kimetta R. Hairston --
Striving Towards Community / Miles M. Jackson --
Labels: A Kanaka Maoli Perspective on the Black Presence in Hawaiʻi, A Conversation / Marsha Rose Joyner and Pōka Lāenui (Hayden Burgess).
Series Title: Social process in Hawaii (1979), v. 43.
Responsibility: Miles M. Jackson, guest editor.
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