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A biography of E. Azalia Smith Hackley, 1867-1922, African-American singer and social activist

Author: Lisa Pertillar Brevard
Publisher: Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, ©2001.
Series: Black studies, v. 14.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Biographies
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Brevard, Lisa Pertillar.
Biography of E. Azalia Smith Hackley, 1867-1922, African-American singer and social activist.
Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, ©2001
(OCoLC)639395852
Named Person: E Azalia Hackley; E Azalia Hackley
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Pertillar Brevard
ISBN: 0773475753 9780773475755 0889462208 9780889462205
OCLC Number: 45002185
Description: viii, 390 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Richard A. Long --
Introduction: "Tedious Journeys: Mapping African-American Spirituals and Madame E. Azalia Hackley (1867-1922)" / Lisa Pertillar Brevard --
Madame Emma Azalia Smith Hackley (1867-1922): The Lady and Her Legacy / Lisa Pertillar Brevard --
"A Charge to Keep I Have": Azalia's Early Years (1867-1894) --
"Go In The Wilderness": Denver (1894-1900) --
"Gospel Train": Philadelphia and The Washington Conservatory of Music (1900-1915) --
"Let Us Cheer The Weary Traveler": Jim Crow Cars and Beyond--Paris, London, Tokyo (1916-1920) --
"Balm In Gilead": Madame Hackley's Last Days (1920-1922) --
"The Soul and Grit of a Colored Prima Donna: Madame E. Azalia Hackley as Journalist" / Lisa Pertillar Brevard --
"Hints to Young Colored Artists," (New York Age, 1914-1915) / E. Azalia Hackley --
"Lessons Before Dying: Madame Hackley's The Colored Girl Beautiful (1916)" / Lisa Pertillar Brevard --
The Colored Girl Beautiful (1916) / E. Azalia Hackley --
A Scrapbook of Madame E. Azalia Hackley --
Author's Note and Photographs of Madame E. Azalia Hackley --
"Report on Scholarship for 1908" / E. Azalia Hackley --
Correspondence Between E. Azalia Hackley and James Weldon Johnson (June 6, 1915 through October 21, 1915) --
Advertisements --
The New York Age Salutes Madame Hackley (Obituary by Lucien H. White, December 23, 1922) --
"Chronology" / Lisa Pertillar Brevard --
A Guide in Voice Culture (1909) / E. Azalia Hackley --
Sheet Music: "Carola, A Serenade" (1918) / E. Azalia Hackley.
Series Title: Black studies, v. 14.
Responsibility: Lisa Pertillar Brevard.

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