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The black worker to 1869

Author: Philip Sheldon Foner; Ronald L Lewis
Publisher: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2019.
Series: Black worker, v. 1.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Black worker to 1869.
Philadelphia : Temple University Press, ©1978
(OCoLC)5653387
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Sheldon Foner; Ronald L Lewis
ISBN: 9781439917664 1439917663
OCLC Number: 1112359495
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Part I: Black labor in the old south. Blacks in the crafts and industries of the old south ; Slave craftsman in America ; Industrial slavery ; Hiring-out of slave mechanics Self-purchase by slave mechanics ; A slave mechanic's escape to freedom ; Occupations of free blacks in the south --
Part II: Race relations in old southern industries. The debate over the use of free or slave mechanics ; Petitions and protests of white mechanics against black mechanics ; Free black workers and the law ; Labor violence in black and white ; Observations on race relations --
Part III: Free black labor in the north. Northern free black occupations ; Discrimination against free black workers in the north --
Part IV: Living conditions and race relations in the north. Pauperism ; Colorphobia ; White abolitionists and jobs for free blacks ; Anti-black labor riots ; Northern free black kidnapped and sold into slavery --
Part V: Black workers in specific trades. Free black waiters ; Black seamen ; Black caulkers --
Part VI: The free black workers' response to oppression. Free black uplift : unions, cooperatives, conventions, schools ; Integrate or separate? --
Part VII: The northern black worker during the Civil War. The worsening status of free black workers in the north ; Anti-Negro riots in New York City ; Blacks in the Union Army and Navy ; White northerners anticipate the addition of ex-slaves to the labor force --
Part VIII: Condition of the worker during early Reconstruction. Reconstruction in the south ; Labor discontent in the south ; Condition of black workers in the north during Reconstruction --
Part IX: Exclusion of blacks from white unions during early Reconstruction. Race discrimination in the Cooper's Union, 1868 ; Lewis H. Douglas and the Typographical Union ; Exclusion of blacks from other unions --
Part X: The demand for equality. White labor and black labor : the black viewpoint ; A white labor voice for black equality --
Part XI: Black response to colorphobia. The National Labor Union and black labor, 1866-1869 ; 1869 Convention of the National Labor Union ; The first black labor leader : Isaac Myers, the Baltimore caulkers, and the colored trade unions of Maryland.
Series Title: Black worker, v. 1.
Responsibility: edited by Philip S. Foner and Ronald L. Lewis.

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