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Indiana Blacks in the twentieth century

Indiana Blacks in the twentieth century

Author: Emma Lou Thornbrough; Lana Ruegamer
Publisher: Bloomington, Ind. [u.a.] : Indiana Univ. Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

A sequel to Thornbrough's classic study of African Americans in Indiana.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Emma Lou Thornbrough; Lana Ruegamer
ISBN: 0253337992 9780253337993
OCLC Number: 247649043
Notes: Includes index.
Sequel to: Negro in Indiana before 1900 : a study of a minority, 1993.
Description: x, 286 S
Contents: ContentsEditor's IntroductionChapter 1: The Age of AccommodationChapter 2: The Great Migration and the First World WarChapter 3: The 1920s: Increased SegregationChapter 4: Depression and New DealChapter 5: The Second World WarChapter 6: Postwar Years: Beginnings of Civil Rights MovementChapter 7: School DesegregationChapter 8: The Turbulent 1960sChapter 9: Since 1970 - Advances and RetreatsChapter 10: The Continuing Search for Identity
Responsibility: Emma Lou Thornbrough ; ed. and with a final chapter by Lana Ruegamer.
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The late Emma Lou Thornbrough's study of 20th-century Indiana African Americans reminds us that early in the century blacks suffered through the nadir of a freedom experience that has only gradually Read more...

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