progress of Afro-American women

a selected bibliography and resource guide by Janet L. Sims-Wood

Publisher: Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn

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  • African American women -- Bibliography.
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    Includes index.

    Statementcompiled by Janet L. Sims ; foreword by Bettye Thomas.
    LC ClassificationsZ1361.N39 S52, E185.86 S52
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 378 p. ;
    Number of Pages378
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4405893M
    ISBN 100313220832
    LC Control Number79008948

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Covering the period between the s and the turn of the century, this study of 19th century narratives depicts an era of intense cultural and political activity when Afro-American women first 3/5(1). "Introduction: Pictures and Progress", Pictures and Progress: Early Photography and the Making of African American Identity, Maurice O. Wallace, Shawn Michelle Smith. The First Century of Afro-American Autobiography, – A Bondswoman of Olden Time, with a History of Her Labors and Correspondence Drawn from Her Book of Life.   Blood Rituals: Consequences of Slavery in Two American Centuries, by Orlando PattersonThe title of Orlando Patterson’s book refers most immediately to the racially motivated lynchings in the old South, which he discusses in the second of the three interlocking essays that make up the text. But it also may speak sharply to the quasi-ritualistic categories in which current ideological . Best Sellers. Things About African American History - trade paperback $ Adinkra Snowflake Ornaments (set of 6) $ African American Crosswords & Pencil Puzzles $

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Progress of a race; or, The remarkable advancement of the Afro-American Negro from the bondage of slavery, ignorance and poverty, to the freedom of citizenship, intelligence, affluence, honor and trust Henry F.

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In his Afro-American Encyclopaedia (), James T. Haley has collected a vast assortment of historical and contemporary information pertaining to African Americans at the end of the 19th century. Haley has compiled this book in order "to meet the wants of the Negro, who is desirous of knowing more of the history of his race, and the achievements of its great men and women.".

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L. Nichols & Co. Co-authored by William Henry Crogman, a professor at Clark University in Atlanta.