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African Americans in the post-emancipation South
This study uses first-hand accounts and documents to view African American life in the post-emancipation South. Spanning from the 1860s through the New Deal this study incorporates a broad cross-section of the views of European travelers and Euro-American visitors from the North. The study synthesizes the outsiders" observations and assesses their summaries" overall validity for increasing our understanding of the lives of blacks in the post-emancipation South. These accounts allow for a reconstruction of African American life and labor in the major aspects of black culture.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-162) and index.
|Statement||Alton Hornsby, Jr|
|LC Classifications||E185.2 .H67 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 171 p.|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||2010922647|
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Spanning from the s through the New Deal this study incorporates a broad cross-section of the views of European travelers and Euro-American visitors from the North, based upon travel books as well as articles and essays from periodicals and scholarly journals.
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