A Review of Hoffman's Race Traits and Tendencies of the American Negro The American Negro Academy. Occasional Papers No. 1
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A Review of Hoffman's Race Traits and Tendencies of the American Negro The American Negro Academy. Occasional Papers No. 1

By Kelly Miller
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  • The American Negro Academy.
    • Occasional Papers, No. 1.
  • A REVIEW
    • of
  • HOFFMAN’S RACE TRAITS AND TENDENCIES OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO,
    • BY
  • KELLY MILLER.
    • Price, Twenty-five Cents.
      • WASHINGTON, D. C. PUBLISHED BY THE ACADEMY. 1897.
      • OCCASIONAL PAPERS.
    • WASHINGTON, D. C. PUBLISHED BY THE ACADEMY. 1897.
    • OCCASIONAL PAPERS.
    • A REVIEW OF HOFFMAN’S RACE TRAITS AND TENDENCIES OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • Colored Population of the United States.
        • Negroes in Cities.
        • Black Belts.
      • Negroes in Cities.
      • Black Belts.
    • Colored Population of the United States.
      • Negroes in Cities.
      • Black Belts.
    • Negroes in Cities.
    • Black Belts.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • Death Rate.
        • Birth Rate.
        • Is the Negro Threatened with Extinction.
        • Mortality among Whites in Southern Cities.[25]
        • Death rate among Negroes in Southern Cities.[27]
        • Annual Death Rate of the Colored Race for three quinquennial periods.[28]
        • Death rate of Colored Soldiers in the U. S. Army.[29]
        • The Northern Negroes.
        • Consumption among Negroes.
        • Death rate per 1000 among Negroes from Consumption.[35]
        • Vital Capacity and Economic Efficiency.
      • Birth Rate.
      • Is the Negro Threatened with Extinction.
      • Mortality among Whites in Southern Cities.[25]
      • Death rate among Negroes in Southern Cities.[27]
      • Annual Death Rate of the Colored Race for three quinquennial periods.[28]
      • Death rate of Colored Soldiers in the U. S. Army.[29]
      • The Northern Negroes.
      • Consumption among Negroes.
      • Death rate per 1000 among Negroes from Consumption.[35]
      • Vital Capacity and Economic Efficiency.
    • Death Rate.
      • Birth Rate.
      • Is the Negro Threatened with Extinction.
      • Mortality among Whites in Southern Cities.[25]
      • Death rate among Negroes in Southern Cities.[27]
      • Annual Death Rate of the Colored Race for three quinquennial periods.[28]
      • Death rate of Colored Soldiers in the U. S. Army.[29]
      • The Northern Negroes.
      • Consumption among Negroes.
      • Death rate per 1000 among Negroes from Consumption.[35]
      • Vital Capacity and Economic Efficiency.
    • Birth Rate.
    • Is the Negro Threatened with Extinction.
    • Mortality among Whites in Southern Cities.[25]
    • Death rate among Negroes in Southern Cities.[27]
    • Annual Death Rate of the Colored Race for three quinquennial periods.[28]
    • Death rate of Colored Soldiers in the U. S. Army.[29]
    • The Northern Negroes.
    • Consumption among Negroes.
    • Death rate per 1000 among Negroes from Consumption.[35]
    • Vital Capacity and Economic Efficiency.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • I. The Mulatto is Physically Inferior to both Parent Races.
        • 2. The Mulatto is Morally Inferior to the Blacks.
        • 3. The Mulatto is Intellectually Superior to the Blacks but Inferior to the Whites.
        • Weight of the Brain of White and Colored Soldiers.[42]
        • Mixed Marriages.
      • 2. The Mulatto is Morally Inferior to the Blacks.
      • 3. The Mulatto is Intellectually Superior to the Blacks but Inferior to the Whites.
      • Weight of the Brain of White and Colored Soldiers.[42]
      • Mixed Marriages.
    • I. The Mulatto is Physically Inferior to both Parent Races.
      • 2. The Mulatto is Morally Inferior to the Blacks.
      • 3. The Mulatto is Intellectually Superior to the Blacks but Inferior to the Whites.
      • Weight of the Brain of White and Colored Soldiers.[42]
      • Mixed Marriages.
    • 2. The Mulatto is Morally Inferior to the Blacks.
    • 3. The Mulatto is Intellectually Superior to the Blacks but Inferior to the Whites.
    • Weight of the Brain of White and Colored Soldiers.[42]
    • Mixed Marriages.
    • CHAPTER V.
      • Religion and Education.
        • Criminal Record.
        • Prisoners in the United States, 1890.[50]
        • Number of prisoners in several southern states (to the million of population.)
        • Rape and Lynching.
        • Social Morality.
        • Colored population.
      • Criminal Record.
      • Prisoners in the United States, 1890.[50]
      • Number of prisoners in several southern states (to the million of population.)
      • Rape and Lynching.
      • Social Morality.
      • Colored population.
    • Religion and Education.
      • Criminal Record.
      • Prisoners in the United States, 1890.[50]
      • Number of prisoners in several southern states (to the million of population.)
      • Rape and Lynching.
      • Social Morality.
      • Colored population.
    • Criminal Record.
    • Prisoners in the United States, 1890.[50]
    • Number of prisoners in several southern states (to the million of population.)
    • Rape and Lynching.
    • Social Morality.
    • Colored population.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • The Negro as a Farm Hand.
        • The Negro as an Industrial Factor.
        • Accumulation of Property.
      • The Negro as an Industrial Factor.
      • Accumulation of Property.
    • The Negro as a Farm Hand.
      • The Negro as an Industrial Factor.
      • Accumulation of Property.
    • The Negro as an Industrial Factor.
    • Accumulation of Property.
    • CHAPTER VII.
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