The Journal of Negro History, Volume 8, 1923
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The Journal of Negro History, Volume 8, 1923

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Table of Contents
  • THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY
  • CONTENTS OF VOLUME VIII
  • THE EDUCATIONAL EFFORTS OF THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU AND FREEDMEN'S AID SOCIETIES IN SOUTH CAROLINA, 1862-1872[1]
    • Introduction
    • The Port Royal Experiment
    • Organization and Relationship
    • Establishment and Work of Schools
    • Difficulties and Complications.
    • Self-Help and Labor Among the Freedmen
    • Conclusion
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • THE RELIGION OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO SLAVE: HIS ATTITUDE TOWARD LIFE AND DEATH
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • PRUDENCE CRANDALL
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • DOCUMENTS
    • EXTRACTS FROM NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES
    • ANNA MURRAY-DOUGLASS—MY MOTHER AS I RECALL HER[1]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FREDERICK DOUGLASS IN IRELAND
  • BOOK REVIEWS
  • NOTES
  • THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NEGRO LIFE AND HISTORY
  • THE TEACHING OF NEGRO HISTORY[1]
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • NEGRO BIOGRAPHY[1]
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • HAITI AND THE UNITED STATES[A]
    • Introductory
    • Survey of Haiti
    • Survey of Santo Domingo
    • Early International Relations
    • The United States in the Larger Canal Zone
    • American Seas a Commercial Center
    • Haiti's Commercial Position
    • Summary
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • PAUL CUFFE[A]
    • CHAPTER I
      • Early Life
      • A Sea Captain
      • Family Affairs
    • Early Life
    • A Sea Captain
    • Family Affairs
    • CHAPTER II
      • Problems of Citizenship
    • Problems of Citizenship
    • CHAPTER III
      • The Redemption of Africa
    • The Redemption of Africa
    • CHAPTER IV
      • In England
    • In England
    • CHAPTER V
      • The Return to America
    • The Return to America
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Quaker Mission
    • A Quaker Mission
    • CHAPTER VII
      • Pathfinder in Negro Colonization
    • Pathfinder in Negro Colonization
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • Afro-American Interests
    • Afro-American Interests
    • CHAPTER IX
      • A Friend in Need
    • A Friend in Need
    • CHAPTER X
      • The Pale Messenger
      • One Hundred Years After
    • The Pale Messenger
    • One Hundred Years After
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • DOCUMENTS
    • The Will of Paul Cuffe
  • BOOK REVIEWS
  • NOTES
    • Spring Conference
  • NEGRO SERVITUDE IN THE UNITED STATES[A]
    • Servitude Distinguished from Slavery
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • Negro Servitude and its Priority in other Colonies
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • The Transition from White Servitude to Slavery
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • The Gradual Transition of Negro Servitude into Negro Slavery
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • THREE ELEMENTS OF AFRICAN CULTURE
    • I. Ethics
    • II. Art
    • III. Government
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • METHODISM AND THE NEGRO IN THE UNITED STATES
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • NOTES ON THE SLAVE IN NOUVELLE-FRANCE
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • DOCUMENTS
    • Banishment of the People of Colour from Cincinnati
    • First Protest against Slavery in the United States
    • A Negro Pioneer in the West
    • Concerning the Origin of Wilberforce
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • COMMUNICATIONS
    • The Education of the Negro
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • BOOK REVIEWS
  • NOTES
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE SPRING CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NEGRO LIFE AND HISTORY HELD IN BALTIMORE, APRIL 5TH AND 6TH, 1923
  • ABRAM HANNIBAL, THE FAVORITE OF PETER THE GREAT
  • THE MOVEMENT OF NEGROES FROM THE EAST TO THE GULF STATES FROM 1830 TO 1850
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • NEGROES IN DOMESTIC SERVICE IN THE UNITED STATES[A]
    • Introduction
    • I. Number and Sex of Negroes in Domestic and Personal Service
    • II. Age and Marital Condition of Negroes in Domestic and Personal Service
    • III. Turnover, Training, and Efficiency of Negro Domestic and Personal Service Workers
      • Training of White Domestic and Personal Service Workers
      • Training of Negro Domestic Workers
    • Training of White Domestic and Personal Service Workers
    • Training of Negro Domestic Workers
    • IV. Wages, Hours, and Specific Occupations
      • Hours of Negro Domestic Workers
      • Specific Occupations of Negro Domestic Workers
    • Hours of Negro Domestic Workers
    • Specific Occupations of Negro Domestic Workers
    • V. Living Conditions, Health, Social Life, Organizations of Negro Domestic Workers, and Their Relation to Employment Agencies
      • The Health of Negro Domestic Workers
      • Social Life of Negro Domestic Workers
      • Organization of Domestic Workers
      • Relation of Negro Domestic Service to Employment Agencies
    • The Health of Negro Domestic Workers
    • Social Life of Negro Domestic Workers
    • Organization of Domestic Workers
    • Relation of Negro Domestic Service to Employment Agencies
    • Summary and Conclusions
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • DOCUMENTS
    • Documents and Comments on Benefit of Clergy as Applied to Slaves
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • COMMUNICATIONS
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • BOOK REVIEWS
  • NOTES
  • ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR
    • Various Interests
    • Research
    • The Staff
    • FOOTNOTES:
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