The Journal of Negro History, Volume 1, January 1916
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The Journal of Negro History, Volume 1, January 1916

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  • The Journal of Negro History
    • Carter G. Woodson
      • VOL. I., No. 1 JANUARY, 1916
      • PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
    • VOL. I., No. 1 JANUARY, 1916
    • PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
    • Contents
      • THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NEGRO LIFE AND HISTORY, INCORPORATED
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      • 25 Cents A Copy $1.00 A Year
    • THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NEGRO LIFE AND HISTORY, INCORPORATED
      • 25 Cents A Copy $1.00 A Year
    • 25 Cents A Copy $1.00 A Year
    • The Negroes of Cincinnati Prior to the Civil War
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • The Story of Maria Louise Moore and Fannie M. Richards1
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • The Passing Tradition and the African Civilization
    • The Mind of the African Negro as Reflected in His Proverbs
      • Proverbs Based on the Observation of Animals
      • Footnote
    • Proverbs Based on the Observation of Animals
    • Footnote
    • What the Negro Was Thinking During the Eighteenth Century
      • Essay on Negro Slavery1
        • No. 1
      • No. 1
      • Essay on Negro Slavery
        • No. II
      • No. II
      • Letter on Slavery by a Negro
      • Remarkable Speech of Adahoonzou, King of Dahomey, an Interior Nation of Africa, on Hearing What Was Passing in England Respecting the Slave Trade
      • Footnotes
    • Essay on Negro Slavery1
      • No. 1
    • No. 1
    • Essay on Negro Slavery
      • No. II
    • No. II
    • Letter on Slavery by a Negro
    • Remarkable Speech of Adahoonzou, King of Dahomey, an Interior Nation of Africa, on Hearing What Was Passing in England Respecting the Slave Trade
    • Footnotes
    • Letters Showing the Rise and Progress of the Early Negro Churches of Georgia and the West Indies1
      • An Account of Several Baptist Churches, Consisting Chiefly of Negro Slaves: Particularly of One at Kingston, in Jamaica; and Another at Savannah in Georgia
        • To the Rev. Mr. John Rippon
      • To the Rev. Mr. John Rippon
      • Footnotes
      • Sketches of the Black Baptist Church at Savannah, in Georgia; and of Their Minister Andrew Bryan, Extracted from Several Letters
      • Footnotes
      • Account of the Negro Church at Savannah, and of Two Negro Ministers
      • From the Rev. Abraham Marshall, Who Formed the Negro Church at Savannah, to Mr. Rippon
      • State of the Negroes in Jamaica
      • Letter to Dr. Rippon
    • An Account of Several Baptist Churches, Consisting Chiefly of Negro Slaves: Particularly of One at Kingston, in Jamaica; and Another at Savannah in Georgia
      • To the Rev. Mr. John Rippon
    • To the Rev. Mr. John Rippon
    • Footnotes
    • Sketches of the Black Baptist Church at Savannah, in Georgia; and of Their Minister Andrew Bryan, Extracted from Several Letters
    • Footnotes
    • Account of the Negro Church at Savannah, and of Two Negro Ministers
    • From the Rev. Abraham Marshall, Who Formed the Negro Church at Savannah, to Mr. Rippon
    • State of the Negroes in Jamaica
    • Letter to Dr. Rippon
    • Book Reviews
    • Notes
  • The Journal of Negro History
    • Carter G. Woodson
      • VOL. I., No. 2 April, 1916
      • PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
    • VOL. I., No. 2 April, 1916
    • PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
    • Contents
      • THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NEGRO LIFE AND HISTORY, INCORPORATED
    • THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NEGRO LIFE AND HISTORY, INCORPORATED
    • The Historic Background of the Negro Physician
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • The Negro Soldier in the American Revolution
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • Freedom and Slavery in Appalachian America
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • Antar, the Arabian Negro Warrior, Poet and Hero
      • Footnotes
        • A Fair Lady
        • The Battle
      • A Fair Lady
      • The Battle
    • Footnotes
      • A Fair Lady
      • The Battle
    • A Fair Lady
    • The Battle
    • Documents
    • Eighteenth Century Slaves as Advertised by Their Masters
      • Learning a Modern Language
      • Learning to Read and Write
      • Educated Negroes
      • Slaves in Good Circumstances
      • Negroes Brought from the West Indies
      • Various Kinds of Servants
      • Negro Privateers and Soldiers Prior to the American Revolution
      • Relations Between the Slaves and the British During the Revolutionary War
      • Relations Between the Slaves and the French During the Colonial Wars
      • Colored Methodist Preachers Among the Slaves
      • Slaves in Other Professions
      • Close Relations of the Slaves and Indentured Servants
    • Learning a Modern Language
    • Learning to Read and Write
    • Educated Negroes
    • Slaves in Good Circumstances
    • Negroes Brought from the West Indies
    • Various Kinds of Servants
    • Negro Privateers and Soldiers Prior to the American Revolution
    • Relations Between the Slaves and the British During the Revolutionary War
    • Relations Between the Slaves and the French During the Colonial Wars
    • Colored Methodist Preachers Among the Slaves
    • Slaves in Other Professions
    • Close Relations of the Slaves and Indentured Servants
    • Reviews of Books
    • Notes
    • How the Public Received The Journal of Negro History
  • The Journal of Negro History
    • Carter G. Woodson
      • VOL. I., No. 3 June, 1916
      • PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
    • VOL. I., No. 3 June, 1916
    • PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
    • Contents
      • THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NEGRO LIFE AND HISTORY, INCORPORATED
    • THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NEGRO LIFE AND HISTORY, INCORPORATED
    • Colored Freemen as Slave Owners in Virginia1
      • The Existence of Black Masters after Colonial Times
      • A Truly Benevolent Slavery
      • Footnotes
    • The Existence of Black Masters after Colonial Times
    • A Truly Benevolent Slavery
    • Footnotes
    • The Fugitives of the Pearl
      • The Edmonsons
      • Footnotes
    • The Edmonsons
    • Footnotes
    • Lorenzo Dow1
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • The Attitude of the Free Negro Toward African Colonization
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • Documents
      • Transplanting Free Negroes To Ohio From 1815 To 18581
        • COMMUNICATED
        • "NEW STYLE COLONIZATION
        • "FREEDOM IN A FREE STATE
        • (From the Colonizationist)
        • "THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA
      • COMMUNICATED
      • "NEW STYLE COLONIZATION
      • "FREEDOM IN A FREE STATE
      • (From the Colonizationist)
      • "THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA
      • Footnotes
      • A Typical Colonization Convention
        • Convention of Free Colored People
        • Emigration of the Colored Race
        • Circular
        • Proceedings of the Convention of Free Colored People of the State of Maryland
      • Convention of Free Colored People
      • Emigration of the Colored Race
      • Circular
      • Proceedings of the Convention of Free Colored People of the State of Maryland
    • Transplanting Free Negroes To Ohio From 1815 To 18581
      • COMMUNICATED
      • "NEW STYLE COLONIZATION
      • "FREEDOM IN A FREE STATE
      • (From the Colonizationist)
      • "THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA
    • COMMUNICATED
    • "NEW STYLE COLONIZATION
    • "FREEDOM IN A FREE STATE
    • (From the Colonizationist)
    • "THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA
    • Footnotes
    • A Typical Colonization Convention
      • Convention of Free Colored People
      • Emigration of the Colored Race
      • Circular
      • Proceedings of the Convention of Free Colored People of the State of Maryland
    • Convention of Free Colored People
    • Emigration of the Colored Race
    • Circular
    • Proceedings of the Convention of Free Colored People of the State of Maryland
    • Reviews of Books
    • Notes
      • AN INTERESTING COMMENT
    • AN INTERESTING COMMENT
  • The Journal of Negro History
    • Carter G. Woodson
      • VOL. I., No. 4 October, 1916
      • PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
    • VOL. I., No. 4 October, 1916
    • PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
    • Contents
    • The Work of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts Among the Negroes in the Colonies
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • People of Color in Louisiana
      • Part I
      • Footnotes
    • Part I
    • Footnotes
    • The Defeat of the Secessionists in Kentucky in 1861
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • Notes on Negroes in Guatemala During the Seventeenth Century
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • A Mulatto Corsair of the Sixteenth Century
    • Documents
    • Travelers' Impressions of Slavery in America from 1750 to 1800
      • Burnaby's View of the Situation in Virginia
      • Impressions of an English Traveler
      • Abbé Robin on Conditions in Virginia
      • Observations of St. John de Crèvecoeur
      • Impressions of Johann D. Schoepf
      • Extracts from Anburey's Travels through North America
      • Vindication of the Negroes: A Controversy
        • Footnotes
      • Footnotes
      • Sur L'état Général, Le Genre D'industrie, Les Moeurs, Le Caractère, Etc. Des Noirs, Dans Les États-unis
        • Footnotes
      • Footnotes
      • Slavery as Seen by Henry Wansey
      • Esclavage Par La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt
      • Observations Sur l'Esclavage Par La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt
      • What Isaac Weld Observed in Slave States
      • John Davis's Thoughts on Slavery
      • Observations of Robert Sutcliff
      • Some Letters of Richard Allen and Absalom Jones to Dorothy Ripley
        • Letter from an African Minister, resident in Philadelphia Addressed to Dorothy Ripley
        • Letter from an African, resident in Philadelphia, to Dorothy Ripley
        • Footnotes
      • Letter from an African Minister, resident in Philadelphia Addressed to Dorothy Ripley
      • Letter from an African, resident in Philadelphia, to Dorothy Ripley
      • Footnotes
    • Burnaby's View of the Situation in Virginia
    • Impressions of an English Traveler
    • Abbé Robin on Conditions in Virginia
    • Observations of St. John de Crèvecoeur
    • Impressions of Johann D. Schoepf
    • Extracts from Anburey's Travels through North America
    • Vindication of the Negroes: A Controversy
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • Sur L'état Général, Le Genre D'industrie, Les Moeurs, Le Caractère, Etc. Des Noirs, Dans Les États-unis
      • Footnotes
    • Footnotes
    • Slavery as Seen by Henry Wansey
    • Esclavage Par La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt
    • Observations Sur l'Esclavage Par La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt
    • What Isaac Weld Observed in Slave States
    • John Davis's Thoughts on Slavery
    • Observations of Robert Sutcliff
    • Some Letters of Richard Allen and Absalom Jones to Dorothy Ripley
      • Letter from an African Minister, resident in Philadelphia Addressed to Dorothy Ripley
      • Letter from an African, resident in Philadelphia, to Dorothy Ripley
      • Footnotes
    • Letter from an African Minister, resident in Philadelphia Addressed to Dorothy Ripley
    • Letter from an African, resident in Philadelphia, to Dorothy Ripley
    • Footnotes
    • Book Reviews
    • Notes
      • A Happy Suggestion
    • A Happy Suggestion
    • Index to Volume I.
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