A Social History of the American Negro Being a History of the Negro Problem in the United States. Including A History and Study of the Republic of Liberia
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A Social History of the American Negro Being a History of the Negro Problem in the United States. Including A History and Study of the Republic of Liberia

By Benjamin Griffith Brawley
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  • A SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE American Negro
    • A HISTORY OF THE NEGRO PROBLEM IN THE UNITED STATES
      • INCLUDING A HISTORY AND STUDY OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA
        • TO THE MEMORY OF
      • TO THE MEMORY OF
      • NORWOOD PENROSE HALLOWELL
        • PATRIOT 1839-1914
      • PATRIOT 1839-1914
    • INCLUDING A HISTORY AND STUDY OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA
      • TO THE MEMORY OF
    • TO THE MEMORY OF
    • NORWOOD PENROSE HALLOWELL
      • PATRIOT 1839-1914
    • PATRIOT 1839-1914
    • CONTENTS
      • CHAPTER I
      • THE COMING OF NEGROES TO AMERICA
      • CHAPTER II
      • THE NEGRO IN THE COLONIES
      • CHAPTER III
      • THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA
      • CHAPTER IV
      • THE NEW WEST, THE SOUTH, AND THE WEST INDIES
      • CHAPTER V
      • INDIAN AND NEGRO
      • CHAPTER VI
      • EARLY APPROACH TO THE NEGRO PROBLEM
      • CHAPTER VII
      • THE NEGRO REPLY—I: REVOLT
      • CHAPTER VIII
      • THE NEGRO REPLY—II: ORGANIZATION AND AGITATION
      • CHAPTER IX
      • LIBERIA
      • CHAPTER X
      • THE NEGRO A NATIONAL ISSUE
      • CHAPTER XI
      • SOCIAL PROGRESS, 1820-1860
      • CHAPTER XII
      • THE CIVIL WAR AND EMANCIPATION
      • CHAPTER XIII
      • THE ERA OF ENFRANCHISEMENT
      • CHAPTER XIV
      • THE NEGRO IN THE NEW SOUTH
      • CHAPTER XV
      • "THE VALE OF TEARS," 1890-1910
      • CHAPTER XVI
      • THE NEGRO IN THE NEW AGE
      • CHAPTER XVII
      • THE NEGRO PROBLEM
    • CHAPTER I
    • THE COMING OF NEGROES TO AMERICA
    • CHAPTER II
    • THE NEGRO IN THE COLONIES
    • CHAPTER III
    • THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA
    • CHAPTER IV
    • THE NEW WEST, THE SOUTH, AND THE WEST INDIES
    • CHAPTER V
    • INDIAN AND NEGRO
    • CHAPTER VI
    • EARLY APPROACH TO THE NEGRO PROBLEM
    • CHAPTER VII
    • THE NEGRO REPLY—I: REVOLT
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • THE NEGRO REPLY—II: ORGANIZATION AND AGITATION
    • CHAPTER IX
    • LIBERIA
    • CHAPTER X
    • THE NEGRO A NATIONAL ISSUE
    • CHAPTER XI
    • SOCIAL PROGRESS, 1820-1860
    • CHAPTER XII
    • THE CIVIL WAR AND EMANCIPATION
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • THE ERA OF ENFRANCHISEMENT
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • THE NEGRO IN THE NEW SOUTH
    • CHAPTER XV
    • "THE VALE OF TEARS," 1890-1910
    • CHAPTER XVI
    • THE NEGRO IN THE NEW AGE
    • CHAPTER XVII
    • THE NEGRO PROBLEM
    • PREFACE
  • SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO
    • CHAPTER I
      • THE COMING OF NEGROES TO AMERICA
        • 1. African Origins
        • 2. The Negro in Spanish Exploration
        • 3. Development of the Slave-Trade
        • 4. Planting of Slavery in the Colonies
        • 5. The Wake of the Slave-Ship
      • 1. African Origins
      • 2. The Negro in Spanish Exploration
      • 3. Development of the Slave-Trade
      • 4. Planting of Slavery in the Colonies
      • 5. The Wake of the Slave-Ship
    • THE COMING OF NEGROES TO AMERICA
      • 1. African Origins
      • 2. The Negro in Spanish Exploration
      • 3. Development of the Slave-Trade
      • 4. Planting of Slavery in the Colonies
      • 5. The Wake of the Slave-Ship
    • 1. African Origins
    • 2. The Negro in Spanish Exploration
    • 3. Development of the Slave-Trade
    • 4. Planting of Slavery in the Colonies
    • 5. The Wake of the Slave-Ship
    • CHAPTER II
      • THE NEGRO IN THE COLONIES
        • 1. Servitude and Slavery
        • 2. The Indian, the Mulatto, and the Free Negro
        • 3. First Effort for Social Betterment
        • 4. Early Insurrections
      • 1. Servitude and Slavery
      • 2. The Indian, the Mulatto, and the Free Negro
      • 3. First Effort for Social Betterment
      • 4. Early Insurrections
    • THE NEGRO IN THE COLONIES
      • 1. Servitude and Slavery
      • 2. The Indian, the Mulatto, and the Free Negro
      • 3. First Effort for Social Betterment
      • 4. Early Insurrections
    • 1. Servitude and Slavery
    • 2. The Indian, the Mulatto, and the Free Negro
    • 3. First Effort for Social Betterment
    • 4. Early Insurrections
    • CHAPTER III
      • THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA
        • 1. Sentiment in England and America
        • 2. The Negro in the War
        • 3. The Northwest Territory and the Constitution
        • 4. Early Steps toward Abolition
        • 5. Beginning of Racial Consciousness
      • 1. Sentiment in England and America
      • 2. The Negro in the War
      • 3. The Northwest Territory and the Constitution
      • 4. Early Steps toward Abolition
      • 5. Beginning of Racial Consciousness
    • THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA
      • 1. Sentiment in England and America
      • 2. The Negro in the War
      • 3. The Northwest Territory and the Constitution
      • 4. Early Steps toward Abolition
      • 5. Beginning of Racial Consciousness
    • 1. Sentiment in England and America
    • 2. The Negro in the War
    • 3. The Northwest Territory and the Constitution
    • 4. Early Steps toward Abolition
    • 5. Beginning of Racial Consciousness
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE NEW WEST, THE SOUTH, AND THE WEST INDIES
        • 1. The Cotton-Gin, the New Southwest, and the First Fugitive Slave Law
        • 2. Toussaint L'Ouverture, Louisiana, and the Formal Closing of the Slave-Trade
        • 3. Gabriel's Insurrection and the Rise of the Negro Problem
      • 1. The Cotton-Gin, the New Southwest, and the First Fugitive Slave Law
      • 2. Toussaint L'Ouverture, Louisiana, and the Formal Closing of the Slave-Trade
      • 3. Gabriel's Insurrection and the Rise of the Negro Problem
    • THE NEW WEST, THE SOUTH, AND THE WEST INDIES
      • 1. The Cotton-Gin, the New Southwest, and the First Fugitive Slave Law
      • 2. Toussaint L'Ouverture, Louisiana, and the Formal Closing of the Slave-Trade
      • 3. Gabriel's Insurrection and the Rise of the Negro Problem
    • 1. The Cotton-Gin, the New Southwest, and the First Fugitive Slave Law
    • 2. Toussaint L'Ouverture, Louisiana, and the Formal Closing of the Slave-Trade
    • 3. Gabriel's Insurrection and the Rise of the Negro Problem
    • CHAPTER V
      • INDIAN AND NEGRO
        • 1. Creek, Seminole, and Negro to 1817: The War of 1812
        • 2. First Seminole War and the Treaties of Indian Spring and Fort Moultrie
        • 3. From the Treaty of Fort Moultrie to the Treaty of Payne's Landing
        • 4. Osceola and the Second Seminole War
      • 1. Creek, Seminole, and Negro to 1817: The War of 1812
      • 2. First Seminole War and the Treaties of Indian Spring and Fort Moultrie
      • 3. From the Treaty of Fort Moultrie to the Treaty of Payne's Landing
      • 4. Osceola and the Second Seminole War
    • INDIAN AND NEGRO
      • 1. Creek, Seminole, and Negro to 1817: The War of 1812
      • 2. First Seminole War and the Treaties of Indian Spring and Fort Moultrie
      • 3. From the Treaty of Fort Moultrie to the Treaty of Payne's Landing
      • 4. Osceola and the Second Seminole War
    • 1. Creek, Seminole, and Negro to 1817: The War of 1812
    • 2. First Seminole War and the Treaties of Indian Spring and Fort Moultrie
    • 3. From the Treaty of Fort Moultrie to the Treaty of Payne's Landing
    • 4. Osceola and the Second Seminole War
    • CHAPTER VI
      • EARLY APPROACH TO THE NEGRO PROBLEM
        • 1. The Ultimate Problem and the Missouri Compromise
        • 2. Colonization
        • 3. Slavery
      • 1. The Ultimate Problem and the Missouri Compromise
      • 2. Colonization
      • 3. Slavery
    • EARLY APPROACH TO THE NEGRO PROBLEM
      • 1. The Ultimate Problem and the Missouri Compromise
      • 2. Colonization
      • 3. Slavery
    • 1. The Ultimate Problem and the Missouri Compromise
    • 2. Colonization
    • 3. Slavery
    • CHAPTER VII
      • THE NEGRO REPLY, I: REVOLT
        • 1. Denmark Vesey's Insurrection
        • 2. Nat Turner's Insurrection
        • 3. The "Amistad" and "Creole" Cases
      • 1. Denmark Vesey's Insurrection
      • 2. Nat Turner's Insurrection
      • 3. The "Amistad" and "Creole" Cases
    • THE NEGRO REPLY, I: REVOLT
      • 1. Denmark Vesey's Insurrection
      • 2. Nat Turner's Insurrection
      • 3. The "Amistad" and "Creole" Cases
    • 1. Denmark Vesey's Insurrection
    • 2. Nat Turner's Insurrection
    • 3. The "Amistad" and "Creole" Cases
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • THE NEGRO REPLY, II: ORGANIZATION AND AGITATION
        • 1. Walker's "Appeal"
        • 2. The Convention Movement
        • 3. Sojourner Truth and Woman Suffrage
      • 1. Walker's "Appeal"
      • 2. The Convention Movement
      • 3. Sojourner Truth and Woman Suffrage
    • THE NEGRO REPLY, II: ORGANIZATION AND AGITATION
      • 1. Walker's "Appeal"
      • 2. The Convention Movement
      • 3. Sojourner Truth and Woman Suffrage
    • 1. Walker's "Appeal"
    • 2. The Convention Movement
    • 3. Sojourner Truth and Woman Suffrage
    • CHAPTER IX
      • LIBERIA
        • 1. The Place and the People
        • 2. History
        • 3. International Relations
        • 4. Economic and Social Conditions
      • 1. The Place and the People
      • 2. History
      • 3. International Relations
      • 4. Economic and Social Conditions
    • LIBERIA
      • 1. The Place and the People
      • 2. History
      • 3. International Relations
      • 4. Economic and Social Conditions
    • 1. The Place and the People
    • 2. History
    • 3. International Relations
    • 4. Economic and Social Conditions
    • CHAPTER X
      • THE NEGRO A NATIONAL ISSUE
        • 1. Current Tendencies
        • 2. The Challenge of the Abolitionists
        • 3. The Contest
      • 1. Current Tendencies
      • 2. The Challenge of the Abolitionists
      • 3. The Contest
    • THE NEGRO A NATIONAL ISSUE
      • 1. Current Tendencies
      • 2. The Challenge of the Abolitionists
      • 3. The Contest
    • 1. Current Tendencies
    • 2. The Challenge of the Abolitionists
    • 3. The Contest
    • CHAPTER XI
      • SOCIAL PROGRESS, 1820-1860177
    • SOCIAL PROGRESS, 1820-1860177
    • CHAPTER XII
      • THE CIVIL WAR AND EMANCIPATION
    • THE CIVIL WAR AND EMANCIPATION
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • THE ERA OF ENFRANCHISEMENT
        • 1. The Problem
        • 2. Meeting the Problem
        • 3. Reaction: The KuKlux Klan
        • 4. Counter-Reaction: The Negro Exodus
        • 5. A Postscript on the War and Reconstruction
      • 1. The Problem
      • 2. Meeting the Problem
      • 3. Reaction: The KuKlux Klan
      • 4. Counter-Reaction: The Negro Exodus
      • 5. A Postscript on the War and Reconstruction
    • THE ERA OF ENFRANCHISEMENT
      • 1. The Problem
      • 2. Meeting the Problem
      • 3. Reaction: The KuKlux Klan
      • 4. Counter-Reaction: The Negro Exodus
      • 5. A Postscript on the War and Reconstruction
    • 1. The Problem
    • 2. Meeting the Problem
    • 3. Reaction: The KuKlux Klan
    • 4. Counter-Reaction: The Negro Exodus
    • 5. A Postscript on the War and Reconstruction
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • THE NEGRO IN THE NEW SOUTH
        • 1. Political Life: Disfranchisement
        • 2. Economic Life: Peonage
        • 3. Social Life: Proscription, Lynching
      • 1. Political Life: Disfranchisement
      • 2. Economic Life: Peonage
      • 3. Social Life: Proscription, Lynching
    • THE NEGRO IN THE NEW SOUTH
      • 1. Political Life: Disfranchisement
      • 2. Economic Life: Peonage
      • 3. Social Life: Proscription, Lynching
    • 1. Political Life: Disfranchisement
    • 2. Economic Life: Peonage
    • 3. Social Life: Proscription, Lynching
    • CHAPTER XV
      • "THE VALE OF TEARS," 1890-1910
        • 1. Current Opinion and Tendencies
        • 2. Industrial Education: Booker T. Washington
        • 3. Individual Achievement: The Spanish-American War
        • 4. Mob Violence; Election Troubles; The Atlanta Massacre
        • 5. The Question of Labor
        • 6. Defamation: Brownsville
      • 1. Current Opinion and Tendencies
      • 2. Industrial Education: Booker T. Washington
      • 3. Individual Achievement: The Spanish-American War
      • 4. Mob Violence; Election Troubles; The Atlanta Massacre
      • 5. The Question of Labor
      • 6. Defamation: Brownsville
    • "THE VALE OF TEARS," 1890-1910
      • 1. Current Opinion and Tendencies
      • 2. Industrial Education: Booker T. Washington
      • 3. Individual Achievement: The Spanish-American War
      • 4. Mob Violence; Election Troubles; The Atlanta Massacre
      • 5. The Question of Labor
      • 6. Defamation: Brownsville
    • 1. Current Opinion and Tendencies
    • 2. Industrial Education: Booker T. Washington
    • 3. Individual Achievement: The Spanish-American War
    • 4. Mob Violence; Election Troubles; The Atlanta Massacre
    • 5. The Question of Labor
    • 6. Defamation: Brownsville
    • I
    • II
      • 7. The Dawn of a To-morrow
    • 7. The Dawn of a To-morrow
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • THE NEGRO IN THE NEW AGE
        • 1. Character of the Period
        • 2. Migration; East St. Louis
        • 3. The Great War
        • 4. High Tension: Washington, Chicago, Elaine
        • 5. The Widening Problem
      • 1. Character of the Period
      • 2. Migration; East St. Louis
      • 3. The Great War
      • 4. High Tension: Washington, Chicago, Elaine
      • 5. The Widening Problem
    • THE NEGRO IN THE NEW AGE
      • 1. Character of the Period
      • 2. Migration; East St. Louis
      • 3. The Great War
      • 4. High Tension: Washington, Chicago, Elaine
      • 5. The Widening Problem
    • 1. Character of the Period
    • 2. Migration; East St. Louis
    • 3. The Great War
    • 4. High Tension: Washington, Chicago, Elaine
    • 5. The Widening Problem
    • CHAPTER XVII
      • THE NEGRO PROBLEM
        • 1. World Aspect
        • 2. The Negro in American Life
        • 3. Face to Face
      • 1. World Aspect
      • 2. The Negro in American Life
      • 3. Face to Face
    • THE NEGRO PROBLEM
      • 1. World Aspect
      • 2. The Negro in American Life
      • 3. Face to Face
    • 1. World Aspect
    • 2. The Negro in American Life
    • 3. Face to Face
    • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
        • I. General References
        • II. INDIVIDUAL WORKS
        • III. Special Lists
      • I. General References
      • II. INDIVIDUAL WORKS
      • III. Special Lists
    • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • I. General References
      • II. INDIVIDUAL WORKS
      • III. Special Lists
    • I. General References
    • II. INDIVIDUAL WORKS
    • III. Special Lists
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