Chesnutt, Charles W. 1858-1932.

Charles W. Chesnutt : essays and speeches / edited by Joseph R. McElrath, Jr., Robert C. Leitz III, Jesse S. Crisler. - Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1999. - xxxvii, 596 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Etiquette (1881) -- Advantages of a well-conducted literary society (1881) -- Future of the Negro (1882) -- Self-made men (1882) -- Methods of teaching (1882) -- Things to be thankful for (1886) -- Advice to young men (1886) -- Inside view of the Negro question (1889) -- What is a white man? (1889) -- Some uses and abuses of shortland (1889) -- Multitude of counselors (1891) -- Some requisites of a law reporter (1891) -- Resolutions concerning recent southern outrages (1892) -- Competition (1892) -- Why I am a republican *1892) -- Liberty and the franchise (1899) -- Literature in its relation of life (1899) -- On the future of his people (1900) -- Plea for the american Negro (1900) -- Future American: what the race is likely to become in the process of time (1900) -- Future American: a stream of dark blood in the veins of the southern whites (1900) -- Future American: a complete race-amalgamation likely to occur (1900) -- Introduction to temple course reading (1900) -- White and the black (1901) -- Visit to tuskegee (1901) -- Defamer of his race (1901) -- Superstitions and folk-lore of the south (1901) -- Negro's franchise (1901) -- Charles W. Chesnutt's own view of his new story, the narrow of tradition (1901) -- Obliterating the color line (1901) -- Pussy meow: the autobiogrphy of a cat, by S.L. Patteson (1901) -- Free colored people of North Carolina (1902) -- Disfranchisement of the negro (1903) -- Race problem (1904) -- Peonage, or the new slavery (1904) -- For Roosevelt (1904)Literary outlook (1905) -- Race prejudice: its causes and its cures (1905) -- Age of problems (1906) -- rights and duties (1908) -- Courst and the negro (1908) -- Lincoln's courtships (1909) -- Right to jury service (1910) -- Who and why was Samuel Johnson? (1911) -- Abraham Lincoln (1912) -- Status of the negro in the United States (1912) -- Address to the medina coterie (1913) -- Perry centennial (1913) -- race ideals and examples (1913) -- Abraham Lincoln: an appreciation (1913) -- Alexander Dumas (1914) -- Ideal nurse (1914) -- Women's rights (1915) -- Solution for the race problem (1916) -- George Meredith (1916) -- Social discrimination (1916) -- Negro in books (1916) -- Introduction to a reading from an unpublished story (1916) -- Will of John Randolph (1917) -- Address to colored soldiers at grays armory (1917) -- Negro authors (1918) -- Mission of the drama (1920) -- resolutions concerning the recent election (1920) -- Authobiography of Edward, Baron Herbert of Cherbury (1921) -- Remarks of Charles W. Chesnutt before Cleveland chamber of commerce committee on negro migration and its effects (1926) -- Negro in art: how shall he be portrayed? (1926) -- Address before Ohio state (1928) -- Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass (1928) -- Remarks of Charles W. Chesnutt, of Cleveland, in accepting the spingarn medal at Los Angeles (1928) -- Negro in present day fiction (1929) -- Advice for businessmen (1930) -- Negro in Cleveland (1930) -- Post-bellum-pre-harlem (1931) -- Writing oof a novel (undated, after 1899) -- Why do we live? (undated) -- Joseph C. Price, orator and educator: an appreciation (undated after 2 August 1923) -- Term negro (undated, before 2 June 1928).

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African Americans--Civil rights.
African Americans--Social conditions.
American literature--African American authors--History and criticism.
African Americans--Intellectual life.
African Americans in literature.


United States--Race relations.

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