Reich, Steven.

The Great Black Migration. - Santa Barbara : ABC-CLIO, 2014. - 1 online resource (492 p.) - eBooks on Demand .

Cover; Contents; List of Entries; List of Primary Documents; Guide to Related Topics; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; The Great Migration Chronology; The Encyclopedia; A; African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church; American Federation of Labor (AFL); Appalachia; Atlanta, Georgia; B; Baltimore, Maryland; Baptist Church; Beauty Culture; Black Consumer Market; Black Migration before World War I, Patterns of; Black Press; Black Suburbanization; Blockbusting; Blues; Boll Weevil; C; Caribbean Migration; Chain Migration; Chicago, Illinois; Chicago Defender, The; Cincinnati, Ohio Civil Rights MovementCleveland, Ohio; Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO); Cotton Belt; D; Dance Halls and Nightclubs; Demographic Patterns of the Great Black Migration (1915-1940); Demographic Patterns of the Great Black Migration (1940-1970); Detroit, Michigan; DuBois, William Edward Burghardt (1868-1963); E; Electoral Politics; Employment, Black Female Patterns of; Employment, Black Male Patterns of; F; Federal Surveillance of Black Migrants; G; Garvey, Marcus Mosiah, Jr. (1887-1940); Ghettos; Great Migration, Black Opposition to; Great Migration, Causes of Great Migration, White Opposition toGulf South; H; Harlem Renaissance; Hughes, James Mercer Langston (1902-1967); Hurston, Zora Neale (1891-1960); I; Insurers and Insurance Companies; Intraracial Class Conflict; J; Jazz; Johnson, Charles Spurgeon (1893-1956); L; Labor Agents; Lawrence, Jacob (1917-2000); Literature, the Great Migration in; Los Angeles, California; Lynching; M; Masculinity; Miami, Florida; Migrants, Economic Characteristics of; Migrants, Expectations of; Migrants, Social Characteristics of; Military Service, World War I; Military Service, World War II; Mississippi River Delta NNation of Islam; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); National Urban League (NUL); Negro Leagues; New York City; Northeastern States, Black Migration to; Nurses; O; Occupational Mobility; Organized Labor; P; Packinghouse Workers and Unions; Pentecostalism; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Physicians; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Political Activism (1915-1945); Political Realignment; Public Housing; R; Racial Violence and World War II; Railroads; Randolph, Asa Philip (1889-1979); Red Summer of 1919; Restrictive Covenants; Return Migration; S; Skilled Workers; Sport SteelworkersStorefront Churches; Swing; U; Unemployment; Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA); Urban Crisis of the 1960s; Urban Renewal; V; Visual Arts, the Great Migration in; W; Wartime Mobilization, World War II; Washington, DC; Western States, Black Migration to; White Flight; Women; Woodson, Carter Godwin (1875-1950); Primary Documents; Selected Bibliography; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; X; Y; Z; About the Editor

Treating broad themes as well as specific topics, this guide to the Great Black Migration will introduce high school students to a touchstone critical to shaping the history of African Americans in the United States.

9781610696661 155.75 (NL)

African Americans -- Migrations -- History -- 20th century -- Encyclopedias.
Migration, Internal -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Encyclopedias.
Rural-urban migration -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Encyclopedias.

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