From slavery to freedom : a history of African Americans / John Hope Franklin, Alfred A. Moss, Jr.
By: Franklin, John Hope.
Contributor(s): Moss, Alfred A.Material type: TextPublisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, 1994Edition: 7th ed.Description: xxxiii, 680 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0070219079 (recycled, acid-free paper); 9780070219076 (recycled, acid-free paper); 0679430873; 9780679430872.Report number: 93044726Subject(s): African Americans -- History | Slavery -- United States -- History | Black persons Social conditions | United StatesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: From slavery to freedom.; Online version:: From slavery to freedom.; Online version:: From slavery to freedom.DDC classification: 973/.0496073 Other classification: 15.87 | Epl 1 | Gkl 5 | e Also issued online.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 573-616) and index.
1. Land of Their Ancestors. Ghana. Mali. Songhay. Other States -- 2. The African Way of Life. Political Institutions. Economic Life. Social Organization. Religion. The Arts. The Transplantation of African Culture -- 3. The Slave Trade and the New World. European and Asian Interests. Africans in the New World. The Big Business of Slave Trading. One-Way Passage. Colonial Enterprise in the Caribbean. The Plantation System. Slavery in Mainland Latin America -- 4. Colonial Slavery. Virginia and Maryland. The Carolinas and Georgia. The Middle Colonies. Blacks in Colonial New England -- 5. That All May Be Free. Slavery and the Revolutionary Philosophy. Blacks Fighting for American Independence. The Movement to Manumit Slaves. The Conservative Reaction -- 6. Blacks in the New Republic. The Black Population in 1790. Slavery and the Industrial Revolution. Trouble in the Caribbean. The Closing of the Slave Trade. The Search for Independence -- 7. Blacks and Manifest Destiny. Frontier Influences.
Black Pioneers in the Westward March. The War of 1812. Emergence of the Cotton Kingdom. The Domestic Slave Trade. Persistence of the African Trade -- 8. That Peculiar Institution. Scope and Extent. The Slave Codes. Plantation Scene. Nonagricultural Pursuits. Social Considerations. The Slave's Reaction to Bondage -- 9. Quasi-Free Blacks. American Anomaly. Economic and Social Development. The Struggle in the North and West. Colonization -- 10. Slavery and Intersectional Strife. The North Attacks. Black Abolitionists. The Underground Railroad. The South Strikes Back. Stress and Strain in the 1850s -- 11. Civil War. Uncertain Federal Policy. Moving toward Freedom. Confederate Policy. Blacks Fighting for the Union. Victory! -- 12. The Effort to Attain Peace. Reconstruction and the Nation. Conflicting Policies. Relief and Rehabilitation. Economic Adjustment. Political Currents -- 13. Losing the Peace. The Struggle for Domination. The Overthrow of Reconstruction. The Movement for Disfranchisement.
The Triumph of White Supremacy -- 14. Philanthropy and Self-Help. Northern Philanthropy and African-American Education. The Age of Booker T. Washington. Struggles in the Economic Sphere. Social and Cultural Growth -- 15. The Color Line. The New American Imperialism. America's Empire of Darker Peoples. Urban Problems. The Pattern of Violence. New Solutions for Old Problems -- 16. In Pursuit of Democracy. World War I. The Enlistment of African Americans. Service Overseas. On the Home Front -- 17. Democracy Escapes. The Reaction. The Voice of Protest Rises -- 18. The Harlem Renaissance and the Politics of African-American Culture. Socioeconomic Problems and African-American Literature. Harlem, the Seat and Center. The Circle Widens -- 19. The New Deal. Depression. Political Regeneration. Roosevelt's "Black Cabinet" Government Agencies and Relief for Blacks. Black Labor and the Unions -- 20. The American Dilemma. Trends in Education. Opportunities for Self-Expression. The World of African Americans.
One World or Two? -- 21. Fighting for the Four Freedoms. Arsenal of Democracy. Blacks in the Service. The Home Fires. The United Nations and Human Welfare -- 22. African Americans in the Cold War Era. Progress. Reaction. Urbanization and Its Consequences. Writers and Artists in Later Years. Heard and Seen by Millions -- 23. The Black Revolution. The Road to Revolution. The Beginnings. Marching for Freedom. The Illusion of Equality. Revolution at High Tide. Balance Sheet of the Revolution -- 24. New Forms of Activism. The Reagan Years. A New Economic and Political Thrust. The Bush Quadrennium. Stirrings. African Americans and the World. "On the Pulse of Morning" -- App. The Emancipation Proclamation -- App. Fair Employment Executive Order -- App. Government's Responsibility: Securing the Rights -- App. Brown v. Board of Education -- App. John F. Kennedy: Special Message to the Congress on Civil Rights -- App. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 -- App. The Voting Rights Act of 1965.
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