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From slavery to freedom : a history of African Americans, John Hope Franklin, Alfred A. Moss, Jr

Label
From slavery to freedom : a history of African Americans
Title
From slavery to freedom
Title remainder
a history of African Americans
Statement of responsibility
John Hope Franklin, Alfred A. Moss, Jr
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1915-
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Franklin, John Hope
Dewey number
973/.0496073
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E185
LC item number
.F8266 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1943-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Moss, Alfred A.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • African Americans
  • Slavery
Label
From slavery to freedom : a history of African Americans, John Hope Franklin, Alfred A. Moss, Jr
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 637-685) and index
Contents
  • 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 -- African culture in the diaspora -- 3. The slave trade and the new world -- European and Asian interest -- 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 -- Runaways, overland and underground -- 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 people of color -- 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 -- 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 American in the Cold War era -- Progress -- Reaction -- Urbanization and its consequences -- 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. Reaction and progress -- The Reagan years -- A new economic and political thrust -- The Bush quadrennium -- Writers and artists in later years -- Heard and seen by millions -- 25. Half century of change -- Stirrings -- "On the pulse of morning" -- Race-based politics -- Enlarging educational opportunities -- African Americans and the world
Control code
ocm42398001
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
8th ed.
Extent
xxiv, 742 p.
Isbn
9780072295818
Lccn
99047892
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)42398001
Label
From slavery to freedom : a history of African Americans, John Hope Franklin, Alfred A. Moss, Jr
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 637-685) and index
Contents
  • 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 -- African culture in the diaspora -- 3. The slave trade and the new world -- European and Asian interest -- 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 -- Runaways, overland and underground -- 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 people of color -- 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 -- 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 American in the Cold War era -- Progress -- Reaction -- Urbanization and its consequences -- 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. Reaction and progress -- The Reagan years -- A new economic and political thrust -- The Bush quadrennium -- Writers and artists in later years -- Heard and seen by millions -- 25. Half century of change -- Stirrings -- "On the pulse of morning" -- Race-based politics -- Enlarging educational opportunities -- African Americans and the world
Control code
ocm42398001
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
8th ed.
Extent
xxiv, 742 p.
Isbn
9780072295818
Lccn
99047892
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)42398001

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