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The Harvard Guide to African-American History

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MIXED MEDIA

$184.50 • £132.95 • €166.00

ISBN 9780674002760

Publication Date: 06/25/2001

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960 pages

6-1/2 x 10 inches

1 table

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  • Foreword by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
  • “On the Evolution of Scholarship in Afro-American History,” by John Hope Franklin
  • Editors’ Introduction
  • Acknowledgments
  • I. Historical Research Aids and Materials
    • 1. Bibliography [Richard Newman]
    • 2. Reference Works [Barbara A. Burg and Randall K. Burkett]
    • 3. Internet Sources [Raquel Von Cogell]
    • 4. Manuscript Collections [Earl Lewis and Marya McQuirtir]
    • 5. Primary Sources on Microform [Nathaniel Bunker]
    • 6. Newspapers and Selected Periodicals [James P. Danky]
    • 7. Government Documents [Debra Newman Ham]
    • 8. Oral History [Elinor Des Verney Sinnette]
    • 9. Art [Berry Kaplan Gubert and John Gennari]
    • 10. Music [Portial K. Maultsby]
    • 11. Photography [Deborah Willis]
    • 12. Film and Television [Thomas Cripps]
  • II. Comprehensive and Chronological Histories
    • 13. Comprehensive Studies
    • 14. 1492–1690 [John Thornton]
    • 15. 1690–1772 [Peter H. Wood]
    • 16. 1772–1831 [Gary B. Nash]
    • 17. 1831–1865 (South) [Stephanie Shaw]
    • 18. 1831–1865 (North) [Richard J. M. Blackett]
    • 19. 1865–1877 [Eric Foner]
    • 20. 1877–1915 [Leon F. Litwack]
    • 21. 1915–1932 [Joe W. Trotter]
    • 22. 1932–1945 [Nancy L. Grant and Darlene Clark Hine]
    • 23. 1945–1968 [Clayborne Carson]
    • 24. 1968–1999 [John H. Bracey, Adam Biggs, and Corey Walker]
  • III. Histories of Special Subjects
    • 25. Women [Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham]
    • 26. Geographical Areas
    • 27. Autobiography and Biography [Randall K. Burkett, Leon F. Litwack, and Richard Newman]
  • Contributors
  • Author Index

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