4 edition of The State of Afro-American History found in the catalog.
September 1, 1989
by Louisiana State University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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The State of Afro-American History is an authoritative and provocative examination of the Afro-American experience during slavery and since : Darlene Clark Hine. The effect of this dynamic on The State of Afro-American History is furthered by the essays' interactive structure: various pieces build on and critique other essays.
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Afro-American history is a relatively recent field of study, and the scholars represented in this book are only the fourth generation to pursue it. Earlier scholars have. The State of Afro-American History is an authoritative and provocative examination of the Afro-American experience during slavery and since : Paperback.
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/ Thomas C. Holt --I: Prologue --On the evolution of scholarship in Afro-American history / John Hope Franklin --II: Slavery studies --The African in the garden: reflecions about New World slavery and its lifelines / Leslie H. Owens --III: Emancipation studies --The difference freedom made: the emancipation of Afro-Americans / Armstead L.
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