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The African American experience /

Joe William Trotter, Jr.

Main Author: Trotter, Joe William, 1945-
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2001
Subjects: African-Americans. > History.
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300 |a xvi, 638, 71, 42 p. :  |b ill. (some col.), maps ;  |c 24 cm. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 0 |g pt.ITHE  |t AFRICAN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE: PRELUDE TO A NEW WORLD --   |g pt.I.  |t Before the Atlantic Crossing --   |g pt.IThe  |t Transatlantic Trade, the Plantation System, and Black Labor --   |g pt. II.  |t ENSLAVEMENT, REVOLUTION, AND THE NEW REPUBLIC, 1619-1820 --   |g pt.II.  |t Transition to African Labor --   |g pt.II.  |t Responses to Bondage --   |g pt.II.  |t African Americans and the American Revolution --   |g pt.II.  |t Race, Republicanism, and the Limits of Democracy --   |g pt.IIITHE  |t ANTEBELLUM ERA, EXPANSION OF COTTON CULTURE, AND CIVIL WAR, 1820-1865 --   |g pt.III.  |t Under the Lash: Migration, Work, and Social Conditions --   |g pt.III.  |t Community, Culture, and Resistance --   |g pt.III.  |t Free Blacks, Abolitionists, and the Antislavery Movement --   |g pt.IIIThe  |t Civil War and the Struggle for Freedom --   |g pt.IV.  |t EMANCIPATION AND THE FIRST GENERATION OF FREEDOM, 1865-1915 --   |g pt.IVThe  |t Politics of Emancipation: Winning and Losing the Franchise --   |g pt.IV.  |t Economic Emancipation, Land, and the Search for Industrial Opportunities --   |g pt.IV.  |t Freedom, Social Conditions, and the Rise of Jim Crow --   |g ch.IV.  |t Emancipation, Jim Crow, and New Forms of Community and Social Activism --   |g pt.V.  |t MIGRATION, DEPRESSION, AND WORLD WARS, 1915-1945 --   |g pt.VThe  |t Great Migration --   |g pt.V.  |t Rise of the "New Negro" --   |g pt.VThe  |t Old Deal Continues --   |g pt.V.  |t Emergence of a New Deal? --   |g pt.V.  |t World War II --   |g pt.VI.  |t CIVIL RIGHTS, BLACK POWER, AND DEINDUSTRIALIZATION, 1945-2000 --   |g pt.VIThe  |t Modern Civil Rights Movement --   |g pt.VIThe  |t Civil Rights Struggle in the Urban North and West --   |g pt.VIThe  |t Black Power Movement --   |g pt.VI.  |t Redefining the Boundaries of Black Culture and Politics 
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