Appalachians And Race: The Mountain South From Slavery To Segregation

Appalachians And Race The Mountain South From Slavery To Segregation The essays in this collection recognize not only a far greater African American presence in the highland South than was once assumed but a wider variety of interaction between blacks and whites du

  • Title: Appalachians And Race: The Mountain South From Slavery To Segregation
  • Author: John C. Inscoe
  • ISBN: 9780813121734
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Appalachians And Race: The Mountain South From Slavery To Segregation

    The 18 essays in this collection recognize not only a far greater African American presence in the highland South than was once assumed, but a wider variety of interaction between blacks and whites during the 19th century The book explores topics including black migration and musical influences.

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    1. Christopher

      A collection of 18, scholastically-written articles on race in Southern Appalachian from slavery to segregation. The collection presents a more complicated story of race in a region once advertised as being racially-pure by local elites recruiting industry and charitable organizations seeking donations to uplift an impoverished people. In particular, I enjoyed the articles by Richard Drake, John E Stealy III, Charles B. Dew, Wilma A. Dunaway, Ronald L. Lewis, and Joe William Trotter Jr.

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