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Afro-Americans in New York life and history - v. 12-13 (1988-1989)

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English
1988-1989

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Partial contents: Vol. 12, no. 1. Black migrant farmworkers in New York State / Patricia Dupont, Carl H. Feuer, Jean Kost; "We best can instruct our own people": New York African Americans in the Freedmen's Schools, 1861-1875 / Ronald E. Butchart; The Black church and the struggle for community empowerment in New York City / Basil WIlson; The African presence in the Hudson River Valley / A. J. Williams-Myers -- no. 2. A profile of Black leadership in Syracuse, New York, since 1965 / K. C. Morrison; A quantitative approach to Buffalo's Black population of 1860 / James D. Billota; The Sugar HIll pioneers / Gerald L. Moore; E. L. Henry's Maud Powell plays the vilin and the role of the "Little Nigger" / Beverley Driver Eddy; Historical functions of Caribbean-American benevolent/progressive associations / Bert J. Thomas -- Vol. 13, no. 1. An extended community: sketches of Afro-American history in three counties along New York state's southern tier, 1890-1980 / Charles T. Banner-Haley; Race, radicalism, and rage: The life of Joseph J. Jones / Theodore Kornweibel, Jr.; The perpetuation of the culture of migration: West Indian American tires with home, 1900-1979 / Joyce Toney; A community in turmoil: Black American writers in New York state before the Civil War / Rennie Simson -- no. 2. A survery of the history of African Americans in Rochester, New York: 1800-1860 / Musette S. Castle; "The Rev. Jermain Loguen: as a slave and a freeman..." / Carol Hunter; "Reflections of an African American on his life in the Greater Buffalo area, 1930s-1960s / James D. Bilotta; The remarkable Dr. Jane Cooke Wright / Edward S. Jenkins.

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