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Negro Pamphlets: Vol. 5

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Language
English
Related Title
African colonization - its progress and prospects.
Syllabus of a course of six lectures on the American negro.
A study of living conditions among colored people in towns in the outer part of Philadelphia and in other suburbs both in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Gen.Cass's position on the slavery question.
America's tenth man, a brief survey of the negro's part in American history.
America's obligation to its negro citizens.
Why I am dissatisfied.
The Atlanta riot, a discourse.
God and the race problem, a discourse delivered in the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church.
The progress and development of the colored people of our nation.
On relations between the white and colored people of the south.
Abolitionism unveiled! hypocrisy unmasked! and knavery scourged! luminiously portraying the formal hocusses, whining philanthropists, moral coquets, practical atheists, and the hollow-hearted swindlers of labor.
Colonization. A notice of Victor Hugo's views of slavery in the United States, in a letter from John H. B. Latrobe, of Baltimore, to Thomas Suffern.
The devil's ink well; a story of humanity, embracing Biblical evidence establishing the everlasting, irrefutable and utter supremacy of the white man on the earth since the beginning of historical time.
African colonization and Christian missions.
Why should black men be despised?
Lynching and debt-slavery.
Inside views of slavery on southern plantations.
A Mississippi view of race relations in the South.
The negro question, an address delivered before the Wisconsin Bar Association.
Negro criminality.
The negro in Chicago. How he and his race kindred came to dwell in great numbers in a northern city; how he lives and works; his successes and failures; his political outlook.
Contents
  • 1. Allen, W. H. African colonization - its progress and prospects. Addresses delivered ... 1863.
  • 2. American society for the extension of University teaching. ... Syllabus of a course of six lectures on the American negro ... 1900.
  • Armstrong association of Philadelphia. A study of living conditions among colored people in towns in the outer part of Philadelphia and in other suburbs both in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, 1915.
  • Cass, L. Gen. Cass's position on the slavery question. Defined by himself and his friends ... [n.p.]
  • Conference on education and race relations. America's tenth man, a brief survey of the negro's part in American history ... [1939]
  • Ethridge, M. America's obligation to its negro citizens. An address ... [1937]
  • Green, Zebedee. Why I am dissatisfied ... 1922.
  • Green, Zebedee. Why I am dissatisfied part two ... 1924.
  • Grimke, F. J. The Atlanta riot, a discourse ... [n.p.]
  • Grimke, F. J. God and the race problem, a discourse delivered in the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian church ... 1903.
  • Grimke, F. J. The progress and development of the colored people of our nation. An address delivered before the American Missionary Association ... [n.p.]
  • Hooker, C. E. ... On relations between the white and colored people of the south. Speech of Hon. Chas. E. Hooker of Mississippi ... [1876]
  • [James, H. F.] Abolitionism unveiled! hypocrisy unmasked! and knavery scourged! luminiously portraying the formal hocusses, whining philanthropists, moral coquets, practical atheists, and the hollow-hearted swindlers of labor ... 1850.
  • Latrobe, J. H. B. Colonization. A notice of Victor Hugo's views of slavery in the United States, in a letter from John H. B. Latrobe, of Baltimore, to Thomas Suffern ... 1851.
  • Leecraft, A. S. The devil's ink well; a story of humanity, embracing Biblical evidence establishing the everlasting, irrefutable and utter supremacy of the white man on the earth since the beginning of historical time. A Biblical digest ... l923.
  • Lindsley, J. B. African colonization and Christian missions ... [1873]
  • M. R. Why should black men be despised? [n.p.]
  • Pickens, W. Lynching and debt-slavery ... 1921.
  • Platt, O. H. Negro governors ... 1900.
  • Roles, J. Inside views of slavery on southern plantations ... 1864.
  • Rowland, D. A Mississippi view of race relations in the South ... 1903.
  • Storey, M. The negro question, an address delivered before the Wisconsin Bar Association ... 1918.
  • Willcox, W. F. Negro criminality ... an address delivered before the American Social Science Association at Saratoga, September 6, 1899 ... 1899.
  • Wood, J. B. The negro in Chicago. How he and his race kindred came to dwell in great numbers in a northern city; how he lives and works; his successes and failures; his political outlook. A first-hand study ... [1916]
Notes
A collection of miscellaneous pamphlets on African-Americans, slavery and race relations.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: The following titles are Donation of Arthur Curtiss James: Conference on education and race relations. America's tenth man, a brief survey of the negro's part in American history ... [1939] -- Ethridge, M. America's obligation to its negro citizens. An address ... [1937] -- Green, Zebedee. Why I am dissatisfied ... 1922. -- Green, Zebedee. Why I am dissatisfied part two ... 1924. -- Roles, J. Inside views of slavery on southern plantations ... 1864. -- Storey, M. The negro question, an address delivered before the Wisconsin Bar Association ... 1918.
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