Traces the history of the Negro in America from the arrival of the first bonded Negroes in 1619 to the civil rights movements of the 1960"s and discusses the Negro"s influence on America"s history and culture.
|Series||The In America series|
|LC Classifications||E185 .S6 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||71150773|
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The question, therefore, suggests itself, "Who and what is a Negro?" The answer is, "A Negro is a person of dark complexion or race, who has not accomplished anything and to whom others are not obligated for any useful service." If the Moroccans and Algerians were not needed by France at this time to augment their occupation of Germany or to. She explains the title of her book, "Negroland is my name for a small region of Negro America where residents were sheltered by a certain amount of privilege and plenty." But the material comforts provided by a father who was a paediatrician and a mother/5. The general unfitness of negro labor for other than the crudest endeavor has been thoroughly demonstrated in the United States and other parts of America where the negro dwells. But to substantiate our contention that he is industrially inefficient by inheritance, we quote a single well-attested example, furnished by South African experience. Beginning with slave musicians like George Walker, Solomon Northup, and famous child prodigy, Blind Tom, book carries the reader up to Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Josephine Baker and Mahalia Jackson, Eartha Kitt and Sammy Davis. First comprehensive history of the whole scope of Negro entertainment in America with hundreds of rare photos.