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The Resource Crossing the danger water : three hundred years of African-American writing, edited and with an introduction by Deirdre Mullane

Crossing the danger water : three hundred years of African-American writing, edited and with an introduction by Deirdre Mullane

Label
Crossing the danger water : three hundred years of African-American writing
Title
Crossing the danger water
Title remainder
three hundred years of African-American writing
Statement of responsibility
edited and with an introduction by Deirdre Mullane
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810.8/0896073
Index
index present
LC call number
PS508.N3
LC item number
C73 1993
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Crossing the danger water : three hundred years of African-American writing, edited and with an introduction by Deirdre Mullane
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [753]-756) and index
Contents
First Africans in North America -- Olaudah Equiano -- Early slave revolts : Report of Gov. Hunter on the New York Slave Conspiracy (1712) -- Lucy Terry -- Jupiter Hammon -- African-Americans in the American Revolution -- Phillis Wheatley -- Benjamin Banneker -- Slave revolts -- Testimony on Gabriel's Revolt (1800) ; Testimony on the Vesey Conspiracy (1822) -- Founding of the African-American press : from Freedom's Journal (1827) -- Colonization debate -- David Walker -- Nat Turner -- George Moses Horton -- Amistad Case (1839) -- Convention movement, 1830-1864 : Address...from the Colored National Convention of 1848 -- Henry Highland Garnet -- Martin Delany -- Declaration of the principles of the National Emigration Convention (1854) -- Case of Dred Scott -- Frederick Douglass -- Harriet Jacobs -- from Clotel / William Wells Brown -- Harriet E. Wilson -- Sojourner Truth -- Harriet Tubman -- Frances Ellen Watkins Harper -- John Brown's raid at Harper's Ferry -- Emancipation Proclamation -- New York Draft Riots -- Henry Highland Garnet -- African-Americans in the Civil War -- Folk culture & literature -- Spirituals -- Civil War Amendments -- Reconstruction -- Freedman's Bureau ; South Carolina Black Code ; Frederick Douglass's speech to the 32nd Annual Convention of the American Anti-Slavery Society ; Blanche K. Bruce's speech to the U.S. Senate ; Henry Turner's speech to the Georgia Legislature ; Petition from Kentucky citizens on Ku Klux Klan violence -- Exodusters -- Charles Chesnutt -- Paul Laurence Dunbar -- Booker T. Washington -- W.E.B. Du Bois -- Ida Wells-Barnett -- Mary Church Terrell -- Anna Julia Cooper -- Plessy v. Ferguson -- Niagara Movement -- Founding of the NAACP -- Jack Johnson -- James Weldon Johnson -- Great migration, 1910-1920 : from The Chicago defender -- Red Summer of 1919 -- Marcus Garvey -- Alain Locke -- Claude McKay -- Langston Hughes -- Jean Toomer -- Countee Cullen -- Zora Neale Hurston -- Scottsboro cases -- Joe Louis -- Sterling Brown -- Robert Hayden -- Richard Wright -- A. Philip Randolph and the March on Washington Movement (1942) ; Executive order 8802 -- Truman integrates the military : Executive order 9981 (1948) -- Paul Robeson -- Gwendolyn Brooks -- Ralph Ellison -- James Baldwin -- Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka -- Martin Luther King -- Songs of the Civil Rights Movement -- Kwanzaa --Malcolm X -- Eldridge Cleaver -- Black Panther Party -- Amiri Baraka -- Kerner Commission -- African-Americans in the Vietnam War -- Maya Angelou -- Alice Walker -- Jesse Jackson -- Rap music -- Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings -- L.A. riots : Maxine Waters's testimony
Control code
ocm27897193
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st Anchor Books ed.
Extent
xxii, 769 p.
Isbn
9780385422437
Lccn
93017194
System control number
(Sirsi) i9780385422437
Label
Crossing the danger water : three hundred years of African-American writing, edited and with an introduction by Deirdre Mullane
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [753]-756) and index
Contents
First Africans in North America -- Olaudah Equiano -- Early slave revolts : Report of Gov. Hunter on the New York Slave Conspiracy (1712) -- Lucy Terry -- Jupiter Hammon -- African-Americans in the American Revolution -- Phillis Wheatley -- Benjamin Banneker -- Slave revolts -- Testimony on Gabriel's Revolt (1800) ; Testimony on the Vesey Conspiracy (1822) -- Founding of the African-American press : from Freedom's Journal (1827) -- Colonization debate -- David Walker -- Nat Turner -- George Moses Horton -- Amistad Case (1839) -- Convention movement, 1830-1864 : Address...from the Colored National Convention of 1848 -- Henry Highland Garnet -- Martin Delany -- Declaration of the principles of the National Emigration Convention (1854) -- Case of Dred Scott -- Frederick Douglass -- Harriet Jacobs -- from Clotel / William Wells Brown -- Harriet E. Wilson -- Sojourner Truth -- Harriet Tubman -- Frances Ellen Watkins Harper -- John Brown's raid at Harper's Ferry -- Emancipation Proclamation -- New York Draft Riots -- Henry Highland Garnet -- African-Americans in the Civil War -- Folk culture & literature -- Spirituals -- Civil War Amendments -- Reconstruction -- Freedman's Bureau ; South Carolina Black Code ; Frederick Douglass's speech to the 32nd Annual Convention of the American Anti-Slavery Society ; Blanche K. Bruce's speech to the U.S. Senate ; Henry Turner's speech to the Georgia Legislature ; Petition from Kentucky citizens on Ku Klux Klan violence -- Exodusters -- Charles Chesnutt -- Paul Laurence Dunbar -- Booker T. Washington -- W.E.B. Du Bois -- Ida Wells-Barnett -- Mary Church Terrell -- Anna Julia Cooper -- Plessy v. Ferguson -- Niagara Movement -- Founding of the NAACP -- Jack Johnson -- James Weldon Johnson -- Great migration, 1910-1920 : from The Chicago defender -- Red Summer of 1919 -- Marcus Garvey -- Alain Locke -- Claude McKay -- Langston Hughes -- Jean Toomer -- Countee Cullen -- Zora Neale Hurston -- Scottsboro cases -- Joe Louis -- Sterling Brown -- Robert Hayden -- Richard Wright -- A. Philip Randolph and the March on Washington Movement (1942) ; Executive order 8802 -- Truman integrates the military : Executive order 9981 (1948) -- Paul Robeson -- Gwendolyn Brooks -- Ralph Ellison -- James Baldwin -- Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka -- Martin Luther King -- Songs of the Civil Rights Movement -- Kwanzaa --Malcolm X -- Eldridge Cleaver -- Black Panther Party -- Amiri Baraka -- Kerner Commission -- African-Americans in the Vietnam War -- Maya Angelou -- Alice Walker -- Jesse Jackson -- Rap music -- Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings -- L.A. riots : Maxine Waters's testimony
Control code
ocm27897193
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st Anchor Books ed.
Extent
xxii, 769 p.
Isbn
9780385422437
Lccn
93017194
System control number
(Sirsi) i9780385422437

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