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A Question of Manhood A Reader in U.S. Black Men's History and Masculinity  The 19th Crntury from Emancipation to Jim Crow (volume2) cover
  • ISBN: 9780253339249
  • ISBN10: 0253339243

A Question of Manhood a Reader in U.S. Black Men's History and Masculinity the 19th Crntury from Emancipation to Jim Crow (volume2)

by Darlene Clark Hine

  • List Price: $59.95
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Indiana Univ Pr
  • Publish date: 06/01/2001
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ContentsForewordPrefaceAcknowledgementsIntroduction / Earnestine Jenkins and Darlene Clark HinePart One: Constructing Citizenship: The Evolution of Black Male Leadership1. "Your Old Father Abe Lincoln is Dead and Damned": Black Soldiers and the Memphis Race Riot after 1866 / Kevin Hardwick2. Black Politicians in Reconstruction Charleston, South Caroline: A Collective Study / William Hine3. The Freedman's Bureau and Local Black Leadership / Richard Lowe4. For Justice and a Fee: James Milton Turner and the Cherokee Freedmen / Gary KremerPart Two: "To Own Our Own Labor": Black Men, Economic Self-Sufficiency, and Working Class Consciousness5. Black Policemen in New Orleans during Reconstruction / Dennis Rousey6. Negro Labor in the Western Cattle Industry, 1866-1900 / Kenneth W. Porter7. The Politics of Black Land Tenure, 1877-1915 / Manning Marable8. "Like Banquo's Ghost, It Will Not Down": The Race Question and the American Railroad Brotherhoods, 1880-1920 / Eric Arnesen9. A Constant Struggle between Interest and Humanity: Convict Labor in the Coal Mines of the Old South / Alex LichtensteinPart Three: Black Men, the Professions, and Fraternal Organisations10. A High and Honorable Calling: Black Lawyers in South Caroline, 1868-1915 / R. J. Oldfield11. Entering a White Profession: Black Physicians in the New South, 1880-1920 / Todd Savitt12. The Courtship Letters of an African American Couple: Race, Gender, Class, and the Cult of True Womanhood / Vicki Howard13. The African Derivation of Black Fraternal Orders in the United States / Betty KuykPart Four: Proving Black Manhood: The Allure of Sport and the Military in the Late 19th Century14. "Peter Jackson and the Elusive Heavyweight Championship": A Black Athlete's Struggle against the Late Nineteenth Century Color Line / David K. Wiggins15. The Black Bicycle Corps / Marvin Fletcher16. African Americans and the War against Spain / Piero GleijesesPart Five: End of the Century Archetypes: Symbolic Constructions in Black Manhood and Masculinity17. The Anatomy of Lynching / Robyn Wiegman18. The Heroic Appeal of John Henry / Brett Williams19. Stack Lee: The Man, the Music, and the Myth / George Eberhart20. Where Honor Is Due: Frederick Douglas as Representative / Wilson MosesSourcesSelected BibliographyIndex
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