The Rural Negro.
In the rare dust jacket
First Edition in the rare pictorial dust jacket, profusely illustrated from original photographs. Woodson, “Father of Black History,” authors an exhaustive study of social and economic life in the rural South since the American Civil War for black Americans. Tenancy, peonage, industry and trade, recreation and amusement, religious life, rural schooling are sample subjects and chapter headings within.
Description: The Rural Negro.
Washington: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc., (1930). 265pp. First Edition. Illustrated. Hardcover. Near fine in the rare illustrated dust jacket, with light soil and small scuff to blank rear panel, else in like condition.