The Gift of Black Folk. Negroes in the Making of America.
The Gift of Black Folk. Negroes in the Making of America.

The Gift of Black Folk. Negroes in the Making of America.


The contribution of African-American men and women in the building of America. Du Bois dedicates chapters to black explorers, labor, soldiers, the “Freedom of Womanhood”, Negro Art and Literature, etc. With a lengthy introduction written by Edward F. McSweeney; issued as part of the Knights of Columbus Racial Contribution Series. A noted African American sociologist, historian, and Pan-Africanist, W.E.B. Du Bois (1868–1963), was a towering figure in 20th century American Black history.


Description: The Gift of Black Folk. Negroes in the Making of America.

Boston: The Stratford Co., Publishers, 1924. 349pp. First Edition. Navy blue cloth with gilt lettering. Spine gilt entirely dulled; boards mottled; internally, very good and clean; a tight, sound copy.

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Work p610.


Price: $200.00

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