Black Separatism and the Caribbean 1860.

Reprint of two important 19th century works offering first-hand insights into the Black separatist movement in the Caribbean: A Vindication of the Capacity of the Negro Race for Self-Government, and Civilized Progress… (1857) by Rev. James Theodore Holly, concerning the Haitian Revolution and its effects, and A Summer on the Borders of the Caribbean Sea (1860) by J. Dennis Harris, the islands travel narrative of a keen observer. Edited and with an historical and critical introduction by Howard H. Bell, a scholar of the Colored Conventions Movement.

Description: Black Separatism and the Caribbean 1860.

Ann Arbor [Michigan]: The University of Michigan Press, (1970). [8], 184pp. First edition. Sm. 8vo. Orange-red patterned cloth; dust jacket. Near Fine; an excellent copy.


Price: $25.00