Neglected History, Essays in Negro-American History by a College President.
Collection of ten essays on African American history, mostly delivered before learned societies, by the former president of Wilberforce University and the founding president of Central State University, both HBCUs in Ohio. Titles include “Racial Historical Societies and the American Tradition”; “Negro Suffrage in the Period of Constitution Making, 1787–1865”; “The Participation of Negroes in Anti-Slavery Political Parties”; “The Negro in the Organization of Abolition”; and “The Dilemma of the Rights of Man,” about Thomas Paine’s influential 1791 book.
Description: Neglected History, Essays in Negro-American History by a College President.
[Washington, D.C.]: Monumental Printing Co. [The Association for the Study of Negro Life & History, Inc.], (1969). 200pp. First Edition. 9 x 6 inches. Publisher’s blue stiff paper covers.Mild offsetting to front cover, two pages with neat ink marginalia; very good.