The Color Line in Ohio. A History of Race Prejudice in a Typical Northern State. [facsimile reprint]
Study of racism using the State of Ohio as a case study, first published as a doctoral thesis in Ann Arbor in 1913. Chapters include “Feeling toward the Negro Shown in the Constitutional Convention, 1802” and “Repeal of Black Laws, 1849” and various chapters on the legal and social status of Black Ohioans in different time periods. The second part of the book provides an overview of conditions in six Ohio cities: Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield, Columbus, Cleveland and “Syracuse, A Negro-Hating Small Town.”
Description: The Color Line in Ohio. A History of Race Prejudice in a Typical Northern State. [facsimile reprint]
New York: Negro Universities Press, (1913, 1969). xvi, 178pp. 8vo. Brown cloth; gilt spine titling. Facsimile Reprint. Near Fine.