The American Negro, a Study in Racial Crossing.
Anthropological study of Black Americans undertaken at the suggestion and with the guidance of famed American anthropologist Franz Boas (1858–1942). Includes the chapters “The Amalgam He Represents” and “White Values for Colored Americans.” Herskovits helped establish African and African American studies as disciplines in American academia.
Description: The American Negro, a Study in Racial Crossing.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1928. First Edition. 92,  pages. Publisher’s cloth; tinted top edge; deckled fore-edge; without dust jacket. Near Fine, a lovely copy.