In the Cage. Eyewitness Accounts of the Freed Negro in Southern Society, 1877-1929. [inscribed copy]


Inscribed an signed by the author, a professor at Morehouse College in Atlanta, to a Black bibliophile at the 68th meeting of the ASALH in Detroit. The author collects historical eyewitness accounts from novelists, educators, journalists, lawyers, historians, physicians and theologians who described African Americans from the Reconstruction Years to the eve of the New Deal.


Description: In the Cage. Eyewitness Accounts of the Freed Negro in Southern Society, 1877-1929. [inscribed copy]

Chicago: Quadrangle, 1971. 272 pages. First edition. Near fine in publisher’s cloth in a moderately-rubbed very good dust jacket.

[3729602]

Price: $25.00

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