In the Cage. Eyewitness Accounts of the Freed Negro in Southern Society, 1877-1929. (Signed)
Inscribed and signed by the author, a professor at Atlanta’s Morehouse College, at the 68th meeting of the ASALH in Detroit. A collection of 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. (Signed)
Chicago: Quadrangle, 1971. 272 pages. First edition. Near fine in publisher’s cloth in a moderately-rubbed very good dust jacket.
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