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The Negro in the South Since 1865. Selected Essays in American Negro History. [inscribed by John Hope Franklin]
The Negro in the South Since 1865. Selected Essays in American Negro History. [inscribed by John Hope Franklin]
The Negro in the South Since 1865. Selected Essays in American Negro History. [inscribed by John Hope Franklin]

The Negro in the South Since 1865. Selected Essays in American Negro History. [inscribed by John Hope Franklin]


Inscribed and signed by the eminent historian of Black American history, John Hope Franklin who writes the essay “Jim Crow Goes to School: The Genesis of Legal Segregation in the South” within. Distinguished Negro and white historians deal with such subjects as populism, paternalism toward Negroes after emancipation, the genesis of legal segregation in southern schools, racism, religion, Negro proscription and others. (From the dust jacket).


Description: The Negro in the South Since 1865. Selected Essays in American Negro History. [inscribed by John Hope Franklin]

University of Alabama Press, 1971. Third printing. Publisher’s cloth; edges heavily foxed; mild foxing to margins inside; very good in a like dust jacket.

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