[1945–1980, Nine Reprints by John Hope Franklin, Academic Historian of Black America].
These nine articles from various scholarly journals were written during John Hope Franklin’s academic tenure at North Carolina Central University (HBCU), Howard University (HBCU), Brooklyn College, and at the University of Chicago. “Franklin’s career of more than six decades led to a large and enduring body of his own scholarship as well hundreds of books and articles written by his students, many of whom went on to distinguished careers of their own. Franklin was often the first black person to hold chairs, positions, and organizational presidencies, paving the way for many future scholars of color in all academic fields.” (ANB)
Articles include “James Boon, Free Negro Artisan” (The Journal of Negro History, 1945); “New Perspectives in American Negro History” (Social Education, 1950); “Slavery and the Martial South” (Journal of Negro History, 1952); “The Southern Expansionists of 1846” (The Journal of Southern History, 1959); “Archival Odyssey: Taking Students to the Sources” (The American Archivist, 1969); “The Historian and Public Policy” (The History Teacher, 1978); and “Mirror for Americans: A Century of Reconstruction History” (The American Historical Review, 1980).
Description: [1945–1980, Nine Reprints by John Hope Franklin, Academic Historian of Black America].
[Various Places, 1945–1980]. pp in all. 9 items. Printed wrappers. Various formats, mostly 8vos. and Sm. 4tos. Near Fine.