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William Cooper Nell: Nineteenth-Century African American Abolitionist, Historian, Integrationist;Selected Writings 1832-1874 ePub download

by Constance Porter Uzelac

  • Author: Constance Porter Uzelac
  • ISBN: 1574780190
  • ISBN13: 978-1574780192
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Black Classic Press (January 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 725
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William Cooper Nell: Nineteenth-Century African American Abolitionist, Historian, Integrationist;Selected Writings 1832-1874 ePub download

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African-American parents organized a school for their children in 1798; it was first held in the home of Primus . William Cooper Nell, Nineteenth-Century African American Abolitionist, Historian, Integrationist: Selected Writings, 1832–1874. Baltimore: Black Classic Press, 2002.

African-American parents organized a school for their children in 1798; it was first held in the home of Primus Hall. After the African Meeting House was constructed, the school was moved there to a first-floor classroom. The African-American community worked to gain support from the city for their school as a public school, and the city started to contribute some funds in 1812.

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Information about the book, William Cooper Nell: Nineteenth-Century African American Abolitionist, Historian, Integrationist;Selected Writings 1832-1874: the Nonfiction, Paperback, by Constance Porter Uzelac (Black Classic Press, Jan 01, 2002). Book Description: For the first time, a biography of William Cooper Nell and a major portion of his articles from "The Liberator", "The National Anti-Slavery Standard", and "The North Star" have been published in a single volume.

Wesley, Dorothy Porter and Constance Porter Uzelac (ed. (2002) William Cooper Nell: Nineteenth-Century African American Abolitionist, Historian, Integrationist: Selected Writings, 1832–1874. Baltimore: Black Classic Press. Wood, Marcus (2000) Blind Memory: Visual Representations of Slavery in England and America, 1780–186S. Cite this chapter as: Parfait C. (2014) Early African American Historians: A Book History and Historiography Approach - The Case of William Cooper Nell (1816–1874). In: Cottenet C. (eds) Race, Ethnicity and Publishing in America. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

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Nell, William Cooper; Wesley, Dorothy Porter; Uzelac, Constance Porter (2002). William Cooper Nell, Nineteenth-Century African American Abolitionist, Historian, Integrationist: Selected Writings from 1832–1874. Baltimore, MD: Black Classic Press. ISBN 978-1-57478-019-2.

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Renowned African-American historian Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, my friend and colleague at Harvard, wrote to me of her former Howard professor, istory reveals Logan to be a prominent figure-an extremely influential historian in the Roosevelt era of the 1940s, from both a scholarly and political perspective (in the latter regard, not only for his work on Fair Employment but for. his anticolonial writings on international trusteeship). Uzelac writes: Porter Wesley devoted her life to the acquisition and collection of materials relating to the African and African American diaspora.

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Books by William C. Nell. William Cooper Nell: Nineteenth-Century African American Abolitionist, Historian, Integrationist;Selected Writings 1832-1874. The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution. by William Cooper Nell. by Constance Porter Uzelac.

For the first time, a biography of William Cooper Nell and a major portion of his articles from "The Liberator", "The National Anti-Slavery Standard", and "The North Star" have been published in a single volume. The book is the first to document the life and works of Nell and includes correspondence with many noted abolitionists such as Wendell Phillips, Frederick Douglass, Amy Kirby Post and Charles Sumner.