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A history of Fort Worth in black & white : 165 years of African-American life / by Richard Selcer.

Author/Creator:
Selcer, Richard F., author.
Publication:
Denton, Texas : University of North Texas Press, 2015.
Format/Description:
Book
xvi, 598 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Edition:
Edition: first.
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Other Title:
History of Fort Worth in black and white
Subjects:
African Americans -- Texas -- Fort Worth.
Fort Worth (Tex.) -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
Fort Worth (Tex.) -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Fort Worth (Tex.) -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
African Americans.
Social conditions.
Texas -- Fort Worth.
Contents:
The antebellum and Civil War years (1849-1865)
Reconstruction and city beginnings (1865-1879)
A growing sense of identity (1880-1900)
The world of Jim Crow (turn-of-the-century through the 1920s)
World War I: Jim Crow comes marching home (1917-1919)
Jim Crow rules!
The depression, or, old man Trinity just keeps on rollin' along
World War II: a different kind of 'two-front' war
Jim Crow in retreat: the early civil rights years
Jim Crow, R.I.P.: the later civil rights years
The race is not always to the swift (the 1960s-today)
A few conclusions
Side-bars
Hagar Tucker
William M. McDonald
Hiram McGar
Jeff Daggett
Enoch Jackson
Lonnell Cooper
Isaiah M. Terrell
Hazel Harvey Peace
Calvin Littlejohn
Reby Cary
Lenora Rolla
Endnotes.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:
9781574416169
1574416162
9781574416305
1574416308
OCLC:
910413585