Afro-American history: the modern era / Herbert Aptheker.
- Paperback edition
- Secaucus, New Jersey, The Citadel Press, 1971.
324 pages ; 21 cm
- African Americans -- History.
African Americans -- Historiography.
- Place of Publication:
- United States New Jersey Secaucus.
- Introduction Black Studies: Realities and Needs
Part One. The central theme of Southern history: a re-examination; The mythology of racism; Du Bois as historia; Afro-American superiority: a neglected theme in the literature; Styron-Turner and Nat Turner: myth and reality
Part Two. American Imperialism and white chauvninism; Consciousness of Afro-American nationality to 1900; The Washington-Du Bois Conference of 1904; The Niagara Movement; The Afro-American in World War I; The Black College Student in the 1920s-Years of preparation and protest; Peonage and antipeonage to World War II; Literacy, the Afro-American, and World War II; Integration among combat troops in World War II; Two hangings in Guam; The Watts Ghetto uprising; Vietnam, Racism, and Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Local notes:
- Kislak Center Banks Collection copy presented to the Penn Libraries in 2018 by Joanna Banks.
Banks Collection copy is paperback edition and "3" printing.
- Penn Provenance:
- Banks, Joanna (donor) (Banks Collection copy)
- Penn Chronology:
- Joanna Banks Collection of African American Books (University of Pennsylvania)
- 0806510056 (pbk.) :
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