The origins of segregation. Edited with an introduction by Joel Williamson.

Boston, D.C. Heath [1968] .

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Subjects African Americans -- Segregation.
Noirs américains -- Ségrégation.
Series Problems in American civilization.
Description xiv, 113 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 111-113).
Contents The strange career of Jim Crow, by C.V. Woodward.--The color line, by G.B. Tindall.--Jim Crow laws and miscegenation, by V.L. Wharton.--Social acceptance and unacceptance, by C.E. Wynes.--The separation of the races, by J. Williamson.--Why Negroes were segregated in the new South, by C.V. Woodward.--In summation, by C.E. Wynes.--The debate on school segregation in South Carolina, 1868.--The Negroes in Negroland, by H.R. Helper.--The Negro, by J.R. Sparkman.--The silent South, by G.W. Cable.--Urban segregation during slavery, by R.C. Wade.--Segregation in the antebellum North by L.F. Litwack.--Why segregation in postwar Philadelphia, by B.H. Hunt.--Ethnic relations in American communities, by R.M. Williams, Jr.--Suggestions of additional reading (pages 111-113).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)328220
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WorldCat Identities Williamson, Joel,
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