Negro labor in the United States, 1850-1925; a study in American economic history, by Charles H. Wesley.


New York, Russell and Russell [1967] .

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Subjects African Americans -- Employment.
Description xiii, 343 pages map 20 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
©1927
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 321-330) and index.
Contents Slavery and industrialism -- The economic status of the free Negro -- The ante-bellum attitude of White labor -- Negro labor and the Civil War -- Will the Negro work?-The problem of reconstruction -- The early organizaiton of Negro labor -- The period of economic transition -- The group movement toward skilled labor -- Organized labor and the Negro -- On the threshold of modern industry.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)445186
(OCoLC)ocm00445186
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WorldCat Identities Wesley, Charles H. 1891-1987.
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