Freedom's Odyssey by Alexa B. Henderson
African American History Essays from Phylon

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This anthology brings together for the first time twenty-nine of the most significant essays on African American History from the rich legacy of scholarship published originally by Phylon: the Atlanta University Review of Race and Culture from 1940 through 1987. Arranged both by chronology and theme, collectively they provide a vivid, detailed mosaic of African American history and a structural frame for the study of the African American journey from the earliest days of slavery through the Civil Rights Era. A comprehensive editorial introduction as well as specific, contextual introductions position each essay in the study of history and in relation to contemporary scholarship. Beyond its significance as a reference work of rich archival value, Freedom's Odyssey will be of interest to current scholars, teachers, and students in various fields.

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Published August 1, 1999 by Clark Atlanta University Press. 511 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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Meanwhile, in ""The Negro Emigration Movement,"" Howard Bell points up the contemporaneous efforts of blacks to establish a political entity with a black majority outside of the U.S. Although the editors say the text is suitable for graduate and undergraduate courses, most essays employ an academ...

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