Index to Volume 89
   
Number 1
Winter 2004

"PROVIDING FOR THE FUTURE": THE WORLD OF THE AFRICAN AMERICAN DEPOSITORS OF WASHINGTON, DC'S FREEDMEN'S SAVINGS BANK, 1865-1874
by Barbara P. Josiah

 

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"SUPPORTING OUR FRIENDS AND DEFEATING OUR ENEMIES": MILITANCY AND NON-PARTISANSHIP IN THE NAACP, 1936-1948
by Simon Topping

 

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GOD, GANDHI, AND GUNS: THE AFRICAN AMERICAN FREEDOM STRUGGLE IN TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA, 1964-1965
by Simon Wendt

 

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SOUL CITY, NORTH CAROLINA: BLACK POWER, UTOPIA, AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN DREAM
by Christopher Strain

 

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ESSAY REVIEW

 

CORNEL WEST ON SOCIAL JUSTICE
by Floyd W. Hayes III

 

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BOOK REVIEWS

 

Barbara Ransby, ELLA BAKER AND THE BLACK FREEDOM MOVEMENT: A RADICAL DEMOCRATIC VISION
by Gayle T. Tate


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Sheila S. Walker, ed., AFRICAN ROOTS/AMERICAN CULTURES: AFRICA IN THE CREATION OF THE AMERICAS
by Benjamin A. Cowan


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Stanley Harrold, SUBVERSIVES: ANTISLAVERY COMMUNITY IN WASHINGTON, D.C., 1828-1865
by David Taft Terry

 

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Joanne-Megna-Wallace, UNDERSTANDING I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS: A STUDENT CASEBOOK
by Loretta G. Woodard

 

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Sasha Torres,BLACK, WHITE, AND IN COLOR: TELEVISION AND BLACK CIVIL RIGHTS
by Richard M. Breaux

 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
CARTER G. WOODSON DISINGUISHED LECTURERS, 2003-2004

 

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Number 2
Spring 2004
"African Americans and the Urban Landscape"

 

INTRODUCTION: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE URBAN LANDSCAPE
by Linda Serece Williams

 

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CAPITAL OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE AFRICAN AMERICAN-WEST INDIAN HARLEM NEXUS AND THE TRANSNATIONAL DRIVE FOR BLACK FREEDOM, 1940-1948
 by Jason Parker

 

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POLICE-BLACK COMMUNITY RELATIONS IN POSTWAR PHILDELPHIA: RACE AND CRIMINALIZATION IN URBAN SOCIAL SPACES, 1945-1960
by Karl E. Johnson

 

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THE "NOT-BUYING POWER" OF THE BLACK COMMUNITY: URBAN BOYCOTTS AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY, 1960-1964
by Stacy Kinlock Sewell

 

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LATASHA HARLINS, SOON JA DU, AND JOYCE KARLIN: A CASE STUDY OF MULTICULTURAL FEMALE VIOLENCE AND JUSTICE ON THE URBAN FRONTIER
by Brenda E. Stevenson

 

152
SPECIAL REPORT

 

RECOGNIZING VALUE IN AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE OBJECTS
by Elvin Montgomery

 

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BOOK REVIEWS

 

Gayle T. Tate, UNKNOWN TONGUES: BLACK WOMEN’S POLITICAL ACTIVISM IN THE ANTEBELLUM ERA, 1820-1860
by Rhett Jones

 

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Marvin McAllister, “WHITE PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW HOW TO BEHAVE AT ENTERTAINMENTS FOR LADIES AND GENTELMEN OF COLOUR”: WILLIAM BROWN’S AFRICAN AND AMERICAN THEATER
by Nikki Taylor

 

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Jacqueline Glass Campbell, WHEN SHERMAN MARCHED NORTH FROM THE SEA: RESISTANCE ON THE CONFEDERATE HOME FRONT
by Michael E. Long

 

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Arnoldo DeLeon, RACIAL FRONTIERS: AFRICANS, CHINESE, AND MEXICANS IN WESTERN AMERICA, 1848-1890
by Albert S. Broussard

 

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Robert C. Hayden, MR. HARLEM HOSPITAL: DR. LOUIS T. WRIGHT
by Frederick Newsome

 

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Carroll Parrott Blue, THE DAWN AT MY BACK: MEMOIR OF A BLACK TEXAS UPBRINGING
by Stephanie Wright

 

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Joy Ann Williamson, BLACK POWER ON CAMPUS: THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, 1965-1975
by Michael Fultz

 

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Maurice O. Wallace, CONSTRUCTING THE BLACK MASCULINE: IDENTITY AND IDEALITY IN AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN'S LITERATURE AND CULTURE, 1775-1995
by Zachery Williams

 

196

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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Number 3 Summer 2004
"New Directions in African American Women’s History"

 

INTRODUCTION: NEW DIRECTIONS IN AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN'S HISTORY
by Francille Rusan Wilson

 

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THINKING LOCALLY, ACTING GLOBALLY: THE INTERNATIONAL AGENDA OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CLUBWOMEN, 1888-1940
by Michelle Rief

 

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A GENERATION OF WOMEN ACTIVISTS: AFRICAN AMERICAN FEMALE EDUCATORS IN HARLEM, 1930-1950
by Lauri Johnson

 

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BLACK WOMEN HISTORIANS FROM THE LATE 19TH CENTURY TO THE DAWN OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
by Pero Gaglo Dagbovie

 

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ESSAY REVIEW I: AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND BLACK POWER
by June O. Patton

 

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ESSAY REVIEW II: BLACK AND WHITE WOMEN HISTORIANS TOGETHER?
by Francille Rusan Wilson

 

266
BOOK REVIEWS

 

Lynn M. Hudson, THE MAKING OF “MAMMY PLEASANT”: A BLACK ENTREPRENEUR IN NINETEENTH CENTURY SAN FRANCISCO
by Kenneth W. Goings

 

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Rayvon Fouché, BLACK INVENTORS IN THE AGE OF SEGREGATION: GRANVILLE T. WOODS, LEWIS H. LATIMER, AND SHELBY DAVIDSON
by Robert C. Hayden

 

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Frank N. Schubert, ed., VOICES OF THE BUFFALO SOLDIER: RECORDS, REPORTS, AND RECOLLECTIONS OF MILITARY LIFE AND SERVICE IN THE WEST
by Sandra E. Bowen

 

273

Michael E. Lomax, BLACK BASEBALL ENTREPRENEURS, 1860-1901: OPERATING BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY
by David Spivey

 

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Matthias Reiss, “DIE SCHWARZEN WAREN UNSERE FREUNDE”: DEUTSCHE KRIEGSGEFANGENE IN DER AMERIKANISCHEN GESELLSCHAFT, 1942-1946
by Leroy Hopkins, Jr.

 

277

Carol Anderson, EYES OFF THE PRIZE: THE UNITED NATIONS AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN STRUGGLE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, 1944-1955
by Kwame Dixon

 

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Kate A. Baldwin, BEYOND THE COLOR LINE AND THE IRON CURTAIN: READING ENCOUNTERS BETWEEN BLACK AND RED, 1932-1963
by Brenda Gayle Plummer

 

280

Nan Elizabeth Woodruff, AMERICAN CONGO: THE AFRICAN AMERICAN FREEDOM STRUGGLE IN THE DELTA
by Andrew M. Kaye

 

282

James H. Madison, A LYNCHING IN THE HEARTLAND: RACE AND MEMORY IN AMERICA
by Gregory Mixon

 

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John H. Scott with Cleo Scott Brown, WITNESS TO THE TRUTH: MY STRUGGLE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN LOUISIANA
by Clyde Robertson

 

285

Bruce R. Hare, ed., 2001 RACE ODYSSEY: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND SOCIOLOGY
by Ben Frymer

 

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Linda Williams, PLAYING THE RACE CARD: MELODRAMAS OF BLACK AND WHITE FROM UNCLE TOM TO O.J. SIMPSON
by Benjamin Justesen

 

289

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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Number 4
Fall 2004

THE MARKETING OF DUKE ELLINGTON: SETTING THE STRATEGY FOR AN AFRICAN AMERICAN MAESTRO
by Harvey G. Cohen

 

291

PINKSTER IN CHICAGO: BUD BILLIKEN AND THE MAYOR OF BRONZEVILLE, 1930-1945
by Peter M. Rutkoff and William B. Scott

 

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THE NURTURANCE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC TALENT
by Beatrice L. Bridglall and Edmund W. Gordon

 

331

SPECIAL REPORT

 

ACTUARIAL ISSUES IN INSURANCE ON SLAVES IN THE UNITED STATES SOUTH
by Cheryl Rhan-Hsin Chen and Gary Simon

 

348
INTERVIEW

 

AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE NAVY DURING THE CIVIL WAR
by Helen Hannon

 

358
BOOK REVIEWS

 

Joanna Brooks, AMERICAN LAZARUS: RELIGION AND THE RISE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN AND NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURES
by Lamont DeHaven King

 

362

Jacqueline Bacon, “THE HUMBLEST MAY STAND FORTH”: RHETORIC, EMPOWERMENT, AND ABOLITION
by Eric Gardner

 

364

Stanley Harrold, THE RISE OF AGGRESSIVE ABOLITIONISM: ADDRESSES TO THE SLAVES
by Jacqueline Bacon

 

365

Dylan C. Penningroth, THE CLAIMS OF KINFOLK: AFRICAN AMERICAN PROPOERTY AND COMMUNITY IN THE NINETEENTHCENTURY SOUTH
by Larry E. Hudson Jr.

 

367

Bonnie Stepenoff, THAD SNOW: A LIFE OF SOCIAL REFORM IN THE MISSOURI BOOTHEEL
by Debra F. Greene

 

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Dianne Johnson, editor, THE COLLECTED WORKS OF LANGSTON HUGHES: WORKS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS
by Donna Akiba Sullivan Harper

 

371

Tatcho Mindiola, Jr., Yolanda Flores Niemann, and Nestor Rodriquez, BLACK-BROWN: RELATIONS AND STEREOTYPES
by Zebulon V. Miletsky

 

372

Richard E. Harris, THE AMERICAN ODYSSEY OF A BLACK JOURNALIST, 1933-2003
by Geta LeSeur

 

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Jerald E. Podair, THE STRIKE THAT CHANGED NEW YORK: BLACKS, WHITES, AND THE OCEAN HILL-BROWNSVILLE CRISIS
by Clarence Taylor

 

376

Katherine Tate, BLACK FACES IN THE MIRROR: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THEIR REPRESENTATIVES IN THE U.S. CONGRESS
by Louis Randolph

 

378
BOOKS RECEIVED

 

381
ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

386
INDEX TO VOLUME 89

 

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