The tragedy of the Negro in America : a condensed history of the enslavment, sufferings, emancipation, present condition and progress of the Negro race in the United States of America

Title
The tragedy of the Negro in America : a condensed history of the enslavment, sufferings, emancipation, present condition and progress of the Negro race in the United States of America / prepared at the special request of the Philanthropic Christian Public of England and America by Rev. P. Thomas Stanford, A.M., M.D., D.D., LL.D.
Author
Stanford, P. Thomas (Peter Thomas)
Publication
North Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. : [publisher not identified], [1900?]
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Sc Rare 973-S (Stanford, P. T. Tragedy of the Negro in America. 2nd ed.)Schomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives

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Additional Authors
Wood, Frank (Printer)
Description
[10], xvii, [1], 253, [1] pages, [2] leaves of plates : illustrations, portraits; 19 cm.
Donor/Sponsor
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Note
  • An additional edition statement, "Editor's edition", precedes imprint on title page.
  • Place of publication on title page preceded by address: "101 and 103 Dudley Street", and followed by text: "Where all communications should be addressed."
  • "Copyrighted by Rev. P. Thomas Stanford, A.M., M.D., D.D., LL.D. Boston, 1897. All rights reserved."--verso of title page.
  • "Frank Wood printer Boston."--page [6], 1st count.
  • Illustrated plates included in pagination, with the exception of the plates facing page 78 and page 80.
  • Last page blank.
Source (note)
  • Arthur A. Schomburg;
Provenance (note)
  • is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926.
Contents
Preface -- Extracts of letters from reviewers of "The tragedy of the Negro in America," and newspaper comments -- ch. 1. Introductory -- ch. 2. Africa: and how the Negro was brought thence, and why -- ch. 3. America: and what befell the Negro therein from A.D. 1619 to A.D. 1712 -- ch. 4. How the Negro was treated down to 1844 -- ch. 5. John Brown -- ch. 6. Immediately before and after emancipation -- ch. 7. The beginning of better days, and of progress -- ch. 8. Lynchings -- ch. 9. The Negro in the North -- ch. 10. The Negro in the South -- ch. 11. The Negro in the South, and his friends -- ch. 12. Conclusion -- Appendix. 13. The Georgia convicts. A colored critic of the apology for the lease system; Boston Transcript, March 5, 1898 -- 14. A white woman of the South defends the Negro, and praises him; New York Sun, December 4, 1898 -- 15. Is the Negro a man? The Rev. William M. Brundage, of the First Unitarian Church, standing for his social as well as political equality; Albany Evening Journal, June 25, 1900. -- 16. When I gits home.
Call Number
Sc Rare 973-S (Stanford, P. T. Tragedy of the Negro in America)
OCLC
  • 2905488
  • 2905488B
Author
Stanford, P. Thomas (Peter Thomas)
Title
The tragedy of the Negro in America : a condensed history of the enslavment, sufferings, emancipation, present condition and progress of the Negro race in the United States of America / prepared at the special request of the Philanthropic Christian Public of England and America by Rev. P. Thomas Stanford, A.M., M.D., D.D., LL.D.
Publisher
North Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. : [publisher not identified], [1900?]
Edition
Second edition.
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Provenance
Copy in Sc Rare 973-S (accession no. B571181) is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926.
Local Note
Copy in Sc Rare 973-S has impression statement "Tenth Thousand" following "Second Edition" in edition statement at head of title page.
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Local Subject
Black author.
Added Author
Wood, Frank (Printer), printer.
Schomburg, Arthur Alfonso, 1874-1938, former owner.
Added Title
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Research Call Number
Sc Rare 973-S (Stanford, P. T. Tragedy of the Negro in America)
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