- Additional Authors
- Wood, Frank (Printer)
- , xvii, , 253,  pages,  leaves of plates : illustrations, portraits; 19 cm.
- Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
- 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 , 1st count.
- Illustrated plates included in pagination, with the exception of the plates facing page 78 and page 80.
- Last page blank.
- Source (note)
- Provenance (note)
- is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926.
- 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)
Stanford, P. Thomas (Peter Thomas)
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.
North Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. : [publisher not identified], [1900?]
- Type of Content
- Type of Medium
- Type of Carrier
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.
- Connect to:
- Local Subject
- 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)