This important study, which traces the story of black North Carolinians from colonial times through the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s and 1970s, is the first one-volume survey of black history in the state. Includes an appendix that identifies black legislators who served in the North Carolina General Assembly from 1868 through 1900 and a selected list of suggested readings for further study. Ninety black and white illustrations enhance the text.
Paperbound. Pp. xii, 237. Illus. Index. (1997 edition) (t)
This is an earlier edition of the 2002 revised edition. This edition does not include the new chapter examining the expanding political influence of the state's African Americans.
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