9780495092773

From Timbuktu to Katrina Sources in African-American History, Volume 1

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    9780495092773

  • ISBN10:

    0495092770

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-06-13
  • Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing

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Summary

SOURCES IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY, a new primary and secondary source reader, includes many selections that will be familiar to you, such as THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION or DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING'S LETTER FROM A BIRMINGHAM JAIL. However other documents such as Lucy Parson's 1886 speech, "I AM AN ANARCHIST" or AFRICAN AMERICANS AND ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY: A MANIFESTO are included precisely because the rarely gain exposure beyond the gaze of a handful of experts in a particular subfield of African American history. This two-volume reader begins with medieval readings from the continent of Africa up to readings related to the events of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 to encompass the enormous breadth and range of documents that reflect on African American life in the United States.

Table of Contents

African Origins
The "Golden Age" Of African History
Ibn Battuta Describes The Sultan Of Mali, Ca 1354 Leo
Africanus Describes Timbucktu, Ca 1515 John Barbot
On The Government Of Benin 1682
Table: The Slave Trade over Four Centuries
Slavery In Global Perspective
The Slave Trade: A Slaver's Account
The Enslavement Of Venture Smith
Olaudah Equiano Describes The Middle Passage
The Middle Passage: A Slave Mutiny 1704
Omar Ibn Seid: From Senegal To North Carolina
A Defense Of The African Slave
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