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John Hope Franklin Series in African American History and Culture

Series Editors: Waldo E. Martin Jr., University of California, Berkeley, and Patricia Sullivan, University of South Carolina

The best scholarship in African American history and culture compels us to expand our sense of who we are as a nation and forces us to engage seriously the experiences of all Americans who have shaped the development of this country. By publishing pathbreaking books informed by several disciplines, the John Hope Franklin Series in African American History and Culture seeks to illuminate America's multicultural past and the ways in which it has informed the nation's democratic experiment.

<SPAN STYLE= "" >Crossroads at Clarksdale</SPAN>
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Crossroads at Clarksdale

The Black Freedom Struggle in the Mississippi Delta after World War II

By Fran├žoise N. Hamlin

The continuing civil rights movement in Coahoma County

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >Death Blow to Jim Crow</SPAN>
Paper: $27.95
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Death Blow to Jim Crow

The National Negro Congress and the Rise of Militant Civil Rights

By Erik S. Gellman

The transformation of protest politics

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >An African Republic</SPAN>
Paper: $32.50
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An African Republic

Black and White Virginians in the Making of Liberia

By Marie Tyler-McGraw

Who supported emigration and why

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >Geographies of Liberation</SPAN>
Paper: $29.95
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Geographies of Liberation

The Making of an Afro-Arab Political Imaginary

By Alex Lubin

Connecting the freedom struggles in the United States and the Middle East

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >Doctoring Freedom</SPAN>
Cloth: $39.95
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Doctoring Freedom

The Politics of African American Medical Care in Slavery and Emancipation

By Gretchen Long

Illness, health, and political power

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >David Ruggles</SPAN>
Paper: $23.00
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David Ruggles

A Radical Black Abolitionist and the Underground Railroad in New York City

By Graham Russell Gao Hodges

The first biography of a pioneering activist, mentor to Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >The African American Roots of Modernism</SPAN>
Paper: $29.95
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The African American Roots of Modernism

From Reconstruction to the Harlem Renaissance

By James Smethurst

African American intellectuals' influence on modernism

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >North of the Color Line</SPAN>
Paper: $26.95
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North of the Color Line

Migration and Black Resistance in Canada, 1870-1955

By Sarah-Jane Mathieu

How African American and West Indian sleeping car porters shaped Canada's racial history

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >Living for the City</SPAN>
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Living for the City

Migration, Education, and the Rise of the Black Panther Party in Oakland, California

By Donna Jean Murch

Black Power politics on the campus and the street

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >A Movement Without Marches</SPAN>
Paper: $26.95
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A Movement Without Marches

African American Women and the Politics of Poverty in Postwar Philadelphia

By Lisa Levenstein

Government benefits and services come with strings attached

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >Right to Ride</SPAN>
Paper: $26.00
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Right to Ride

Streetcar Boycotts and African American Citizenship in the Era of Plessy v. Ferguson

By Blair L. M. Kelley

A civil rights movement in an earlier generation

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >First Fruits of Freedom</SPAN>
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First Fruits of Freedom

The Migration of Former Slaves and Their Search for Equality in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1862-1900

By Janette Thomas Greenwood

Union soldiers facilitate migration of freedmen to their own hometown

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >A Faithful Account of the Race</SPAN>
Paper: $27.95
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A Faithful Account of the Race

African American Historical Writing in Nineteenth-Century America

By Stephen G. Hall

Reconstructing a lost milieu of historical writing

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >Joining Places</SPAN>
Paper: $27.95
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Joining Places

Slave Neighborhoods in the Old South

By Anthony E. Kaye

Remapping slave society

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >Emancipation's Diaspora</SPAN>
Paper: $32.50
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Emancipation's Diaspora

Race and Reconstruction in the Upper Midwest

By Leslie A. Schwalm

Reconstruction-era struggles for civil rights and citizenship

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >Upbuilding Black Durham</SPAN>
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Upbuilding Black Durham

Gender, Class, and Black Community Development in the Jim Crow South

By Leslie Brown

How diversity and dissent strengthened the black community

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >African Cherokees in Indian Territory</SPAN>
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African Cherokees in Indian Territory

From Chattel to Citizens

By Celia E. Naylor

Acculturation and resistance in the Cherokee Nation

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >American Africans in Ghana</SPAN>
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American Africans in Ghana

Black Expatriates and the Civil Rights Era

By Kevin K. Gaines

The U.S. civil rights movement and the decolonization of Africa

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >All Bound Up Together</SPAN>
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All Bound Up Together

The Woman Question in African American Public Culture, 1830-1900

By Martha S. Jones

How black women organized to shape black public culture

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<SPAN STYLE= "" >Battling the Plantation Mentality</SPAN>
Paper: $32.50
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Battling the Plantation Mentality

Memphis and the Black Freedom Struggle

Laurie Beth Green

Why freedom on paper is not enough

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