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In Search of the Promised Land: Essays in Black Urban History (National University Publications : Interdisciplinary Urban Studies)
by Associated Faculty Pr Inc
Written in English
|Contributions||Theodore Kornweibel (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||227|
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A New York Times bestseller, the groundbreaking authoritative history of the migration of African-Americans from the rural South to the urban North. A definitive book on American history, The Promised Land is also essential reading for educators and policymakers at both national and local levels. From the Trade Paperback edition. From Sodom to the Promised Land E. P. McCabe and the Movement for Oklahoma Colonization by Martin Dann. Autumn (Vol. XL, No. 3), pages to Transcription by Harriette Jensen; HTML composition by Tod Roberts; digitized with permission of The Kansas Historical Society. NOTE: The numbers in brackets refer to endnotes for this text.
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There really are a number of different issues and Aliens in the Promised Land did well to address them. First, this is not just a Black and White issue/5(17).
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history can coalesce in the 4/5(2). The author introduces us to several cottonpickers and laborers in Clarksdale who decide that they have had enough. They move to Chicago to seek the promised land and opportunities. One is Ruby Hopkins. The book then tells us about the Black experience in Chicago in the 40's, via Ruby and others, and it introduces us to the world of Mayor by: From tonearly four million black migrants left the American rural South to settle in the industrial cities of the North and West.
Competition in the Promised Land provides a comprehensive account of the long-lasting effects of the influx of black workers on labor markets and urban space in receiving areas.
Traditionally, the Great Black Migration Reviews: 2. Early life. The autobiographical Manchild in the Promised Land describes the cultural, economic, and religious conditions that suffused Harlem during Brown's early childhood and adolescence while constructing a narrative of Brown's tumultuous early life.
The book explains that in the early 20th century, New York was thought to be the promised land for African Americans, but life in. In a collection of essays on the settlement of the West, several scholars pursue the theme of the promised land. The suffragette, writer, and moralist Nellie McClung saw the West as a place where conditions were good for the raising of Christian-spirited, temperate (that is, free of liquor), and empowered generations — although she.
This Great Migration led to the rapid growth of black urban communities in cities like New York, Chicago, St. Louis, and Detroit. While relatively small groups of southern African Americans migrated after Reconstruction to border states such as Kansas and into the Appalachians, it was not until the imposition of Jim Crow segregation and.
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Following the census, the first to measure the generation of African Americans born after slavery, crime statistics, new migration and immigration trends, and symbolic references to America as the promised land of opportunity were woven into a cautionary tale about the exceptional threat black people posed to modern urban society.
The writing is exceptional."—Robert A. Margo, Boston University "The first book-length economic historical treatment of the Great Migration, Competition in the Promised Land offers new findings in a number of areas. Although migration offered a substantial positive return to black Southerners, there were losers as well as gainers.
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During the first wave of the Great Migration between the two World Wars, 1 million African Americans settled in urban areas such as New York, Pittsburgh, Chicago, and Detroit, drastically increasing the Black populations in those cities.
Segregation was illegal in those areas, but racism was still to be found there.