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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 513 pages of information about The Journal of Negro History, Volume 1, January 1916.
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THE NEGROES OF CINCINNATI PRIOR TO THE CIVIL WAR1
C. G. WOODSON14
FOOTNOTES: 14
THE STORY OF MARIA LOUISE MOORE AND FANNIE M. RICHARDS[1]16
W. B. HARTGROVE22
FOOTNOTES: 22
THE PASSING TRADITION AND THE AFRICAN CIVILIZATION25
MONROE N. WORK30
A. O. STAFFORD34
WHAT THE NEGRO WAS THINKING DURING THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY34
NO. 134
ESSAY ON NEGRO SLAVERY39
LETTER ON SLAVERY BY A NEGRO44
48
FOOTNOTES: 50
51
To The Rev. Mr. John Rippon56
FOOTNOTES: 57
57
ACCOUNT OF THE NEGRO CHURCH AT SAVANNAH, AND OF TWO NEGRO MINISTERS61
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STATE OF THE NEGROES IN JAMAICA66
LETTER TO DR. RIPPON67
FOOTNOTES: 69
BOOK REVIEWS69
NOTES73
THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY74
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY74
KELLY MILLER:  The Historic Background of the Negro Physician74
NOTES74
THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NEGRO LIFE AND HISTORY, INCORPORATED74
THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY74
THE HISTORIC BACKGROUND OF THE NEGRO PHYSICIAN74
KELLY MILLER80
FOOTNOTES: 80
THE NEGRO SOLDIER IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION82
W. B. HARTGROVE93
FOOTNOTES: 93
FREEDOM AND SLAVERY IN APPALACHIAN AMERICA99
C. G. WOODSON110
FOOTNOTES: 110
ANTAR, THE ARABIAN NEGRO WARRIOR, POET AND HERO114
A. O. STAFFORD122
FOOTNOTES: 122
DOCUMENTS122
LEARNING A MODERN LANGUAGE123
EIGHT DOLLARS REWARD125
TEN DOLLARS REWARD126
RAN AWAY126
TWO GUINEAS REWARD126
BROUGHT TO THE WORKHOUSE126
RUN-AWAY127
BROUGHT TO THE WORKHOUSE127
THREE GUINEAS REWARD RUNAWAY127
RUN-AWAY128
NEGRO IN CUSTODY128
TEN DOLLARS REWARD129
THIRTY DOLLARS REWARD129
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD130
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD131
ADVERTISEMENT131
LEARNING TO READ AND WRITE132
FORTY DOLLARS REWARD133
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD134
RAN AWAY136
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD136
EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD136
EIGHTY DOLLARS REWARD138
EDUCATED NEGROES139
THREE GUINEAS REWARD140
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD140
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD140
CITY SHERIFF’S SALE141
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD141
SLAVES IN GOOD CIRCUMSTANCES142
FIFTEEN DOLLARS REWARD143
NEGROES BROUGHT FROM THE WEST INDIES143
TWO GUINEAS REWARD145
THIRTY DOLLARS REWARD145
TEN DOLLARS REWARD145
VARIOUS KINDS OF SERVANTS146
TO BE SOLD146
TEN POUNDS REWARD146
TWO GUINEAS REWARD RUNAWAY147
RUN-AWAY147
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD148
SEVEN DOLLARS REWARD148
NEGRO PRIVATEERS AND SOLDIERS PRIOR TO THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION148
RELATIONS BETWEEN THE SLAVES AND THE BRITISH DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR150
RELATIONS BETWEEN THE SLAVES AND THE FRENCH DURING THE COLONIAL WARS151
TEN PISTOLES REWARD151
COLORED METHODIST PREACHERS AMONG THE SLAVES151
FORTY DOLLARS REWARD153
SLAVES IN OTHER PROFESSIONS154
SIX DOLLARS REWARD154
CLOSE RELATIONS OF THE SLAVES AND INDENTURED SERVANTS154
FORTY SHILLINGS REWARD158
FIFTY PISTOLES REWARD159
TEN PISTOLES REWARD160
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD161
SIX DOLLARS REWARD161
REVIEWS OF BOOKS162
NOTES166
HOW THE PUBLIC RECEIVED THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY167
THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY173
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY173
NOTES173
COLORED FREEMEN AS SLAVE OWNERS IN VIRGINIA[1]173
THE EXISTENCE OF BLACK MASTERS AFTER COLONIAL TIMES176
A TRULY BENEVOLENT SLAVERY177
FOOTNOTES: 179
THE FUGITIVES OF THE PEARL180
FOOTNOTES: 196
LORENZO DOW[1]198
BENJAMIN BRAWLEY205
FOOTNOTES: 205
THE ATTITUDE OF THE FREE NEGRO TOWARD AFRICAN COLONIZATION206
LOUIS R. MEHLINGER221
FOOTNOTES: 221
DOCUMENTS226
COMMUNICATED230
FOOTNOTES: 238
A TYPICAL COLONIZATION CONVENTION239
243
REVIEWS OF BOOKS256
NOTES261
AN INTERESTING COMMENT262
THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY264
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY264
NOTES265
VOL.  I—­OCTOBER, 1916—­No. 4265
C. E. PIERRE271
FOOTNOTES: 271
PEOPLE OF COLOR IN LOUISIANA273
PART I273
ALICE DUNBAR-NELSON282
FOOTNOTES: 283
THE DEFEAT OF THE SECESSIONISTS IN KENTUCKY IN 1861284
WILLIAM T. McKINNEY294
FOOTNOTES: 294
NOTES ON NEGROES IN GUATEMALA DURING THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY296
A MULATTO CORSAIR OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY299
J. KUNST300
FOOTNOTES: 300
DOCUMENTS301
BURNABY’S VIEW OF THE SITUATION IN VIRGINIA301
301
IMPRESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH TRAVELER305
ABBE ROBIN ON CONDITIONS IN VIRGINIA305
OBSERVATIONS OF ST. JOHN DE CREVECOEUR305
IMPRESSIONS OF JOHANN D. SCHOEPF306
EXTRACTS FROM ANBUREY’S TRAVELS THROUGH NORTH AMERICA307
VINDICATION OF THE NEGROES:  A CONTROVERSY309
FOOTNOTES: 317
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FOOTNOTES: 324
SLAVERY AS SEEN BY HENRY WANSEY325
ESCLAVAGE PAR LA ROCHEFOUCAULD-LIANCOURT326
OBSERVATIONS SUR L’ESCLAVAGE PAR LA ROCHEFOUCAULD-LIANCOURT328
WHAT ISAAC WELD OBSERVED IN SLAVE STATES329
JOHN DAVIS’S THOUGHTS ON SLAVERY331
OBSERVATIONS OF ROBERT SUTCLIFF332
SOME LETTERS OF RICHARD ALLEN AND ABSALOM JONES TO DOROTHY RIPLEY332
337
LETTER FROM AN AFRICAN, RESIDENT IN PHILADELPHIA, TO DOROTHY RIPLEY337
FOOTNOTES: 339
BOOK REVIEWS339
C. R. WILSON340
W. R. WARD340
J. R. DAVIS341
ROBERT E. PARK344
A HAPPY SUGGESTION345
INDEX TO VOLUME I.345
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