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The Resource In the company of Black men : the African influence on African American culture in New York City, Craig Steven Wilder

In the company of Black men : the African influence on African American culture in New York City, Craig Steven Wilder

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In the company of Black men : the African influence on African American culture in New York City
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In the company of Black men
Title remainder
the African influence on African American culture in New York City
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Craig Steven Wilder
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eng
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DLC
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  • illustrations
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index present
LC call number
F128.9.N4
LC item number
W55 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
In the company of Black men : the African influence on African American culture in New York City, Craig Steven Wilder
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In the company of Black men : the African influence on African American culture in New York City, Craig Steven Wilder
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-309) and index
Contents
Part I: African voluntary associations and the rise of Black spiritual culture -- A taunt from the oppressed: the west African institutional legacy in New York City, 1644-1783 -- Raising Mother Zion: the fusion of African and British institutions in New York, 1784-1822 -- The liberating power of the cross: the NYAS and the African encounter with the Protestant ethic, 1774-1796 -- "The aristocracy of character": African societies and the moral consequence of nationalism, 1784-1845 -- Part II: African voluntary associations and the making of the public sphere -- "The inmates of my sanctum sanctorum": African voluntary associations and the public sphere, 1808-1845 -- In the company of Black men: manhood and obligation in the African confraternity, 1808-1857 -- "A single voice": African societies, the press, and the public sphere, 1827-1861 -- When Black men spoke of freedom: voluntary associations and nationalist culture, 1809-1865 -- Part III: The transformation of African American voluntarism -- "The gaudy carnival": the African declension in the NYASMR, 1863-1945 -- "Shall it be a woman?": the transformation of Black men's voluntarism, 1865-1960
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24 cm.
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xi, 333 p., [8] p. of plates
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9780814793688
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(cloth : alk. paper)
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2001002836
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ill., ports.

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