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Document Type:BL
Record Number:104677
Doc. No:b62222
Title & Author:African Americans and the Haitian revolution :selected essays and historical documents /edited by Maurice Jackson and Jacqueline Bacon.
Publication Statement:New York :Routledge,2010.
Page. NO:vii, 259 p. :ill. ;25 cm.
ISBN:9780415803755 (hardback : alk. paper)
0415803756 (hardback : alk. paper)
9780415803762 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0415803764 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:Fever and fret : the Haitian Revolution and African American responses / Maurice Jackson and Jacqueline Bacon -- Afro-American sailors and the international communication network : the case of Newport Bowers / Julius S. Scott -- The roots of early Black nationalism : northern African American's invocations of Haiti in the early nineteenth century / Sara C. Fanning -- The Black Republic : the influence of the Haitian Revolution on northern Black political consciousness, 1816-1862 / Leslie M. Alexander -- A revolution unexampled in the history of man : the Haitian Revolution in Freedom's journal, 1827-1829 / Jacqueline Bacon -- Antebellum African Americans, public commemoration, and the Haitian Revolution : a problem of historical mythmaking / Mitch Kachun -- American Toussaints : symbol, subversion, and the Black Atlantic tradition in the American Civil War / Matthew J. Clavin -- The spirit of human brotherhood, the sisterhood of nations, and perfect manhood : Frederick Douglass and the rhetorical significance of the Haitian Revolution / Glen McClish -- No man could hinder him : remembering Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution in the history and culture of the African American people / Maurice Jackson -- The condition and prospects of Hayti / John Browne Russwurm -- The Haitian Revolution in Freedom's journal, the first African American newspaper : 1827-1828 -- From A lecture on the Haytien revolutions with a sketch of the character of Toussaint L'Ouverture, delivered at the Stuyvesant Institute, for the benefit of the Colored Orphan Asylum, February 26, 1841 / James McCune Smith -- From St. Domingo : its revolutions and its patriots : a lecture delivered before the Metropolitan Athenaeum, London, May 16, and at St. Thomas' Church, Philadelphia, December 20, 1854 / William Wells Brown -- From A vindication of the capacity of the Negro race for self-government, and civilized progress as demonstrated by historical events of the Haytian Revolution and the subsequent acts of that people since their national independence / James Theodore Holly -- The Haitian Revolution in resolutions adopted by African American state and regional conventions 1858, 1859, 1865 -- From Men of mark : eminent, progressive, and rising / William J. Simmons -- From Lecture on Haiti : the Haitian Pavilion dedication ceremonies delivered at the World's Fair in Jackson Park, Chicago, Jan. 2d. 1893 / Frederick Douglass -- The same / Langston Hughes -- From A history of pan-African Revolt / C.L.R. James -- Mister Toussan / Ralph Ellison -- Ho Chi Minh is Toussaint L'Ouverture of Indo-China / Paul Robeson.
Subject:African Americans-- Race identity-- History-- 19th century.
Subject:African Americans-- Attitudes-- History-- 19th century.
Subject:African Americans-- Intellectual life-- 19th century.
Subject:Black nationalism-- United States-- History-- 19th century.
Subject:Slave insurrections-- Haiti.
Subject:Haiti, History, Revolution, 1791-1804, Influence.
Subject:Haiti, History, Revolution, 1791-1804, Historiography.
Subject:Haiti, History, Revolution, 1791-1804, Sources.
Dewey Classification:‭305.896/07309034‬
LC Classification:‭E185.625‬‭.A3843 2010‬
Added Entry:Jackson, Maurice,1950-
Bacon, Jacqueline,1965-