Slavery to integration : Black Americans in West Texas / edited by Bruce A. Glasrud and Paul H. Carlson ; with Tai D. Kreidler.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Abilene, Tex. : State House Press/McMurry University : Distributed by Texas A&M University Press Consortium, c2007.
Description
168 p. ; 23 cm.

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Bibliographic references
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • "West Texas Historical Association Year Book articles on African Americans": p. 159-162.
Contents
  • Introduction. Black Americans in West Texas / Paul H. Carlson and Bruce A. Glasrud
  • Black and Mexican slaves in Young County, Texas, 1856-1865 / Barbara A. Ledbetter
  • D.W. Wallace ("80 John") : an African American cattleman on the Texas frontier / contributed by R.C. Crane
  • Nig London : Throckmorton County cowman / Lawrence Clayton
  • William R. Shafter commanding black troops in West Texas / Paul H. Carlson
  • Second Lieutenant Henry O. Flipper : a Black officer on the West Texas frontier / Donald R. McClung
  • Blacks in San Angelo : relations between Fort Concho and the city, 1875-1889 / Patricia E. Gower
  • The lost treaty of the black Seminoles / Eric Emmerson Strong
  • Abilene's minority population and the 1900 census / Karen Turner
  • Black Lubbock / Robert L. Foster and Alwyn Barr
  • Edward Struggs and Mae Simmons : two African American educators and the provisions for black schools in Lubbock, Texas, 1930-1970 / June M. Steele
  • The beginnings of integration in San Angelo I.S.D. / Gregory A. Doherty
  • Desegregation in West Texas : the United States v. Ector County I.S.D. case / Bryan L. Smith.
ISBN
  • 9781933337265 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • 1933337265 (pbk. : alk. paper)
LCCN
^^2007028522
OCLC
162118802
RCP
H - S
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