The Urban Negro In The South

By: Carter, Wilmoth Annette

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Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket

Text is clean. Pages tanning heavily. Black boards with gilt spine lettering. Cover shows normal wear, corners bumped. Dust jacket shows shelfwear, and light staining. Chipping along top edge of rear panel. States First Edition. ; From dust jacket flap: Important research and study on "The Negro Mainstreet". "From the days when free negros were the town's artisans and craftsmen, days when segregation was a seldom heard word, through post bellum times when restrictions were imposed...the author brings us through the tremendous changes of a period during which the Negro Main Street gradually took on a different aspect as Negroes entered new business fields, adapted to new ways of living, served a new consumer group, developed a certain solidarity and a "main street ideology". ; 272 pages

Title: The Urban Negro In The South

Author Name: Carter, Wilmoth Annette

Categories: African-american Studies,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Vantage Press: 1961

Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket

Seller ID: 19086