Table of contents for Creating Black Americans : African-American history and its meanings, 1619 to the present / Nell Irvin Painter.


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Preface


1. Africa and Black Americans


2. Captives Transported, 1619-ca. 1850


3. A Diasporic People, 1630-ca. 1850


4. Those Who Were Free, ca. 1770-1859


5. Those Who Were Enslaved, ca.


6. Civil War and Emancipation, 1859-1865


7. The Larger Reconstruction, 1864-1896


8. Hard-Working People in the Depths of Segregation, 1896-ca. 1919


9. The New Negro, 1915-1932


10. Radicals and Democrats, 1930-1940


11. The Second World War and the Promise of


Internationalism, 1940-1948


12. Cold War Civil Rights: 1948-1960


13. Protest Makes a Civil Rights Revolution: 1960-1967


14. Black Power, 1966-1980


15. Authenticity and Diversity in the Era of Hip-Hop, 1980-2004


Epilogue: A Snapshot of African Americans at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
African Americans -- History.
African Americans -- History -- Pictorial works.
African American arts.
African American artists.