Table of contents for The WPA history of the Negro in Pittsburgh / edited by Laurence A. Glasco.


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Contents
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction to the Published Volume	000
Original Table of Contents	000
Chapter 1: The Shadow of the Plantation	000
Chapter 2: The Negro on the Frontier	000
Chapter 3: The Early Community, 18041860
Chapter 4: Abolition Years	000
Chapter 5: Civil Rights	000
Chapter 6: The Negro Wage Worker	000
Chapter 7: Church, School and Press	000
Chapter 8: The Later Community	000
Chapter 12: Folkways	000
Chapter 13: Arts and Culture	000
Chapter 14: The People Speak	000
Appendix 1: Memorial of Pittsburgh's Free Citizens of Color, 1837	000
Appendix 2: Lewis Woodson's "Birthday Memorandum" of 1856	000
Appendix 3: Two Poems by George B. Vashon: "Vincent Ogé" and "A Life Day"	000
Appendix 4: Transcriptions of Selected Newspaper Items	000
Appendix 5: Bibliography	000
Appendix 6: Maps	000
Appendix 7: List of Microfilmed Materials	000
Index	000
*Note: Chapter numbers are not consecutive due to missing chapters in the original manuscript.




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: African Americans Pennsylvania Pittsburgh History, African Americans Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Social conditions, African Americans Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Interviews, Pittsburgh (Pa, ) History, Pittsburgh (Pa, ) Race relations, Pittsburgh (Pa, ) Biography, African Americans Pennsylvania History