Table of contents for Liberation historiography : African American writers and the challenge of history, 1794-1861 / by John Ernest.


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 Acknowledgments 00
 Introduction 00
 1. The Theater of History 00
 2. Scattered Lives, Scattered Documents: Writing Liberation
 History 00
 3. Multiple Lives and Lost Narratives: (Auto)Biography as History
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 4. The Assembly of History: Orations and Conventions 000
 5. Our Warfare Lies in the Field of Thought: The African American
 Press and the Work of History 000
 Epilogue: William Wells Brown and the Performance of History 000
 Notes 000
 Bibliography 000
 Index 000
 Ernest MS
 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: African Americans History To 1863 Historiography, African American historians History 18th century, African American historians History 19th century, Historiography United States History 18th century, Historiography United States History 19th century