Table of contents for John Edward Bruce : politician, journalist, and self-trained historian of the African diaspora / Ralph L. Crowder.


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Contents
Introduction 1
1 From Slavery to Freedom: John Edward Bruce's Childhood and
 Adolescence 7
2 Bldyen, Crummell, and Bruce: Mentors, Patrons, and the
 Evolution of a Pan-African Network 40
3 Race, Politics, and Patronage: John Edward Bruce and the
 Republican Party 81
4 Frderick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, and John Edward
 Bruce's Career as a Journalistic Hired Gun 126
5 The Popularization of African American History:John Edward
 Bruce as Historian, Bibliophile, and Black History Advocate
 154
6 Grand Old Man of the Movement: John Edward Bruce, Marcus
 Garvey, and the UNIA 229
Conclusion The Making of A Race Man: The Meaning and 
 Significance of John Edward Bruce's Life 271
Notes 280
Selected Bibliography 389
Index 000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Bruce, John Edward, African American political activists Biography, African American journalists Biography, African American historians Biography, African Americans Historiography, African diaspora, Pan-Africanism, African Americans Intellectual life, African Americans Politics and government