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Contents List of Illustrations oo Acknowledgments oo Introduction 1 Restlessness of the Spirit (1859-1900) Background and Beginnings 00 Performances and Peculiar Sam 000 Negotiations in Race and Gender (1900-1905) The Colored American Magazine 000 The Use of Pseudonyms 000 Booker T. Washington and Famous Men 000 The Black Woman's Era 000 The Voices of the Dark Races 000 Negotiations in Literature (1900-1905) The Values of Race Literature 000 Contending Forces of the Slave Past 000 Hagar's Beautiful Daughters 000 Winona, Manhood, and Heroism 000 Of One Blood and the Future African American 000 Folk Characters and Dialect Writing 000 Short Stories in the Colored American Magazine 000 Voices and Silences (1905-1930) On the Platform with Prominent Speakers 000 The New Era Magazine 000 The Late Years 000 Appendix A Primer of Facts, by Pauline E. Hopkins 000 Notes 000 Bibliography 000 Index 000 Illustrations Pauline E. Hopkins (1900) 000 Title page of Contending Forces 000 Hopkins' Colored Troubadours 000 Colored American Magazine (1902) 000 Founders of the Colored American Magazine 000 Advertisement for the Colored American Magazine 000 Pauline E. Hopkins and Albreta Moore Smith (1901) 000 Colored American Magazine (1904) 000 Booker T. Washington 000 Letter from John C. Freund to William H. Dupree 000 Mary Church Terrell 000 G. M. McClellan 000 Illustration for Hagar's Daughter 000 Pauline E. Hopkins (1905) 000 New Era Magazine (March 1916) 000 William Monroe Trotter 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Hopkins, Pauline E. (Pauline Elizabeth).
Authors, American -- 19th century -- Biography.
Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
African American women -- Intellectual life.
Women and literature -- United States.
African American authors -- Biography.
African Americans in literature.