Table of contents for Colored amazons : crime, violence, and Black women in the City of Brotherly Love, 1880-1910 / Kali N. Gross.

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Contents
Acknowledgments									000
Introduction. Notes from the Author: Crime and Black Women_s History		000
1. Of Law and Virtue: Black Women in Slavery, Freedom, and Early Criminal 	000
Justice
2. Service Savors of Slavery: Labor, Autonomy, and Turn-of-the-Century Urban 	000
Crime
3. Tricking the Tricks: Violence and Vice among Black Female Criminals		000
4. Roughneck Women, Pale Representations, and Dark Crimes: Black Female 	000
Criminals and Popular Culture							
5. Deviant by Design: Race, Degeneracy, and the Science of Penology		000
Conclusion. "She was Born in this Prison": Black Female Crime, Past and 	
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Present
Appendix										000
Abbreviations and Notes on Sources							000
Notes											000
Bibliography										000
Index										
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African American criminals -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History.
Female offenders -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History.
Crime and race -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History.
Discrimination in criminal justice administration -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History.
African American women -- Public opinion -- History.
African American women -- Social conditions.