Table of contents for Black history in the pages of children's literature / Rose Casement.

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Chapter One
An Early Presence: Africans in the Americas before Colonization
Chapter Two
The Early Years: The Beginning of Slavery in the New World
Chapter Three
African Americans and the Beginning of a New Nation
Chapter Four
Harriet Tubman, the Underground Railroad, and the Voice of Frederick Douglass
Chapter Five
The Years Leading Up To and During the Civil War
Chapter Six
Hope and Reconstruction After the Civil War
Chapter Seven
A Land of Promise: Exploring and Settling the West
Chapter Eight
New Laws, Old Racism: The Jim Crow Years
Chapter Nine
Gaining Community, Gaining Voice: The Harlem Renaissance, the Negro Baseball League, and Two World Wars
Chapter Ten
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, and the Struggle for Civil Rights
Chapter Eleven
Telling It Like It Is: Stories of Today
Chapter Twelve
Selection and Inclusion of Children's Literature American History: A Critique
Chapter Thirteen
Outstanding Authors and Illustrators of Children's Literature
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans in literature -- History and criticism.
Children's literature, American -- History and criticism.
African Americans in literature -- Bibliography.
Children's literature, American -- Bibliography.
African Americans in literature -- Study and teaching.