Table of contents for The age of Jim Crow : a Norton casebook in history / [compiled by] Jane Dailey.

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Introduction										000
Section I: Reconstruction Amendment¿s Debates in Congress			000
	a. Lyman Trumbell on the Civil Rights Bill (January 27, 29, 1866)		000
	b. George Julius on White Southern Resistance to Black Suffrage (debate
		on Civil Rights Bill (January 29, 1866)				000
	c. Mr. Johnson Introduces the Miscegenation Issue (January 30, 1866)	000
	d. Mr. Moulton on Marriage (February 2-3, 1866)				000
	e. Mr. Dawson on the Republicans and Social Equality (January 30-31;
		February 1, 1866)							000
	f. Mr. Donnelly on the Black Codes (February 1, 1866)			000
	g. Mr. Thayer on the Rights Included in the Civil Rights Bill 
		(March 2, 1866)							000
	h. Dialogue Between Mr. Rodgers, Mr. Grinnell, and Mr. Cook on the 
		Civil Rights Bill (March 1, 1866)					000
	i. Mr. Eldridge on the Civil Rights Bill and Judicial Independence 
		(March 2, 1866)							000
	j. Mr. Rainey on Social Rights (December 19, 2873)				000
	k. Mr. Ransier on Social Equality (January 5, 1874)				000
	l. Mr. Beck Proposes an Amendment to the Civil Rights Act (January
		5-6, 1874)								000
	m. Mr. Butler of Massachusetts on Equality (January 7, 1874)		000
Section 2: Laws Relating to Freedom							000
	a. Law Forbidding Interracial Marriage (1866)				000
	b. Regulations for Freedmen in Louisiana 					000
	c. Civil Rights of Freedmen in Mississippi					000
	d. North Carolina ¿Black Code¿; definition of ¿Negro¿ (1866)		000
	e. Correcting the Vocabulary of South Carolina: Proceedings of 
		Constitutional Convention of South Carolina (1868)			000
	f. Louisiana Constitution (1868)						000
Section 3: Proceedings in the Ku Klux Trials at Columbia, South Carolina 
	(November 1871)								000
	a. Constitution and By-Laws of the Ku Klux Klan; testimony of Kirkland 
L. Gunn, former member of the Klan					000
	b. Testimony of Dick Wilson							000
	c. Testimony Taken by the Joint Select Committee to Inquire into the 
		Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States (1872)	000
4. Thomas E. Watson, ¿The Negro Question in the South¿ (October 1892)		000
5. Charles Chesnutt, ¿What is a White Man?¿ (May 30, 1889)			000
6. Atticus G. Haygood, ¿The Black Shadow in the South¿ (September 1893¿
	February 1894)								000
7. Ida B. Wells-Barnett, On Lynchings: Southern Horrors				000
	a. A Red Record								000
8. Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 U.S. 537 (1896)						000
9. Congressional Debate on the Treaty of Paris (1899)				000	
	a. Speech of Senator Benjamin Tillman on the Treaty of Paris (February
		7, 1899)								000
	b. Speech of George C. White of North Carolina in the House of 
Representatives (January 26, 1899)					000
10. Paul Lawrence Dunbar, ¿An Ante-Bellum Sermon¿ (1898)			000
11. W.E.B. DuBois, ¿Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others¿ 			000
12. Fannie Barrier Williams, ¿The Club Movement Among Colored Women
	of America¿ (1904)								000
13. Alfred Holt Stone, ¿The Italian Cotton Grower: The Negro¿s problem¿
	(January 1905)								000
14. W.E.B. DuBois, ¿The Niagara Movement: Address to the Country¿ (1906)	000
15. United States v. Reynolds; United States v. Broughton, 235 U.S. 133; 35 S. Ct.
	86 (1914)									000
16. W. E. B. DuBois, ¿Returning Soldiers¿ and ¿Documents of War¿ (May 1919)	000
17. ¿Address Denouncing W.E.B. DuBois¿ (April 1919)				000
18. Marcus Garvey, ¿Will Stand By Slogan ¿Africa for the Africans at Home and
	Abroad¿¿ (September 7, 1921)						000	
	a. Marcus Garvey, ¿Opening Speech of the Convention¿ (August 1, 1921)	000
19. W.E.B. DuBois, ¿Georgia: Invisible Empire State¿ (January 21, 1925)		000
20. W.E.B. DuBois, ¿Social Equality and Racial Intermarriage¿ (March 1922)	000
21. Countee Cullen, ¿Incident¿ (1925)						000
22. William Alexander Perry, ¿Fode¿ from Lanterns on the Levee			000
23. Katherine DuPre Lumpkin, The Making of a Southerner 			000
24. Ralph Ellison, ¿A Party Down at the Square,¿ in Flying Home and Other
	Stories										000
25. Jessie Daniel Ames, ¿Southern Women and Lynching¿ (October 1936)		000
26. Hollace Ransdall, Report on the Scottsboro, Alabama Case, American Civil
	Liberties Union (May 27, 1931)						000
27. Marion Post Wolcott Photo, Choke-em-Down Lunchroom (January 1939)	000
28. Margaret Halsey, ¿Memo to the Junior Hostesses¿ from Color Blind: A White
	Woman Looks at the Negro (1946)						000
29. Commission on Interracial Cooperation, Inc., ¿the Negro and Motion 
Pictures¿, Clip Sheet (December 15, 1943)					000
30. Langston Hughes, Essays from the Chicago Defender (1942-1962)		000
31. President Harry Truman¿s Statement and Executive Order Establishing the
	President¿s Committee on Civil Rights (December 5, 1946)			000
32. ¿President Truman¿s Speech to the NAACP¿ (June 30, 1947)			000
33. W.E.B. DuBois, ¿A Petition to the Human Rights Commission of the Social
	and Economic Council of the United Nations; and to the general Assembly 
of the United Nations; and to the Several Delegates of the Member States 
of the United Nations¿ ( 1949)						000
34. Theodore G. Bilbo, Take Your Choice: Separation or Mongrelization (1947)	000
35. ¿A Letter to a Southern Gentleman¿, Common Ground (Summer 1946)		000
36. Lillian Smith, ¿The Women¿ and ¿Two Men and a Bargain¿ from Killers
	of the Dream (1949)								000
37. Stetson Kennedy, ¿Brotherhood¿Union Made,¿ from Southern Exposure 
	(1946)										000
38. George S. Schuyler, ¿Jim Crow in the North¿ (June 1949)			000
39. Ralph McGill, ¿The Story of Dr. Ralph Bunche¿					000
40. Zora Neale Hurston, letter deploring the Brown decision (August 23, 1955)	000
41. Grass Roots League, Inc. 1928 Negro Program of Communist Party, Plank
 XII, ¿Oppression of the Negros¿, reprinted in flyer, ¿Here¿s Proof of the
 Red Pro-Negro Plot Against the South & USA¿ (1956)			000
42. Herbert Ravenel Sass, ¿Mixed Schools and Mixed Blood¿ (1956)		000
43. Rev. James F. Burks, Pastor of Bayview Baptist Church, Norfolk, Virginia, 
sermon delivered on May 30, 1954						000
44. ¿The Church and Segregation,¿ Presbyterian Outlook (May 3, 1954)		000
45. Flyer, ¿Total Integration Means¿Total Mongrelization¿ (nd, ca. 1956)		000
46. Langston Hughes, ¿How to Integrate Without Danger of Intermarriage,¿
	Chicago Defender (November 26, 1955)					000
47. Anti-Roch & Roll Flyer, White Citizens Council of Greater New Orleans, n.d.
	(ca. 1956)									000
48. Charles L. Black, Jr., ¿The Lawfulness of the Segregation Decisions¿ 
(January 1960)								000
49. Virginia Foster Durr, letter (March 2, 1956)					000
50. Harry L. Golden, ¿The Vertical Negro Plan,¿ and other suggestions to solve 
	the segregation problem (May/June 1956-May/June 1958)			000
51. Stetson Kennedy, Jim Crow Guide to the USA (1959)				000
	a. Stetson Kennedy, ¿Who Is Colored Where?¿ (1959)			000
	b. Stetson Kennedy, ¿Who May Marry Whom¿ (1959)			000
	c. Stetson Kennedy, ¿Open to All (Whites)¿ (1959)				000
	d. Stetson Kennedy, ¿The Dictates of Racial Etiquette¿ (1959)		000
52. Robert Williams, excerpt from The Crusader (August 15, 1959)		000
53. Julian Mayfield, ¿Challenge to Negro leadership: The Case of Robert
	Williams¿ (April 1961)							000
54. President Lyndon B. Johnson, ¿To Fulfill These Rights,¿ Commencement 
	Address at Howard University (June 4, 1965)				000
55. Calvin C. Hernton, ¿And you, Too, Sidney Poitier!¿ (1966)			000
56. Decision in Loving v. Virginia, 388 U.S. 1 (1967)				000
Interpretations										000
	Charles Marsh, ¿Douglas Hudgins: Theologian of the Closed Society¿ (1997)
	
	Leon F. Litwack, from Trouble in Mind: Black Southerners in the Age of Jim
Crow (1998)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Segregation -- Southern States -- History -- Sources.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- Southern States -- History -- Sources.
African Americans -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Southern States -- History -- Sources.
Southern States -- Race relations -- History -- Sources.
Racism -- Southern States -- History -- Sources.