Published in 1939, this was one of the first titles to study the family life of African Americans. It begins with colonial-era slavery, extending through emancipation, to the impact of migration to northern and southern cities in the early-20th century.
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Robert Hahn is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.
An Air Full Of Ghosts
At The Northern Gate
Aubade Left Behind In San Diego Harbor
Becalmed, The Director's Cut
Blocked Views, Bad Sightlines
Canal And Camelback Mountain
Curious About The Crows?
Dancing In The Dark
A Date With Sunset
Do You Want To Talk About It?
Don't Try This At Home
Epilogue And Unraveling: Pig-headed Father, Churlish Son
Eppur, Si Muove
Escape From The Orkneys
Eternal Weather At The Holiday Inn In Milledgeville
The Eugenics Lab
The Flayed Man At The Fin De Siecle
Hail And Farewell At St. Andrews
How Long Has This Been Going On
In The Open
John Ford On His Death Bed
Just One Look
Moon Pie On The Hill
No Place Like Home
Object In An Inventory (2)
Overture: The Bright Day
Phony Winter Solstice Ceremonies Unmasked
Picnic Suite: 1. Langue Et Parole
Picnic Suite: 2. Moonglow
Picnic Suite: 3. Lamoille River Seduction
Picnic Suite: 4. A Southern Indiana Boyhood
Picnic Suite: 5. Some Pigs
Raw Or Cooked?
Say You Will
Shot On Site
Spring, Not Seen
Stranded On The Shore
String Of Beads
Where Was Voo Doo When We Needed It
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Book Description University of Notre Dame Press, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110268036543