Item description for The Routledge Atlas of African American History (Routledge Atlases of American History) by Jonathan Earle...
From the 16th century African slave trade to the 20th century struggle for equality, "The Routledge Atlas of African American History" examines the geographical and historical context of the African American Experience. Focusing on issues and events that resonate to this day, topics include: slave revolts, black patriots, slave communities, the Civil War, African Americans in the armed services, the spread of Jim Crow, the Negro Baseball League, the Civil Rights Movement, the Voting Rights Act, the Harlem Renaissance, the expansion of the black middle class, and much more. Also inlcludes 50 color maps.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.21" Width: 7.21" Height: 0.65" Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Release Date Jun 13, 2000
ISBN 0415921368 ISBN13 9780415921367
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More About Jonathan Earle
Jonathan Earle is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Kansas. He is the author of The UndauntedDemocracy: Jacksonian Anti-Slavery and Free Soil1828-1854.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Routledge Atlas of African American History (Routledge Atlases of American History)?
AA History in a Book Jan 4, 2007
The book is a comprehensive atlas of African American history. It is useful for quick facts, but for in-depth information it is not as helpful
Terrific Book Jun 5, 2001
I truly enjoyed this book. An extremely accessible take on African American History, this book is a must read for the non-historian as well as the history buff; for the African American, but also for those of all decents. Kudos to Dr. Earle!