AMERICAN NEGRO ACADEMY PAPERS; RELATED EARLY BLACK CIVIL RIGHTS PUBLICATIONS, JOURNALS, 1890s-1920S ; CONSISTING OF 16 TITLES TOTAL
AMERICAN NEGRO ACADEMY PAPERS; RELATED EARLY BLACK CIVIL RIGHTS PUBLICATIONS, JOURNALS, 1890s-1920S ; CONSISTING OF 16 TITLES TOTAL
AMERICAN NEGRO ACADEMY PAPERS; RELATED EARLY BLACK CIVIL RIGHTS PUBLICATIONS, JOURNALS, 1890s-1920S ; CONSISTING OF 16 TITLES TOTAL
AMERICAN NEGRO ACADEMY PAPERS; RELATED EARLY BLACK CIVIL RIGHTS PUBLICATIONS, JOURNALS, 1890s-1920S ; CONSISTING OF 16 TITLES TOTAL
AMERICAN NEGRO ACADEMY PAPERS; RELATED EARLY BLACK CIVIL RIGHTS PUBLICATIONS, JOURNALS, 1890s-1920S ; CONSISTING OF 16 TITLES TOTAL

AMERICAN NEGRO ACADEMY PAPERS; RELATED EARLY BLACK CIVIL RIGHTS PUBLICATIONS, JOURNALS, 1890s-1920S ; CONSISTING OF 16 TITLES TOTAL

1898-1924. Contains the following 16 items in 3 categories:

1) American Negro Academy, Group of 14 "Occasional Papers" ; Washington, D.C. Group of 14 issues of this landmark African American intellectual publication, beginning with Occasional Papers No. 3 in 1898; the latest journal is No. 22 (1924). Various paginations; small 8tos, original wrappers. Condition varies; many are fragile, particularly the earliest issues, but handleable.Textblocks all appear complete. No journal is missing its front cover, i.e., all are present; however, some (Nos. 3, 4, 7 and 9) are separated and others severely chipped. The 4 issues with the loose front wrappers also are lacking a (blank) bottom wrapper. Conversely, a couple issues-- namely No. 15, No. 16 and No. 17-- are Very Good+ to Near Fine. Founded in Washington D.C by 78-year-old Reverend Alexander Crummell, the American Negro Academy was an organization of black intellectuals dedicated to the promotion of higher education, the arts, and science for African Americans as part of the overall struggle for racial equality. This group of their Occasional Papers includes: #3 Alexander Crummell's 1898 paper "Civilization the Primal Need of a Race;" #4 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE NEGRO PROBLEM (Cook, 1898), #5 "How the Black St. Domingo Legion Saved the Patriot Army in the Siege of Savannah, 1779" (Steward, 1899),#6 "The Disfranchisement of the Negro" (Love, 1899), #7 "Right on the Scaffold, or The Martyrs of 1822 (Grimke, 1901); #9 "The Early Negro Convention Movement" (Cromwell, 1904), #11 "The Negro and the Elective Franchise" (Grimke, Cook, Hope, et al., 1905); #14 "Charles Sumner Centenary," a historical address by Grimke (1911); #15 "Peonage" (Hershaw, 1915); #16 "The Ballotless Victim of One-Party Governments", 1913 Annual Address (Grimke); #17 "The Ultimate Criminal," 1915 Annual Address (Grimke); "Papers of the American Negro Academy" series of six essays by various authors [1916], #21 "The Shame of America, or, The Negro's Case Against the Republic" (Grimke, 1924); and #22 "The Challenge of the Disfranchised: A Plea for the Enforcement of the 15th Amendment" (Cromwell, 1924).

2) The Atlanta Riot: A Discourse by the Rev. Francis J. Grimke, Pastor of the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church, October 7, 1906 Grimke, Rev. Francis J. [s.l.]: Published by Request, 1906. 1st ed. Paperback. 14p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Poor; with loose front cover, heavily chipped, with back cover absent; textblock is complete and still stapled, though with some closed tears at spine. No markings. Very hard to find.

3) Paul Cuffe Sherwood, Henry N. Washington, D.C.: Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1923. (Reprinted from the Journal of Negro History, VIII, No. 2, April 1923). 77p. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Good.

Despite some damage, these exceedingly scarce pamphlets represent the work of some of the greatest African American scholars of any era.;

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