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The Making of African American Identity: Volume II, 1865-1917
Topic: FreedomTopic: IdentityTopic: InstitutionsTopic: PoliticsTopic: Forward
Topic: Institutions
Toolbox Overview: The Making of African American Identity: Volume II, 1865-1917
Resource Menu: Institutions
Text 1. Power
Text 2. Associations (I)
Text 3. Associations (II)
Text 4. Education
Text 5. Leadership
Text 6. Religion
Text 7. Business
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Text 8. Family
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7.  Business
- Edward Bannister, Newspaper Boy, oil on canvas, 1869
- Warren Coleman, Appeal to support a black-operated cotton mill, Daily Concord [N.C.] Standard, 5 July 1896

    Edward Bannister, Newspaper Boy
Links
Newspaper Boy: PDF file*
nationalhumanitiescenter.org/pds/maai2/institutions/text7/newspaper.pdf

Coleman:
www.historymatters.gmu.edu/d/5744


Online
Sources


Newspaper Boy: National Humanities Center

Coleman: History Matters, from George Mason University and the City University of New York


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Supplemental
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Brief biography of Edward Bannister and links to online paintings, from Long Island University

Overview of Warren Coleman's career, from Clark University

Evidences of Progress among Colored People, by G. F. Richings, 1902, ch. 19-22, and ch. 33 on the Warren Coleman Co., in Documenting the American South, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries

The Negro in the South; His Economic Progress in Relation to His Moral and Religious Development (lectures by Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois), 1907, in Documenting the American South

Black newspapers (four) of the postbellum era, in Soldiers Without Swords: The Black Press, from PBS

The Great Negro Fair, Raleigh, N.C., 1904, in Documenting the American South

African American History and Literature, 1865-1917: Online Resources



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