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eBook American Indian and African American People, Communities, and Interactions: An Annotated Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in American History) download ISBN: 031332347X
Author: Lisa Bier
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This bibliography features books, articles, Web sites, and videos containing information on interactions between African American and Native American people and communities. These interactions reveal communication, alliances, and agency among the two groups, a neglected layer of North American history. The descriptive annotations are grouped into chapters that are organized either geographically or by tribe. The book concludes with a detailed index.

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American Indian and African American People, Communities, and Interactions: An Annotated Bibliography. 2nd ed. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 1993. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004. Brooks, James . ed. Confounding the Color Line: The Indian-Black Experience in North America. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002. Brown, Cloyde I. Black Warrior Chiefs: A History of the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts: A True Story. Fort Worth: C. I. Brown, 1999. Possible African Influence on the Art of the Florida Seminoles. The Black Seminoles: History of a Freedom-Seeking People. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1996. Westport: Praeger Publishers, 2004. Boston Hampton Committee. A Brief Sketch of the Record of the American Negro and Indian in the Great War: Report of the Committee of Information of the Boston Hampton Committee, March 1919. Boston: The Committee, 1919.

Bier, Lisa Bier's bibliography covers contact between African Americans and Native Americans in the United States and Canada from th. .

American Indian and African American People, Communities and Interactions: An Annotated Bibliography. Bibliographies and Indexes in American History, no. 48. Westport, Conn. Bier's bibliography covers contact between African Americans and Native Americans in the United States and Canada from the eighteenth century to the present day. Works cited include books, periodical articles, dissertations, Web sites, and videos. Topics covered include geographic regions, tribes that had lots of contact with African Americans, the West,.

The African American race and the events they have been involved in from .

The African American race and the events they have been involved in from 1865- resent day, have single handedly contributed to and shaped the race they. Boston: Bedford Books, 2001 African Americans Hester 2 Peoples natural assumption is that segregation began or was a natural outcome of Reconstruction. Even scholars can’t in point the exact origins of when this era began or the issue of where, why, and how this behavior became normal between black and white southerners. The focus is on racial interactions following Emancipation, the complex relationship between race and class, and how segregation practices varied from state to state.

This bibliography demonstrates African-Americans have had dynamic men and women leaders who have improved the lives of its people and the nation. This bibliography has stimulated my thinking and it will certainly enhance the discussion of African-American leadership

This bibliography demonstrates African-Americans have had dynamic men and women leaders who have improved the lives of its people and the nation. This bibliography has stimulated my thinking and it will certainly enhance the discussion of African-American leadership. -Darold M. Johnson Director Southeast Policy Leaders Forum. The Study of African American leadership is an important lens through which to view African American society and politics, as well as to understanding the possibilities and limits of the prospect for racial justice in the American democracy.

Interest in this topic is growing rapidly, both as a field of academic research and as people with African American and American Indian backgrounds voice interest in their heritage. Materials on this topic are often difficult to locate because of the ways that libraries and research databases organize information. This bibliography is the first of its kind and strives to make researching this understudied topic easier. This volume will serve as an important research tool in this area. This bibliography features books, articles, Web sites, and videos containing information on interactions between African American and Native American people and communities. These interactions reveal communication, alliances, and agency among the two groups, a neglected layer of North American history. The descriptive annotations are grouped into chapters that are organized either geographically or by tribe. The book concludes with a detailed index.