A Nation Within a Nation (American Ways Series) by John Ernest

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By John Ernest

John Ernest bargains a accomplished survey of the broad-ranging and influential African American agencies and networks shaped within the North within the overdue eighteenth century throughout the finish of the Civil conflict. He examines fraternal enterprises, church buildings, conventions, mutual relief gain and literary societies, academic agencies, newspapers, and magazines. Ernest argues those agencies exhibit how African american citizens self-definition used to be no longer completely decided via slavery as they attempted to create organisations within the desire of making a community.

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