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The American Negro: What He Was, What He Is, and What He May Become: A Critical and Practical Discussion: Electronic Edition. Thomas, William Hannibal, b. 1843.

The American Negro: What He Was, What He Is, and What He May Become: A Critical and Practical Discussion: Electronic Edition. Thomas, William Hannibal, b. 1843.

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 The American Negro: What He Was, What He Is, and What He May Become:A Critical and Practical Discussion:Electronic Edition.Thomas, William Hannibal, b. 1843.Funding from the Library of Congress/Ameritech National Digital LibraryCompetition supported the electronic publication of this title.Text scanned (OCR) by Nancy Kaiser and Richard MusselwhiteImages scanned by Nancy Kaiser and Sarah ReuningText encoded by Andrew LeiterFirst edition, 2000ca. 740KAcademic Affairs Library, UNC-CHUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,2000.© This work is the property of the University of North Carolina at ChapelHill. It may be used freely by individuals for research, teaching and personal useas long as this statement of availability is included in the text.Source Description:(title page) The American Negro: What He Was, What He Is, and What He May Become:A Critical and Practical Discussion(half title page) The American NegroWilliam Hannibal Thomasxxvi, [2], 440 p.New YorkThe Macmillan Company1901Call Number E185.61 .T465 (Wilson Annex, University of North Carolina at ChapelHill)The electronic edition is a part of the UNC-CH digitization project,Documenting the American South.This electronic edition has been created by Optical Character Recognition(OCR). OCR-ed text has been compared against the original document and corrected.The text has been encoded using the recommendations for Level 4 of the TEI inLibraries Guidelines.Original grammar, punctuation, and spelling have been preserved.Encountered typographical errors have been preserved, and appear in red type.The publisher's advertisements that appear on pages 441 and 442 have beenincluded as image files.Any hyphens occurring in line breaks have been removed, and the trailingpart of a word has been joined to the preceding line.All quotation marks, em dashes and ampersand have been transcribed asentity references.All double right and left quotation marks are encoded as " and "respectively.All single right and left quotation marks are encoded as ' and 'respectively.All em dashes are encoded as --Indentation in lines has not been preserved.Running titles have not been preserved.Spell-check and verification made against printed text using Author/Editor(SoftQuad) and Microsoft Word spell check programs.Library of Congress Subject Headings
 
Languages Used:* English* LatinLC Subject Headings:* Freedmen -- United States -- Social conditions.* African Americans -- Religion.* United States -- Race relations.* Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877).* African Americans -- History.* African Americans -- Social conditions.* Race relations -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.* Thomas, William Hannibal, b. 1843.Revision History:* 2001-08-17,Celine Noel and Wanda Guntherrevised TEIHeader and created catalog record for the electronic edition.* 2000-06-28,Jill Kuhn, project manager,finished TEI-conformant encoding and final proofing.* 2000-06-23,Andrew Leiterfinished TEI/SGML encoding* 2000-06-09,Nancy Kaiser and Richard Musselwhitefinished scanning (OCR) and proofing. THE AMERICAN NEGRO The MM Co.THE AMERICAN NEGRO WHAT HE WAS, WHAT HE IS, AND WHATHE MAY BECOME A Critical and Practical DiscussionBYWILLIAM HANNIBAL THOMASNew YorkTHE MACMILLAN COMPANYLONDON: MACMILLAN & CO., LTD.1901All rights reservedPage versoCOPYRIGHT, 1901,BY THE MACMILLAN COMPANY.Set up and electrotyped January, 1901. Reprinted March, 1901; May, 1901.Norwood Press
 
J. S. Cushing & Co.--Berwick & SmithNorwood Mass. U.S.A.Page vThis BookWRITTEN IN THE HOPE THAT ALL MEMBERS OF THERACE STILL FETTERED BY IGNORANCE OR SPIRITUALBLINDNESS MAY BY ITS TEACHINGS BE INSPIRED TONOBLE THOUGHTS AND DEEDS, IS DEDICATED TO ALLAMERICAN MEN AND WOMEN OF NEGROID ANCESTRYWHO HAVE GROWN TO THE FULL STATURE OFMANHOOD AND WOMANHOODPage viiCONTENTS* FOREWORD . . . . . ix* CHAPTER IALIEN CHATTELISM . . . . . 1* CHAPTER IIDECRETAL FREEDOM . . . . . 25* CHAPTER IIIINDUSTRIAL BONDAGE . . . . . 48* CHAPTER IVMATERIAL THRIFT . . . . . 74* CHAPTER VCHARACTERISTIC TRAITS . . . . . 105* CHAPTER VIETHNIC BELIEFS . . . . . 143* CHAPTER VIIMORAL LAPSES . . . . . 173 Page viii* CHAPTER VIIICRIMINAL INSTINCTS . . . . . 208* CHAPTER IXMENTAL TRAINING . . . . . 237* CHAPTER XSOCIAL RIGHTS . . . . . 277* CHAPTER XIENFRANCHISED FUNCTIONS . . . . . 300* CHAPTER XIICHIMERICAL EXPATRIATION . . . . . 334* CHAPTER XIIIFEASIBLE REGENERATION . . . . . 361* CHAPTER XIVNATIONAL ASSIMILATION . . . . . 397* INDEX . . . . . 433Page ixFOREWORDThe title of this work is sufficiently explicit, I take it, to leave noroom for doubt as to its general character, though there is a disposition in somequarters to use other terms than negro to designate that class of our people

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