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Afro-Americans in New Jersey

Giles R. Wright

Afro-Americans in New Jersey

A Short History

by Giles R. Wright

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Published by New Jersey Historical .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • History: American,
  • New Jersey,
  • African Americans,
  • Race relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8257381M
    ISBN 100897430751
    ISBN 109780897430753
    OCLC/WorldCa18989387

    Find groups in New York, New York about African Americans and meet people in your local community who share your interests. New Jersey's remarkable women: daughters, wives, sisters, and mothers who shaped history by Lynn Wenzel: New Jersey's rich harvest: A brief history of agriculture in New Jersey: published in commemoration of the th annive by John T. Cunningham: New Jersey's Southern Shore: An Illustrated History from Brigantine to Cape May Point by Susan.

    New Jersey Historical Society, ), discusses the largest ethnic group of the state and is helpful for finding other sources on the subject. Clement Alexander Price, comp. and ed., Freedom Not Far Distant: A Documentary History of Afro-Americans in New Jersey, New Jersey Historical Society Collections, vol. 16 (Newark, N.J.: New Jersey. Clement Alexander Price, Freedom Not Far Distant: A Documentary of Afro-Americans in New Jersey.

      Corky Johnson was born and raised in Newark, New Jersey. A Graduate from West Side High School in Newark and a Graduate from Wilberforce University, one of the nation's oldest privately owned historical black colleges, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree Business Administration & 5/5(1). (11) The Octo Jersey Journal of New Jersey summarizes Gidiney's findings in a section dedicated to humorous and/or unusual news items, quipping that "a Troy publisher is printing a book on the subject. Several lunatics on this subject have already been fed at the State's expense, and the thing is about played out.".


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Afro-Americans in New Jersey by Giles R. Wright Download PDF EPUB FB2

Afro-Americans in New Jersey: a short history. Giles R. Wright; Trenton, NJ, New Jersey Historical Commission, To view this publication you must have the Adobe® Acrobat® viewer, which can be downloaded at no charge from Adobe®'s website.

He taught labor studies and Afro-American history at Rutgers University, helped prepare the New Jersey African-American Curriculum Guide: Grades 9 to 12, and wrote the script and companion teachers' guides for educational videos of important African-American figures.

His expertise was African-Americans in New Jersey and the Underground Railroad. : Afro-Americans in New Jersey: A Short History (): Wright, Giles R.: BooksCited by: Afro-Americans in New Jersey.

Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, Dept. of State, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Giles R Wright.

Wright, Giles R. Afro-Americans in New Jersey: A Short History. Trenton, New Jersey: New Jersey Historical Commission, Price, Clement Alexander, ed.

Freedom Not Far Distant: A Documentary History of Afro-Americans in Afro-Americans in New Jersey book Jersey Newark, N.J.: New Jersey Historical Society, (FHL call no. FHL F2fn) Resources [edit | edit source]. Street Address: W. State St.

Trenton, NJ Mailing Address: P.O. Box Trenton, NJ Phone: () Fax: () Cited by: : Freedom Not Far Distant: A Documentary History of Afro-Americans in New Jersey: A Joint Project of the New Jersey Historical Society and the New Jer of the New Jersey Historical Society, V.

) (): New Jersey Historical Society, New Jersey Historical Commission, Price, Clement Alexander: BooksFormat: Hardcover. Afro-Americans in New Jersey: A Short History (Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, c), by Giles R. Wright (PDF files at ) Filed under: African Americans -- New Jersey -- Biography.

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Freedom not far distant: a documentary history of Afro-Americans in New Jersey: a joint project of the New Jersey Historical Society and the New Jersey Historical Commission. [Clement Alexander Price; New Jersey Historical Society.; New Jersey Historical Commission.;].

Afro-Americans in New Jersey: A Short History by Giles Wright This book surveys the long Afro-American past in New Jersey, from the colonial era to the late 20th century. Topics include the black migrations from the south, slavery and abolition, and the civil rights. This is a list of African-American newspapers that have been published in the state of New includes both current and historical newspapers.

Among the first such newspapers in New Jersey was Trenton's The Sentinel, established in The Black press in New Jersey grew substantially in the early 20th century, from approximately 12 newspapers in to around 35 in Afro-Americans in New Jersey Book Wright, Giles R.

Prominent African-Americans in New Jersey; statistics compiled from census WRI After Freedom: Burlington, NJ Book Pernot, M. Mostly Burlington County information, includes narratives, documents, wills, manumissions PER. State-Wide Organizations: Afro-American Historical and Cultural Society Museum The Afro-American Historical and Cultural Society Museum is located is on the upper floor of the Greenville Branch of the Jersey City, New Jersey Public Library, its collection is dedicated to the African American experience.; Crossroads of the American Revolution: National Heritage Area This organization fosters.

Of New Jerseyans who participated in the Civil War, blacks numbered 2, and represented of New Jersey’s 6, fatalities. Since the state did not organize any “colored” regiments, black troops were assigned to the regiments of other states and credited to New Jersey.

African-American History in New Jersey Sources for researching the history of African Americans in New Jersey. This guide highlights materials available from the New Jersey State Library's collections and is not intended to represent all information sources for this : Heather Husted.

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Afro-Americans in New Jersey: A Short History by Giles R. Wright A concise history of blacks in the state since the seventeenth century. The book characterizes New Jersey as an ambivalent home for blacks: it has offered opportunity to multitudes, but a least until World War II, it lagged behind other northern states in offering them equality.

Slavery in New Jersey began in the early 17th century, when Dutch colonists imported African slaves for labor to develop their colony of New Netherland.: 44 After England took control of the colony inits colonists continued the importation of slaves from also imported "seasoned" slaves from their colonies in the West Indies and enslaved Native Americans from the Carolinas.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Freedom Not Far Distant: A Documentary History of Afro-Americans in New Jersey: A Joint Project of the New Jersey Historical Society and the New Jersey Historical Commission by Clement Alexander Price (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay!

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