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The Resource African American women confront the West : 1600-2000, edited by Quintard Taylor, Shirley Ann Wilson Moore

African American women confront the West : 1600-2000, edited by Quintard Taylor, Shirley Ann Wilson Moore

Label
African American women confront the West : 1600-2000
Title
African American women confront the West
Title remainder
1600-2000
Statement of responsibility
edited by Quintard Taylor, Shirley Ann Wilson Moore
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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266694
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
978/.00496073/0082
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E185.925
LC item number
.A45 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1947-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Taylor, Quintard
  • Moore, Shirley Ann Wilson
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True
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • African American women
  • African American women
  • West (U.S.)
  • West (U.S.)
  • West (U.S.)
Target audience
adult
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/titleRemainder
1600-2000
Label
African American women confront the West : 1600-2000, edited by Quintard Taylor, Shirley Ann Wilson Moore
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 363-371) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part II.
  • Spanish-Mexican period
  • Isabel de Olvera Arrives in New Mexico
  • 31
  • To be black and female in the Spanish Southwest : toward a history of African women on New Spain's far Northern frontier
  • Dedra S. McDonald
  • 32
  • Part III.
  • Antebellum West
  • A Texas slave's letter to her husband, 1862
  • Part I.
  • 55
  • Mining a mythic past : the history of Mary Ellen Pleasant
  • Lynn M. Hudson
  • 56
  • A voice from the oppressed to the friends of humanity
  • 71
  • Rights of passage : gendered-rights consciousness and the quest for freedom, San Francisco, California, 1850-1870
  • Barbara Y. Welke
  • 73
  • Part IV.
  • Introduction
  • Post-Civil war era
  • "Anxious foot soldiers" : Sacramento's black women and education in Nineteenth-century California
  • Susan Bragg
  • 97
  • Willianna Hickman's Nicodemus saga
  • 117
  • Homesteading on the plains : the Ava Speese Day story
  • 119
  • Women of the Great Falls African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1870-1910
  • Peggy Riley
  • West of African American women, 1600-2000
  • 122
  • Kate D. Chapman describes blacks in Yankton, Dakota territory
  • 140
  • A black woman on the Montana frontier
  • 142
  • "Is there no blessing for me? : Jane Elizabeth Manning James, a Mormon African American woman
  • Ronald G. Coleman
  • 144
  • Part V.
  • Early Twentieth century
  • Shirley Ann Wilson Moore and Quintard Taylor
  • "The mountains were free and we loved them" : Dr. Ruth Flowers of Boulder, Colorado
  • Susan Armitage
  • 165
  • Nettie J. Asberry : African American Club woman in the Pacific Northwest
  • 178
  • Susie Revels Cayton, Beatrice Morrow Cannady, and the campaign for social justice in the Pacific Northwest
  • Quintard Taylor
  • 189
  • Marcus Garvey : a Seattle woman remembers
  • 205
  • 3
  • "Try being a black woman!" : Jobs in Denver, 1900-1970
  • Moya B. Hansen
  • 207
  • Hattie McDaniel wins an Oscar
  • 228
  • From Peola to Carmen : Fredi Washington, Dorothy Dandridge, and Hollywood's portrayal of the tragic mulatto
  • Alicia I. Rodriquez-Estrada
  • 230
  • Part VI.
  • World War II
  • African American women in Western history : past and prospect
  • Lyn Childs confronts a racist act
  • 251
  • Etta Germany writes to the President
  • 253
  • Women made the community : African American migrant women and the cultural transformation of the San Francisco East Bay area
  • Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo
  • 254
  • "Eight dollars a day and working in the shade" : an oral history of African American migrant women in the Las Vegas Gaming industry
  • Claytee D. White
  • 276
  • Glenda Riley
  • Part VII.
  • Civil Rights era
  • Lulu B. White and the integration of the University of Texas, 1945-1950
  • Merline Pitre
  • 293
  • Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher and the U.S. Supreme Court
  • 309
  • Lucinda Todd and the invisible petitioners of Brown v. Board of education of Topeka, Kansas
  • Cheryl Brown Henderson
  • 312
  • 22
  • Clara Luper and the Civil Rights movement In Oklahoma City, 1958-1964
  • Linda Williams Reese
  • 328
  • Elaine Brown : Black Panther
  • 344
  • Black radicalism in 1960s California : women in the Black Panther Party
  • Jane Rhodes
  • 346
Control code
20529190
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
390 pages
Isbn
9780806135243
Lccn
2002032479
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm50561824
  • (OCoLC)50561824
Label
African American women confront the West : 1600-2000, edited by Quintard Taylor, Shirley Ann Wilson Moore
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 363-371) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part II.
  • Spanish-Mexican period
  • Isabel de Olvera Arrives in New Mexico
  • 31
  • To be black and female in the Spanish Southwest : toward a history of African women on New Spain's far Northern frontier
  • Dedra S. McDonald
  • 32
  • Part III.
  • Antebellum West
  • A Texas slave's letter to her husband, 1862
  • Part I.
  • 55
  • Mining a mythic past : the history of Mary Ellen Pleasant
  • Lynn M. Hudson
  • 56
  • A voice from the oppressed to the friends of humanity
  • 71
  • Rights of passage : gendered-rights consciousness and the quest for freedom, San Francisco, California, 1850-1870
  • Barbara Y. Welke
  • 73
  • Part IV.
  • Introduction
  • Post-Civil war era
  • "Anxious foot soldiers" : Sacramento's black women and education in Nineteenth-century California
  • Susan Bragg
  • 97
  • Willianna Hickman's Nicodemus saga
  • 117
  • Homesteading on the plains : the Ava Speese Day story
  • 119
  • Women of the Great Falls African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1870-1910
  • Peggy Riley
  • West of African American women, 1600-2000
  • 122
  • Kate D. Chapman describes blacks in Yankton, Dakota territory
  • 140
  • A black woman on the Montana frontier
  • 142
  • "Is there no blessing for me? : Jane Elizabeth Manning James, a Mormon African American woman
  • Ronald G. Coleman
  • 144
  • Part V.
  • Early Twentieth century
  • Shirley Ann Wilson Moore and Quintard Taylor
  • "The mountains were free and we loved them" : Dr. Ruth Flowers of Boulder, Colorado
  • Susan Armitage
  • 165
  • Nettie J. Asberry : African American Club woman in the Pacific Northwest
  • 178
  • Susie Revels Cayton, Beatrice Morrow Cannady, and the campaign for social justice in the Pacific Northwest
  • Quintard Taylor
  • 189
  • Marcus Garvey : a Seattle woman remembers
  • 205
  • 3
  • "Try being a black woman!" : Jobs in Denver, 1900-1970
  • Moya B. Hansen
  • 207
  • Hattie McDaniel wins an Oscar
  • 228
  • From Peola to Carmen : Fredi Washington, Dorothy Dandridge, and Hollywood's portrayal of the tragic mulatto
  • Alicia I. Rodriquez-Estrada
  • 230
  • Part VI.
  • World War II
  • African American women in Western history : past and prospect
  • Lyn Childs confronts a racist act
  • 251
  • Etta Germany writes to the President
  • 253
  • Women made the community : African American migrant women and the cultural transformation of the San Francisco East Bay area
  • Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo
  • 254
  • "Eight dollars a day and working in the shade" : an oral history of African American migrant women in the Las Vegas Gaming industry
  • Claytee D. White
  • 276
  • Glenda Riley
  • Part VII.
  • Civil Rights era
  • Lulu B. White and the integration of the University of Texas, 1945-1950
  • Merline Pitre
  • 293
  • Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher and the U.S. Supreme Court
  • 309
  • Lucinda Todd and the invisible petitioners of Brown v. Board of education of Topeka, Kansas
  • Cheryl Brown Henderson
  • 312
  • 22
  • Clara Luper and the Civil Rights movement In Oklahoma City, 1958-1964
  • Linda Williams Reese
  • 328
  • Elaine Brown : Black Panther
  • 344
  • Black radicalism in 1960s California : women in the Black Panther Party
  • Jane Rhodes
  • 346
Control code
20529190
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
390 pages
Isbn
9780806135243
Lccn
2002032479
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm50561824
  • (OCoLC)50561824

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