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Land of hope : Chicago, Black southerners, and the Great Migration

Grossman's rich, detailed analysis of black migration to Chicago during World War I and its aftermath brilliantly captures the cultural meaning of the movement. - Publisher
eBook, English, 1989
University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1989
History
1 online resource (xiii, 384 pages) : illustrations
9780226309965, 9781283066167, 9786613066169, 9780226309958, 0226309967, 1283066165, 6613066168, 0226309959
711000233
"All I ask is give me a chance"
"The Negro's natural home"
"Tell me about the place"
"Bound for the promised land"
"Home people" and "Old settlers"
"Don't have to look up to the white man"
"Eny kind of worke"
"The white man's union"
"What work can I get if I go through school?"
Revision of the author's thesis
English
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