Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology
G. S. Huxford
Except for an occasional Nat Turner, Booker T. Washington, or George W. Carver, the Negro as a person is missing from the textbooks from which the millions learn their history. The race has bulked large as a theme in American historiography, but such treatment has been largely preoccupied with Negroes en masse and as a "problem," and has rarely extended to individual, creative Negroes and their contributions to American society. It may be supposed that white, college-bred Americans can identify very few of the most celebrated Negroes who attained prominence of some sort before World War I.
Douglas, Ella D. Lewis, "Negro Historiography With Special Emphasis on Negro Historians of the New School" (1968). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 689.
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