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The Black Athlete in Big-Time Intercollegiate Sports, 1941-1968* THE FAILURE of the scholarly community to look seriously at the history of blacks in big-time intercollegiate sports is a missed
THE FAILURE of the scholarly community to look seriously at the history of blacks in big-time intercollegiate sports is a missed opportunity to understand an important dimension of African-AmericanExpand
Horses and gentlemen: the cultural significance of gambling among the gentry of Virginia.
n the fall of i686 Durand of Dauphine, a French Huguenot, visited the capital of colonial Virginia. Durand regularly recorded in a journal what he saw and heard, providing one of the few firsthandExpand
Black Americans and Organized Labor: A New History
nation in federal programs. In making this last point, Smith provides a necessary corrective to the work of recent political historians. These historians have argued that the New Deal politicalExpand
The African Crusade for Black Industrial Schooling
The concept of industrial education was extended beyond the "Negro problem" in the United States during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The colonial powers of Europe wellExpand
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