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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Publication date: 1/1/2001
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|Introduction: African Americans in California History, California in African American History|
|Forming the Community|
|The Early African Heritage of California|
|African American Women and Community Development in California, 1848-1900|
|Pursuing the Dream|
|"The Greatest State for the Negro": Jefferson L. Edmonds, Black Propagandist of the California Dream|
|Harvests of Gold: African American Boosterism, Agriculture, and Investment in Allensworth and Little Liberia|
|In Search of the Promised Land: African American Migration to San Francisco, 1900-1945|
|"Your Life Is Really Not Just Your Own": African American Women in Twentieth Century California|
|Developments in Culture and Politics|
|The Evolution of Black Music in Los Angeles, 1890-1955|
|Becoming Democrats: Liberal Politics and the African American Community in Los Angeles, 1930-1965|
|"In the Interest of All Races": African Americans and Interracial Cooperation in Los Angeles during and after World War II|
|The Dream Deferred|
|Deindustrialization, Urban Poverty and African American Community Mobilization in Oakland, 1945 through the 1990s|
|Black Fire: "Riot" and "Revolt" in Los Angeles, 1965 and 1992|
|African American Suburbanization in California, 1960 through 1990|
|Coalition Building in Los Angeles: The Bradley Years and Beyond|