Destiny and Race: Selected Writings, 1840-1898

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Univ of Massachusetts Press, 1992 - 306 من الصفحات
A major 19th-century reformer and intellectual, Alexander Crummell was the first black American to receive a degree from Cambridge University. After working in Liberia, he founded the American Negro Academy. This volume of selected writings by Crummell aims to prompt a re-evaluation of his work.
 

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Destiny and race: selected writings, 1840-1898

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This well-edited work reestablishes the importance of a leading African American thinker. A 19th-century Episcopal minister, reformer, and pan-Africanist, Crummell had a major influence on subsequent ... قراءة التقييم بأكمله

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Of Alexander Crummell W E B Du Bois
21
The Shades and the Lights of a Fifty Years Ministry
31
Letter to Elizur Wright
45
From Eulogium on Henry Highland Garnet D D
55
Lecture Notes
61
Report from Buchanan Liberia on a Journey to St Andrews
68
Countries
75
Sermons Revealing the Theological Basis of Crummells Social Theories
95
Address to the British and Foreign AntiSlavery Society
158
The Progress and Prospects of the Republic of Liberia
165
Our National Mistakes and the Remedy for Them
175
The Destined Superiority of the Negro
194
How to Apply the Unclaimed Bounty
206
The Assassination of President Garfield
224
The Negro as a Source of Conservative Power
235
The Discipline of Freedom
245

The Day of Doom
107
On Laying the Corner Stone at
116
The Greatness of Christ
129
The Work of the Black Priest
139
Statements of Social and Political Ideology
147
The Social Principle among a People and Its Bearing on Their Progress
254
Civilization as a Collateral and Indispensable Instrumentality
269
The Absolute Need of an Indigenous Missionary Agency for
277
Index
301
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