Race, ethnicity, and urbanization : selected essays / Howard N. Rabinowitz

Author(s): Rabinowitz, Howard N., 1942-
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Subjects: African Americans--Southern States--History--19th century
Urbanization--Southern States--History--19th century
Southern States--Race relations
Southern States--History--1865-1951
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Columbia : University of Missouri Press, c1994
LC Classification: E
Physical Description: xii, 359 p. ; 25 cm
Table of Contents: Acknowledgments
Author's Note
Introduction: Selected Reflections on Thirty Years of History as a Discipline and a Profession 1
Pt. 1. Historians and Segregation
More than the Woodward Thesis: Assessing The Strange Career of Jim Crow 23
Segregation and Reconstruction 42
Pt. 2. From Exclusion to Segregation
From Exclusion to Segregation: Health and Welfare Services for Southern Blacks, 1865-1890 61
Half a Loaf: The Shift from White to Black Teachers in the Negro Schools of the Urban South, 1865-1890 90
From Reconstruction to Redemption in the Urban South 117
From Exclusion to Segregation: Southern Race Relations, 1865-1890 137
Pt. 3. Reconstruction and Its Legacy
The Conflict between Blacks and the Police in the Urban South, 1865-1900 167
Three Reconstruction Leaders: Blanche K. Bruce, Robert Brown Elliott, and Holland Thompson 181
A Comparative Perspective on Race Relations in Southern and Northern Cities, 1860-1900 208
Pt. 4. Jews and Other Ethnics
Race, Ethnicity, and Cultural Pluralism in American History 225
Writing Jewish Community History 248
Nativism, Bigotry, and Anti-Semitism in the South 257
Pt. 5. Continuity and Change
Continuity and Change: Southern Urban Development, 1860-1900 273
The Weight of the Past vs. The Promise of the Future: Southern Race Relations in Historical Perspective 318
Index 341
Notes: LCCN: 93032413
ISBN: 0826209300 (alk. paper)
Includes bibliographical references and index
OCLC Number: 28890940
ISBN/ISSN: 0826209300