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The Forging of a Black Community: Seattle's Central District from 1870… (1994)

by Quintard Taylor

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Contents:
Foreword / Norm Rice --
Introduction. Seattle: the urban frontier --
1. Origins and foundations, 1860-1899 --
2. Employment and economics, 1900-1940.
3. Housing, civil rights, and politics, 1900-1940.
4. Blacks and asians in a white city, 1870-1942.
5. The forging of a black community ethos, 1900-1940 --
6. The transformation of the central district, 1941-1960.
7. From "freedom now" to "Black power," 1961-1970 --
Conclusion: Black Seattle, past, present, and future --
Appendix 1. Founding members of the Seattle NAACP --
Appendix 2. Black Seattle: the social nexus --
Appendix 3. Growth of Seattle's Black population, 1860-1990 --
Appendix 4. Seattle's minority population, 1900-1990.
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