The Negro in the South

The Negro in the South, a book written in 1907 by sociologist W. E. B. Du Bois and educator Booker T. Washington, described the social history of African-American people in the southern United States. It was a compilation of the William Levi Bull Lectures on Christian Sociology for that year. It has been re-published in 2011 in electronic form via Project Gutenberg.[1]

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  1. ^ at Project Gutenberg.The Negro in the South

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