Blacks enter the Gilded Age

Documents the history and achievements of African Americans from 1875 through the turn of the century. Profiles the lives and contributions of Black men and women who embraced their freedom as citizens of the United States and continued to work for racial equality and social reform. Higlights includ...

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Corporate Authors: Centre Communications., Ambrose Video Publishing.
Other Authors: Avery, James, 1948-, Meyer, Ronald C., Gordon, Scott L., Reeder, Mark., Keasley, Alphonse.
Format: Electronic Video Video
Language:English
Published: New York, N.Y. : Ambrose Video Pub., c2005.
Series:A History of Black achievement in America ; v.4.
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Online Access:Available via Ambrose Video
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Summary:Documents the history and achievements of African Americans from 1875 through the turn of the century. Profiles the lives and contributions of Black men and women who embraced their freedom as citizens of the United States and continued to work for racial equality and social reform. Higlights include the formation of the Tuskegee Institute by Booker T. Washington, the inventions of Granville T. Woods, and Ida Wells-Barnett protests against the lynching of Blacks. Also documents the Plessy v. Ferguson decision upholding segregation.
Item Description:Series documents the achievements of African Americans, defining their role in the growth of the country and their influence on current events.
Physical Description:Streaming video file (27 min.) : digital, sd., col. with b&w segments.
Format:Mode of access: World Wide Web ; Flash streaming.
Access:Access restricted by licensing agreement.