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By Bruce A. Glasrud,Cary D. Wintz,Larry P. Knight,Kenneth W. Howell,Rebecca Kosary,Sara R. Massey,Rue Wood,Janice L. Sumler-Edmond,Jennifer Borrer,Edward Byerly,Judith Kaaz Doyle,Rob Fink,David Louzon,Robert A. Goldberg,Jeanette Nyda Passty

The historical past of South Texas is extra racially and ethnically advanced than many folks detect. As a border zone, South Texas has skilled a few specially fascinating varieties of racial and ethnic intersection, prompted by means of the really small variety of blacks (especially in convinced counties), the functionality and value of the South Texas farm animals alternate, proximity to Mexico, and the background of anti-black violence. The essays in African americans in South Texas historical past give perception into this interesting history.
The articles during this quantity, written over a span of virtually 3 many years, have been selected for his or her clarity, scholarship, and normal interest.
Contributors:
Jennifer Borrer
Edward Byerly
Judith Kaaz Doyle
Rob Fink
Robert A. Goldberg
Kenneth Wayne Howell
Larry P. Knight
Rebecca A. Kosary
David Louzon
Sarah R. Massey
Jeanette Nyda Mendelssohn Passty
Janice L. Sumler-Edmond
Cary D. Wintz
Rue Wood

" . . . a priceless addition to the literature chronicling the black adventure within the land of the Lone big name. whereas earlier reports have focused on areas so much reflective of Dixie origins, this assortment examines the tri-ethnic quarter of Texas adjacent Mexico in which cotton used to be scarce and farm animals abundant. Glasrud has assembled an first-class crew of essays from which readers will examine much."-L. Patrick Hughes, professor of historical past, Austin neighborhood College

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African Americans in South Texas History (Perspectives on South Texas, sponsored by Texas A&M University-Kingsville) by Bruce A. Glasrud,Cary D. Wintz,Larry P. Knight,Kenneth W. Howell,Rebecca Kosary,Sara R. Massey,Rue Wood,Janice L. Sumler-Edmond,Jennifer Borrer,Edward Byerly,Judith Kaaz Doyle,Rob Fink,David Louzon,Robert A. Goldberg,Jeanette Nyda Passty


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