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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 39, No. 1, Amos Long Jr., N. F. Karlins, Vertie Knapp, William T. Parsons Oct 1989

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 39, No. 1, Amos Long Jr., N. F. Karlins, Vertie Knapp, William T. Parsons

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• An Overview of Travel and Transportation in Pennsylvania
• Floretta Emma Warfel: A Folk Artist in Embroidery Paint on Cloth
• Robacker, Earl F. and Ada F.: A Bibliography
• The Modernizing Effect of the Marketplace on Old Order Society, 1727 to 1987
• Aldes un Neies (Old and New)


Reconstruction In Kemper County, Mississippi, Michael Brian Connolly Jul 1989

Reconstruction In Kemper County, Mississippi, Michael Brian Connolly

History Theses & Dissertations

Blacks were the passive victims in Kemper County, Mississippi, the scene of violence and murder in Reconstruction. The Ku Klux Klan, the Order of '76, and a continuing animosity between scalawag Radical Republicans and white-line Democrats were instrumental in perpetuating a frontier atmosphere wherein the pistol and Bowie knife were commonplace. Shooting or killing was an acceptable method of settling one's differences with another. Freedom and new rights for the majority black population of the county and seven years of Radical rule in the county provoked night-riding violence, murder and finally, the Mississippi Plan, successful revolution at the ballot ...


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 4, Ann S. Burrows, Ruthanne Hartung, Stuart Helble, Karen Helble, Frank J. Gallagher, Rae Greiner, William Dean Wright, Wayne Hartzell, Anne Hartzell, Teresa A. Skoog, Mark Osterman, Keith Brintzenhoff, Frederick J. Saul, Beth Kreider, Richard Thomas Jul 1989

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 4, Ann S. Burrows, Ruthanne Hartung, Stuart Helble, Karen Helble, Frank J. Gallagher, Rae Greiner, William Dean Wright, Wayne Hartzell, Anne Hartzell, Teresa A. Skoog, Mark Osterman, Keith Brintzenhoff, Frederick J. Saul, Beth Kreider, Richard Thomas

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Quintessential Quilts
• The Folk Art of Fraktur
• Molding & Spinning Pewter
• Kaleidoscopes & Unique Stained Glass
• Dolls are Not Just for Children Anymore
• Paint Decorated Chests of the Pennsylvania Dutch
• Festival Focus
• Festival Programs
• Tiffany-Style Stained Glass Lamps
• Be Aware of What Might be Hiding in Grandma's Attic
• The Medicine Show
• Pennsylvania Dutch Music & More
• A Poor Damsel's Fate
• Silk Screening
• Long Time Favorite Festival Foods


Ua68/13/4 Limited Edition, Vol. 6, No. 1, Wku Journalism Jun 1989

Ua68/13/4 Limited Edition, Vol. 6, No. 1, Wku Journalism

WKU Archives Records

Newspaper created by students participating in the Minority Journalism Workshop hosted by the WKU Journalism Department.

  • Mills, Deanna. Minorities Say Civil Rights Backsliding Here
  • Anderson, Tiffany. Local Woman Gives Children Chance to Live - Judy Schwank
  • Taylor, Carletta. Minnesota Names Former WKU Star Assistant Coach - Clemette Haskins
  • Wright, Lisa. New Language, Old Friends Concern Refugees Most - Cambodians
  • Hart, Jimmy. Quality of Students Made Integration Smooth
  • Taylor, Carletta. Government Teacher Knows Importance of Role Models - Saundra Ardrey
  • Anderson, Lisa. Robert Haynes Says Western Trying to Increase Minority Hiring
  • Batson, Alycia. Good Opportunities Often Mean Leaving
  • Shobe, Tracey. Local Woman Stays Home to ...


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 3, Amos Long Jr., Robert P. Stevenson, Dale E. Skoff, William B. Fetterman Apr 1989

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 3, Amos Long Jr., Robert P. Stevenson, Dale E. Skoff, William B. Fetterman

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Wayside Inn
• A Draft Board in World War I
• The Compass Inn: A Stagecoach Era Legacy
• The Pennsylvania German Dialect Playwriting Contests of 1941, 1942, 1983 and 1986
• Aldes un Neies (Old and New)


Nacs 17th Annual Conference Program, National Association For Chicana And Chicano Studies Mar 1989

Nacs 17th Annual Conference Program, National Association For Chicana And Chicano Studies

NACCS Conference Programs

Community Empowerment and Chicano Scholarship
March 29-April, 1989
Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles


Book Review: The Arrogance Of Race: Historical Perspectives On Slavery, Racism, And Social Inequality, Vernon J. Williams Jr. Mar 1989

Book Review: The Arrogance Of Race: Historical Perspectives On Slavery, Racism, And Social Inequality, Vernon J. Williams Jr.

Trotter Review

The Arrogance of Race is George M. Fredrick son’s latest work, and it is a profound one. This series of articles, many of which have been published previously, was written over a span of some 20 years and represents the mature reflections of one of this country’s leading intellectual historians. The work should be read by all serious students of race and racism.


Miscegenation And Acculturation In The Narragansett Country Of Rhode Island, 1710-1790, Rhett S. Jones Jan 1989

Miscegenation And Acculturation In The Narragansett Country Of Rhode Island, 1710-1790, Rhett S. Jones

Trotter Review

The histories of most New England states view blacks as a strange, foreign people enslaved in southern states, whom New Englanders rescued first by forming colonization and abolitionist societies and later by fighting a Civil War to free them. The existence of a black population in New England as early as the seventeenth century has been pretty much ignored. Indeed Anderson and Marten, of the Parting Ways Museum of Afro-American Ethnohistory, touched off a furor with their discovery that Abraham Pearse, one of the early residents of Plymouth Colony, was black.

The long neglect of New England’s black history ...


Black New England: Building On The Work Of Lorenzo Johnston Greene, Rhett S. Jones Jan 1989

Black New England: Building On The Work Of Lorenzo Johnston Greene, Rhett S. Jones

Trotter Review

With the death this spring of Dr. Lorenzo J. Greene, Professor Emeritus of History at Lincoln University (Missouri), historians of blacks in New England have lost one of their pioneers, a man who continued to support the scholarly study of Afro-Americans in the region throughout his life. Dr. Greene, who was 89 at his death, was best known as the author of The Negro in Colonial New England, 1620-1776 (1942). Benjamin Quarles wrote of the book, “To it we are indebted for three things, if not more—for filling a gap in the literature of American colonial history, for portraying ...


Tri-Racial Enculturation: Red, White, And Black In The South, Rhett S. Jones Jan 1989

Tri-Racial Enculturation: Red, White, And Black In The South, Rhett S. Jones

Trotter Review

In an essay published in The Western Journal of Black Studies (1977) I pointed out that while for many years the study of relations between blacks and Native Americans had been neglected by historians and other scholars, recent studies had acknowledged that red folk and black often influenced one another. What I did not point out was that, for the United States. studies of tri-racial contact were almost nonexistent. Things were quite different in studies of Latin America where the realities of social and sexual contact among all three races were reflected not only in works by historians but in ...


Commentary: Blacks In U.S. History, Wornie L. Reed Jan 1989

Commentary: Blacks In U.S. History, Wornie L. Reed

Trotter Review

During Black History Month many people paused to discuss and reflect on the presence and the contributions of African-Americans in the history of the United States. During February two years ago we had a visit from a white Navy veteran from nearby Quincy, Massachusetts, who had his own black history story — although he did not express it as such.


Telling The Story Of The Early Black Aviators, Philip S. Hart Jan 1989

Telling The Story Of The Early Black Aviators, Philip S. Hart

Trotter Review

The story of America’s early black aviators from the 1920s and 1930s has been one of the neglected themes in American aviation history. My interest in this topic began with research into family history. My mother’s uncle, J. Herman Banning, was a pioneer black aviator during this nation’s Golden Age of Aviation. I remember my mother, aunt, and grandmother talking about J. Herman Banning back when I was little, and in my teenage years I tried to find out more than I had learned from these family stories and photographs, but it was difficult for me to ...


The Eritrean People's Liberation Front: A Case Study In The Rhetoric And Practice Of African Liberation, Tsenay Serequeberhan Jan 1989

The Eritrean People's Liberation Front: A Case Study In The Rhetoric And Practice Of African Liberation, Tsenay Serequeberhan

William Monroe Trotter Institute Publications

The views of the various African thinkers, which will be systematically explored in this Study, are neither "true" in any absolute sense, nor are they an "ideology" or false consciousness. Rather, they are the self-expression of an open-ended historical process. The works of Fanon, Cesaire, Cabral, etc., with which we shall be engaged in formulating the overall perspective of the struggle for African freedom as a discourse aimed at reclaiming history, are the self-expression of this process itself. These works are the artful and effective self-presentation of those engaged in the struggle, i.e., the rhetoric of African liberation.

The ...


Ua1f Wku Archives Vertical File - Football, Wku Archives Jan 1989

Ua1f Wku Archives Vertical File - Football, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Records

Digitized vertical file materials regarding the WKU football team in 1989.


Black Education In Canada West: A Parochial Solution To A Secular Problem. Rev. M. M. Dillon And The Colonial Church And School Society, Christopher Bruce Elliot Jan 1989

Black Education In Canada West: A Parochial Solution To A Secular Problem. Rev. M. M. Dillon And The Colonial Church And School Society, Christopher Bruce Elliot

Theses and Dissertations (Comprehensive)

African-Americans fled the United States of America during the nineteenth century to escape slavery. The majority of the emigrants took refuge in Upper Canada. Slavery had been abolished by 1834 in all British colonial possessions. Blacks were promised protection from racism by virtue of British institutions. Upper Canada offered the fugitives a chance to begin a new life. Life in Canada West was not to be as joyful as was promised. When Blacks arrived in the British colony they were treated as outsiders, outcast from society. The prejudices of the day flourished throughout the countryside. Racism was manifested in the ...


Anglo-Siouan Relations On Virginia's Piedmont Frontier, 1607-1732, Joseph Benjamin Jones Jan 1989

Anglo-Siouan Relations On Virginia's Piedmont Frontier, 1607-1732, Joseph Benjamin Jones

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


White Democracy, Racism, And Black Disfranchisement: North Carolina In The 1830'S, Elizabeth Hathhorn Mcgehee Jan 1989

White Democracy, Racism, And Black Disfranchisement: North Carolina In The 1830'S, Elizabeth Hathhorn Mcgehee

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 2, William B. Fetterman, James D. Mcmahon Jr., Monica Pieper, Lorett Treese Jan 1989

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 2, William B. Fetterman, James D. Mcmahon Jr., Monica Pieper, Lorett Treese

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Asseba un Sabina: The Flower of Pennsylvania German Folk Theater
• An Elizabeth Furnace Tenant House: A Pennsylvania German Structure in Transition
• A Tribute to Tradition and Necessity: The Schwenkfelder Schools in America
• "Enchanting Prospects": John Penn in Central Pennsylvania
• Aldes un Neies (Old and New)


Index To Volumes 26-35 Of Pennsylvania Folklife, 1976-1986, Judith E. Fryer Jan 1989

Index To Volumes 26-35 Of Pennsylvania Folklife, 1976-1986, Judith E. Fryer

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine Indexes

• Introduction
• Subject Index
• Genealogy Index


Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar Jan 1989

Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar

WKU Archives Records

Commencement program listing graduates.