Harlem: The Crucible of Modern African American Culture

By Bascom, Lionel C.

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9781440842689 9781440842696
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Praeger: ABC-CLIO


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As African Americans moved northward in the Great Migration, Harlem, NY, became a gathering point for many, resulting in an "unprecedented kind of social alchemy" often called the Harlem Renaissance. Bascom (writing, Western Connecticut State Univ.; A Renaissance in Harlem) moves in roughly chronological order, f...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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