The Negro Family in the United States
Published in 1939, this was one of the first titles to study the family life of African Americans. It begins with colonial-era slavery, extending through emancipation, to the impact of migration to northern and southern cities in the early-20th century.
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Introduction to E Franklin Frazier The Negro Family in vii Introduction to E Franklin Frazier The Negro Family
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