Table of Contents for Handy African American History Answer Book


Timeline xiii
Foreword xxxv
Upon America's Shores: Beginning the Black Experience
1(20)
Our Cultural Strivings
4(3)
Business and Economic Development
7(2)
Organized for Progress
9(2)
A Political Agenda
11(2)
Amen, Brother!
13(2)
Science and Scientific Creativity
15(2)
A Sports Agenda
17(4)
Arts and Entertainment
21(30)
Architecture
21(2)
Performing Arts
23(3)
Musicals
26(2)
Black Dance
28(3)
Theater
31(2)
A Cultural Revolution
33(1)
Radio Shows
34(2)
Television
36(2)
Film
38(3)
Museums
41(1)
Visual Arts
41(6)
Cartoonists
47(1)
Circus
48(1)
Festivals
49(2)
Business and Commerce
51(22)
Early Development
51(1)
Black-owned Businesses
51(3)
Advertising
54(1)
Automobile Industry
54(1)
Banking
55(1)
Consumer Cooperatives
56(1)
Corporate America
57(2)
Economic Boycots and Protests
59(2)
Food and Food Service Industries
61(3)
Insurance Companies
64(1)
Labor Unions
64(2)
Manufacturing
66(1)
Publishing
67(1)
Women Entrepreneurs
68(1)
Real Estate
69(1)
Retail
69(1)
Stock Exchange
69(1)
Transportation
70(3)
Civil Rights and Protests
73(26)
Slavery and Anti-Slavery
73(5)
Slave Revolts
78(1)
Emancipation
79(4)
The Civil Rights Movement
83(2)
Race Riots
85(10)
African-American Protests of the Post-Civil Rights Movement
95(2)
The Post Civil-Rights Era
97(2)
Education
99(36)
Education during Slavery
99(5)
College Foundings
104(1)
Historically Black Colleges and Universities
104(12)
College Integration
116(1)
Law Schools
117(1)
Other Schools
118(5)
School Desegregation
123(3)
Funding Higher Education
126(4)
College Curricula
130(2)
Mainstream Academic Institutions
132(1)
Leadership Training
133(2)
Journalism
135(24)
African-American Press
135(1)
Newspapers
136(5)
Women and the Early Press
141(3)
Press Correspondents and Journalists
144(4)
Periodicals
148(1)
Photojournalism
149(1)
Television Newscasters
150(9)
Literature
159(24)
Early African-American Poets
159(2)
Early Black American Prose
161(1)
Slave Narratives
162(6)
Literature of the Harlem Renaissance Era
168(6)
Poets and Poetry
174(1)
Science Fiction
175(1)
Literature of the Civil Rights Movement
176(1)
The Black Aesthetic
177(1)
The Black Arts Movement
177(1)
Variety in African-American Writing
178(1)
Award-winning Writers
179(2)
African-American Literature in American Culture
181(2)
Military
183(26)
From the American Revolution to the Spanish-American War
183(16)
The Military and Jim Crow
199(1)
African-American Women in the Military
200(3)
Nurses in the Military
203(1)
Medical Officers in the Military
204(2)
The Military on Black College Campuses
206(1)
Dissidents and the War Effort
207(1)
Korea and Vietnam
207(2)
Music
209(28)
Music and Slavery
209(3)
Ragtime Music
212(1)
Blacks in Country Music
213(2)
Record Companies
215(1)
Big Bands and Bandmasters
216(2)
Classical Music
218(1)
Gospel Music
219(2)
Choirs and Other Orchestras
221(1)
Composers
222(2)
Racial Segregation and Black Singers
224(1)
Urban Blues
224(1)
Pop Music
225(3)
Soul Music
228(1)
Music of the Civil Rights Era
229(1)
Jazz Music and Musicians
229(3)
Blues
232(3)
Hip Hop
235(1)
Reggae
236(1)
Rhythm and Blues
236(1)
Organizations
237(24)
Organizations and Societal Forces
237(1)
Business and Unions
237(2)
Civil and Political Rights
239(9)
Educational Organizations
248(3)
Fraternal, Social Service, and Religious Organizations
251(3)
Medical and Dental Associations
254(2)
Women's Organizations
256(5)
Politics and Government
261(22)
Early Political Activities
261(1)
Politics during the Reconstruction
262(2)
Political Parties and Politics
264(3)
Law and the Supreme Court
267(1)
Law Enforcement
267(1)
The U.S. Congress in Modern Times
268(1)
State Office Holders
269(1)
Federal Government
270(6)
Women and the Political Process
276(3)
Federal Courts
279(1)
U.S. Department of Justice
280(1)
Women in the U.S. Senate
281(1)
Mayoral Elections
281(2)
Religion
283(28)
African-American Christians in the Colonial Era
283(2)
The Founding of the Black Church in America
285(2)
Black Preachers and Religious Leaders
287(3)
Evangelists and Evagelism
290(1)
Racial Segregation and the Black Church
290(1)
Music and the Black Church
291(1)
Early Religious Leaders and Civil Rights
292(1)
The Black Church in the Modern Civil Rights Movement
293(2)
Popes, Saints, Archbishops, and Nuns
295(2)
Megachurches in the African-American Community
297(1)
Black Jews
298(1)
Pentecostalism in the Black Community
298(2)
Rastafarianism
300(1)
Muslims in America
301(1)
Gender Equality in the Black Church
301(3)
Women and Righteous Discontent
304(4)
Toward a Black Theology
308(3)
Science, Inventions, Medicine, and Aerospace
311(26)
Science
311(1)
Inventions and Patents
312(7)
Black Women Inventors
319(2)
Medicine
321(9)
Black Women in Medicine
330(2)
Aerospace
332(5)
Sports
337(32)
African-American Sports History
337(1)
Emergence of the Black Athlete
337(1)
Sports in the Time of Slavery
338(1)
Horseracing
339(2)
Boxing
341(5)
Baseball
346(7)
Basketball
353(4)
Football
357(2)
Golf
359(3)
Gymnastics
362(1)
Tennis
363(1)
Track and Field and the Olympics
364(1)
Miscellaneous Sports
365(4)
References 369(8)
Index 377