THE NEGRO AND FUSION POLITICS IN NORTH CAROLINA, 1894-1901.

Chapel Hill, (NC): UNC Press, (c1951). First edition. 8vo. 260 pp. Maps, tables, charts. Books from Chapel Hill (1972 edition), p. 46: “Detailed and accurate record of the political careers of prominent North Carolina Negroes who held federal, state, county, and municipal offices. This record shows that the ratio of negro office-holders to Negro voters was so low that Negro domination was neither a reality nor a threat.” Includes two chapters on the White Supremacy campaign of 1898 and the Wilmington “Race Riot.” Original blue cloth (some fading at the edges), front and rear panels and flaps of the dust jacket laid in. Item #66306

Price: $150.00

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