The Great Migration North, 1910–1970

By HARRIS, Laurie Lanzen

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978-0-7808-1186-7
Publisher
Omnigraphics


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Reviewed on June 1, 2012  |  Books

Gr 7 Up—In the last century, millions of African Americans left the oppression and prejudice of the South and made their way North to cities such as Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh, and Boston, where they hoped for more acceptance. This book describes the impetus for these journeys and the migration itself. The first section presents a brief history of slavery, give...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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