Liberation historiography : African American writers and the challenge of history, 1794-1861 /
As the story of the United States was recorded in pages written by white historians, early-19th-century African American writers faced the task of piecing together a counterhistory. Here, John Ernest demonstrates that African Americans created a body of writing in which the spiritual, the historical...
|Published:||Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©2004.|
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- The theater of history
- Scattered lives, scattered documents : writing liberation history
- Multiple lives and lost narratives : (auto)biography as history
- The assembly of history : orations and conventions
- Our warfare lies in the field of thought : the African American
- Press and the work of history
- Epilogue : William Wells Brown and the performance of history.