By John F. Mcclymer
In the 1st many years of the 20th century, virulent racism lingered from Reconstruction, and segregation elevated. Hostility met the thousands of latest immigrants from japanese and southern Europe, and immigration used to be constrained. nonetheless, even in an inhospitable weather, blacks and different minority teams got here to have key roles in pop culture, from ragtime and jazz to movie and the Harlem Renaissance. This quantity is THE content-rich resource in a fascinating decade-by-decade association to aid scholars and common readers comprehend the the most important race family members of the beginning of contemporary the USA. Race kin within the usa, 1900-1920 offers accomplished reference assurance of the most important occasions, influential voices, race relatives via crew, laws, media affects, cultural output, and theories of inter-group interactions.
The quantity covers 20 years with a regular layout insurance in line with decade, together with Timeline, review, Key occasions, Voices of the last decade, Race kinfolk by way of staff, legislation and govt, Media and Mass Communications, Cultural Scene, Influential Theories and perspectives of Race kin, source advisor. This layout permits comparability of subject matters throughout the a long time. the majority of the insurance is topical essays, written in a transparent, encyclopedic sort. ancient photographs, a specific bibliography, and index supplement the text.
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Typical is the crime he allegedly committed, the rape of a young white woman. 875 percent). The only charge more commonly alleged was murder. The young woman was Nevada Taylor, the daughter of the superintendent of Forest Hills cemetery. She and her father and brother lived in a cottage on the grounds. m. m. She heard footsteps, but, before she could even turn around, her assailant drew a strap around her neck. She screamed, but not loudly enough to summon help, and attempted to break free. Her attacker tightened the strap until she could barely breathe.
After two hours, during which not a single deputy appeared but a sizable crowd collected outside, they pried open the doors. As the vigilantes led Johnson down the corridor, the crowd cheered. ” but “men from the section where the crime was committed . . ” They wanted to hang Johnson from the Walnut Street bridge. ’ ” “Eager hands began to pull,” but the rope slipped. They had to begin again. ” Lynchers gathered around the body and emptied their revolvers. Somehow Johnson did not die. “Then a big, broad-shouldered man, who had done much of the work, slowly refilled the chambers of his revolver.
1900s 27 Ah, if we have no other consideration, if no feeling of humanity, no love of our fellows, no regard for others’ rights, if nothing but our self-interest shall actuate us in this crisis, let me say to you that if we go madly on in the direction of crushing these people into subjection and submission we will do so at the cost of many, many thousands of the flower of American youth. There are 10,000,000 of these people, some of them fairly well civilized, and running to the extreme of naked savages, who are reported in our press dispatches as having stood out in the open and fired their bows and arrows, not flinching from the storm of shot and shell thrown into their midst by the American soldiers there.