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Carter G. Woodson


The following is a list of books and articles by and about Carter G. Woodson which can be found at the West Virginia State Archives Library.

WORKS BY CARTER G. WOODSON

The Disruption of Virginia, Thesis (Harvard University, 1912).
Mi 48-22.

A Century of Negro Migration (The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History,1918).
326 W86.

The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861: A History of the Education of the Colored People of the United States from the Beginning of Slavery to the Civil War (Association for the Study of Negro Life, 1919).
371.974 W86.

The History of the Negro Church (Associated Publishers, 1921).
270.8 W86.

Early Negro Education in West Virginia (West Virginia Collegiate Institute, 1921).
370.9754 W898.

The Negro in Our History (Associated Publishers, 1922).
326 W86

Free Negro Owners of Slaves in the United States in 1830, together with Absentee Ownership of Slaves in the United States in 1830 (Negro University Press, 1924).
R 929.373 W898f

Free Negro Heads of Families in the United States in 1830 together with a Brief Treatment of the Free Negro (Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc., 1925).
R 929.373 W898

The Mind of the Negro as Reflected in Letters Written During the Crisis, 1800-1860 (Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1926).
326 W86.

Negro Makers of History (Associated Publishers, 1928).
326 W86.

The Mis-education of the Negro (Associated Publishers, 1933).
370.1 W898.

The Journal of Negro History was founded by Carter G. Woodson under the auspices of The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. The following articles were written by Woodson and published in the journal:

Woodson, Carter G. "The Negroes of Cincinnati Prior to the Civil War", The Journal of Negro History, Vol 1:1, January 1916.

_________________ "Freedom and Slavery in Appalachian American", The Journal of Negro History, Vol 1:2, April 1916.

_________________ "Anthony Benezet", The Journal of Negro History, Vol 2:1 January 1917.

_________________"The Beginnings of the Miscegenation of the Whites and Blacks", The Journal of Negro History, Vol 3:4 October 1918.

_________________"Negro Life and History in the Schools", Journal of Negro History Vol. 4: 2 April 1919.

_________________ "The Relations of Negroes and Indians in Massachusetts", Journal of Negro Historyl. 5:1 January 1920.

_________________ "Fifty Years of Negro Citizenship as Qualified by the United States Supreme Court", Journal of Negro Historyl. 6:1 January 1921.

_________________ "Early Education in West Virginia", Journal of Negro History Vol. 7:1 January 1922.

_________________ "Ten Years of Collecting and Publishing the Records of the Negro", Journal of Negro Historyl. 10:4 October 1925.

_________________ " Negro History Week, Journal of Negro Historyl. 11:2 April 1926; Vol. 12:2 April 1927; Vol. 13:2 April 1928.

_________________ " Insurance Business Among Negroes", The Journal of Negro History, Vol. 14:2 April 1929.

_________________ "The Negro Washerwoman, a Vanishing Figure", The Journal of Negro History Vol. 15:3 July 1930.

_________________ "Attitudes of the Iberian Peninsula", The Journal of Negro History, Vol. 20:2 April 1935.

_________________ "An Accounting for Twenty-Five Years", The Journal of Negro History, Vol. 25:4 October 1940.

___________________ "Notes on the Bakongo", The Journal of Negro History, Vol. 30:4 October 1940.


BOOKS AND ARTICLES

Brewer, William M. "Fiftieth Anniversary of the Journal of Negro History", The Journal of Negro History, Vol. 51:2 April 1966.

Young, Alfred. The Education Philosophies for Booker T. Washington and Carter G. Woodson: A Liberating Praxis (University Microfilm International, 1978).
Mi 48-7.

Massey, Tim R., "Carter G. Woodson", Goldenseal, Vol. 4 Winter 1987.

McKissack, Pat. Carter G. Woodson: The Father of Black History (Enslow Publishers, 1991).

Goggin, Jacqueline. Carter G. Woodson: A Life in Black History (Louisiana University Press, 1993).

Durden, Robert Franklin. Father of African American History (Enslow Publishers, 1998).


VERTICAL NEWSPAPER CLIPPING FILE

"Carter G. Woodson: Father of Black History," 2-7-1994
"Guardian of the Torch of Black," 2-1980
"Mrs. Woodson is Called by Death," Carter's Mother 7-9-1916
"New Facts about Historian Woodson," 12-19-1974
"New Exhibit Highlights Woodson Library," 12-1992
"Revisiting History," 2-3-1996
"Woodson, Carter G. Biography," 1926
"Woodson Memorial Has Long Way to Go," 2-13-1989


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