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Carter G. Woodson was a major influence on African-American thought in much of the twentieth century through his editorship of The Journal of Negro History, which was renamed the Journal of African American History in 2001, and the three complete works presented here:

A Century of Negro Migration
The History of the Negro Church
The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861

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Kindle Edition, 738 pages
Published February 18th 2013 by AfterMath (first published February 2000)
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Convinced that the role of his own people in American history and in the history of other cultures was being ignored or misrepresented among scholars, Woodson realized the need for research into the neglected past of African Americans. Along with William D. Hartgrove, George Cleveland Hall, Alexander L. Jackson, and James E. Stamps, he founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and ...more