Pan-African Chronology II
A Comprehensive Reference to the Black Quest for Freedom in Africa, the Americas, Europe and Asia, 1865–1915
About the Book
This continuation volume of the Pan-African Chronology set covers the most significant events in the African diaspora from the end of the American Civil War through the pre–World War I years.
This was a time of great change for black Americans—Reconstruction, the founding of the NAACP, the formation of the separate but equal doctrine, and the migration of blacks from the rural South to Northern cities. The eradication of slavery as a legalized institution was finally realized in the Americas, while the struggle to end it in Asia was also taking place. European colonialism in Africa was accelerated, ironically coinciding with humanitarian efforts to end the slave trade on the African continent. These events and many others are covered here.
About the Author(s)
Everett Jenkins, Jr.
Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Bibliographic Info: bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2011 
Series: The Pan-African Chronologies
Table of Contents
Book Reviews & Awards
“Jenkins here continues his epic account of the African diaspora…valuable information…recommended”—Library Journal; “refreshing…continues coverage from the end of the Civil War through 1915…. Highly recommended”—Choice; “[this book’s] comprehensiveness and cross-referencing…render it an interesting and informative introduction to the African experience throughout the world”—ARBA; “Jenkins has created a tool not just for pinpointing historical events in black history, but has also created one for studying them in a broader context”—Reference Reviews; “a good acquisition”—Midwest Book Review.