Stone Collection: Volume 27 - Item 9
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9. Samuel J. Barrows, “The Evolution of the Afric-American [sic],” Man and the State: Studies in Applied Sociology. Lectures and Discussions before the Brooklyn Ethical Association, Evolution Series (no. 28, 1892): 317-45.
Assessment of the status of African Americans in the South since emancipation with comments from a panel of discussants. The speaker concludes that “The main difficulties in the future are to come between the poor and ignorant white and the ignorant negro. The intelligent and refined men of both races will get on together.”