Stone Collection: Volume 28 - Item 5
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5. Osborne Hunter, Labor versus Capital, Production, Commerce, and Consumption, the North, South, and the Freedman. The Relative Position of Each to that of the Other (Washington, DC: n.p., [1886?]). (32 p.)
Address delivered on November 11, 1886, at the Eighth Annual Exhibition of the North Carolina Industrial Association. The speaker highlights the contribution of African American labor to the economic recovery of North Carolina following the Civil War. Nevertheless, he predicts that African Americans will require education and a fair return for their work if their potential as contributors to economic development is to be realized.