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African School and the integration of Nantucket public schools, 1825-1847

Barbara Linebaugh

African School and the integration of Nantucket public schools, 1825-1847

by Barbara Linebaugh

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Published by Afro-American Studies Center, Boston University in [Boston, Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African School (Nantucket, Mass.),
  • School integration -- Massachusetts -- Nantucket -- History,
  • Nantucket (Mass.) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Barbara Linebaugh.
    ContributionsBoston University. Afro-American Studies.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 60 p. :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13629319M
    OCLC/WorldCa50777992

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African School and the integration of Nantucket public schools, 1825-1847 by Barbara Linebaugh Download PDF EPUB FB2

This historical study examines the events surrounding the racial integration of Nantucket public schools during the s. Included are: a brief history of blacks on the island; moves toward school integration; the reaction among island residents to the issue; and the legislative action to resolve it.

Appendices include statements by Nantucket residents and the legislative action. The African School and the integration of Nantucket public schools, [Barbara Linebaugh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

history of the integration of Nantucket MA public schools. Impeccably researched and beautifully told, Barbara White s A Line in the Sand is an instant Nantucket classic. But it is also much more. As recounted by White, the integration of the Nantucket schools is the story of not only a remarkable island community in the mid-nineteenth century but of a nation struggling with many of the same issues of equality and race that Author: Barbara Ann White.

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Barbara’s work on African-American history on Nantucket was first funded through a Rockefeller Foundation scholarship received inand resulted in the publication of this title’s first edition, The African School and the Integration of Nantucket Public Schools (Boston University Press).

Her work encouraged preservation of the. A line in the sand: the battle to integrate Nantucket public schools / by Barbara Ann White. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (pbk.) 1. African American--Massachusetts--Nantucket Island--History.

Public schools--Integration--United States--Massachusetts. Size: 8MB. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Closed-captioned. Notes: Based on the book: The African School and the integration of Nantucket public schools, / Barbara Linebaugh. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.

Easily share your. Her second book was "The African School and the Integration of Nantucket Public Schools, " Now White has completed a third volume that looks at the people and personalities that insisted Author: MELANIE LAUWERS.

The African School and the Integration of Nantucket Public Schools: African American Studies Center: Boston University (, ). African American Studies Center: Boston University (, ).

Barbara wrote the book “A Line in the Sand: The Battle to Integrate Nantucket's Public Schools, ,” which tells the story of the nation’s first civil-rights law on school integration.

Our first stop was at the plot of the Crawford family. "A Line in the Sand: The Battle to Integrate Nantucket Public Schools, " by Barbara Ann White, published by Spinner Publications.

From the press release: A monumental struggle for equal rights took place on Nantucket in the s. On one side were the island's black community and their abolitionist allies joined by renowned anti-slavery advocates.

Boston University's Afro-American Studies Center published her master's thesis, The African School on Nantucket and the Integration of Nantucket Public Schools,which has been extensively revised, expanded, and re-issued by Skinner Publications as A Line in the Sand: The Battle to Integrate Nantucket Public Schools, Her.

Barbara wrote the book “A Line in the Sand: The Battle to Integrate Nantucket's Public Schools, ,” which tells the story of the nation’s first civil-rights law on school integration. “A Line in the Sand: The Battle to Integrate Nantucket Public Schools, ” by Barbara Ann White, published by Spinner Publications.

From the press release: From the press release: A monumental struggle for equal rights took place on Nantucket in the s. Barbara Ann White is an author, NHA research fellow and a lifelong educator. Her book “A Line in the Sand: The Battle to Integrate the Nantucket Public Schools ” was published in She is currently looking for a publisher for her book on Cyrus Peirce.

Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Morton, Shirley T; Format: Book, Microform, Online; 14 p. See Barbara Linebaugh, The African School and the Integration ofJ\[antucl{et Public Schools,(Brookline: Afro-American Studies Center, Boston University, ), 57 pp.

4. Horton and Horton, op. cit., as a secondary source give a very complete account of this case.A Line in the Sand: The Battle to Integrate Nantucket Public Schools, - | White, Barbara Ann | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch : Barbara Ann White.Friends of the Nantucket Public School, the Wampanoag Tribal Elders, the Religious Society of Friends, Nantucket Community Music Center, Adult Day Care, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the .