Snapshots of a Century
in African American Lives
This is the first in a series of photography books that use vintage photographs to offer a visual history of African Americans living and working in the U.S. from 1850-1985.
Over 200 vintage photos grace this volume and are divided into (5) categories: 1), 2), 3), 4), and 5). The book contains 250 pages with an introduction by D. Michael Cheers, Foreword by Edmund Gordon and Afterwood by Carol McCusker.
This well-researched photographic history makes a great addition to your family's library, cultural museums or academic libraries.