3 edition of Harlem 1900-1940 found in the catalog.
by Cultural Heritage Initiatives for Community Outreach, School of Information, University of Michigan in [Ann Arbor, Mich.]
Written in English
Presents a history education portfolio related to the Harlem neighborhood in 1900-1940, produced by the Educational Programs unit of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Includes a timeline, learning objectives and strategies for teachers, biographical profiles of personalities, and visual images related to the history of Harlem.
|Other titles||Welcome to the Schomburg exhibition, Harlem 1900-1940|
|Statement||from the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the New York Public Library.|
|Contributions||Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2003556740|
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In New York City, it all comes back to real estate, rent, and the neighborhoods we inhabit. Since its launch in May , Curbed has established itself as the center of the virtual conversation about real estate in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and beyond. Harlem, From the Schomburg Center at the New York Public Library: "This exhibition presents various elements of the history of the urban experience in Harlem's early days as the Cultural Capital of African : Veronica Bielat.
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Harlem an African-American Community. an Exhibition Portfolio From the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Harlem 1900-1940 book, New York Public Library. Signed by Lindo, Nashormeh N.
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Includes a timeline, learning objectives and strategies for teachers, biographical profiles of personalities, and visual images related to the history of Harlem. History of New York City; Lenape and New Netherland, to New Amsterdam British and Revolution, – Federal and early American, – Tammany and Consolidation, – (Civil War, –)Early 20th century, – Post–World War II.
Harlem An African-American Community. Historic Harlem, the nation's "black capital," is brought to life in this handsome exhibition portfolio. Harlem Renaissance figures Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, and Countee Cullen, along with Marcus Garvey, Madam C.
Harlem Resource Type: Online Exhibition. This exhibition presents various elements of the history of the urban experience in Harlem's early days as the Cultural Capital of African Americans.
This history education portfolio provides a timeline and lesson plans. URL. Book/Printed Material Harlem an African-American community: an exhibition portfolio / Welcome to the Schomburg exhibition, Harlem Presents a history education portfolio related to the Harlem neighborhood inproduced by the Educational Programs unit of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
Includes a. Harlem An African American Community. Harriet, the Moses of Her People, by Sarah H. Bradford Harriet Tubman (PBS) Harriet Tubman's Letter to Lincoln. Historical Census Browser. Historical Census Statistics on the Foreign-born Population of the United States: Historical Publications of the United States Commission on Author: Lisa Bier.
Harlem The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture's online exhibit about Harlem from includes information about activism, arts, business, community, sports, writers, and intellectuals in Harlem.
Harlem Renaissance was an African American movement including, literature, visual art, and music. This movement took place primarily in Harlem, New York in the 20's. This movement was characterized by African American artists and writers exploring and advancing their unique culture.
The literary aspect of the Harlem Renaissance is said to have begun with a dinner at the Civic Club celebrating African American writers. The likes of Countee Cullen and W.E.B. DuBois mingled with members of the white literary establishment, and doors opened: editor and critic Alain Locke was offered the chance to create an issue of the magazine Survey Graphic on “Harlem: Mecca of the New.
This book is about the Harlem Renaissance and the development, accomplishments, and history of a people. But it is also about a man and his development, accomplishments, and history. Using a classic "call and response" format, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar explores the history and the significance of his culture's "rebirth." Harlem: An Brand: Simon & Schuster.
"Harlem " Author: Unknown. Genre: Website. Length: N/A. Synopsis: Students are given additional information about the Harlem Renaissance regarding the first four decades.
Another important figure is also introduced, Marcus Mosiah Garvey. The purpose of this book is to allow children to explore the different perspectives of various. The Academy of American Poets website offers a variety of biographies and essays on the poets and poetry of the Harlem Renaissance.
The Black Renaissance in Washington D.C., 's Within this site there are biographies of notables of the Harlem Renaissance, book lists, timeline and related links. Harlem Author: Eric Kofi Acree. Harlem Stomp. A Cultural History of the Harlem ore: Megan Tingley, This book, aimed at young adults, describes the cultural influences in Harlem in the early 20th century and discusses the idea of the “New Negro” that brought so many people to the North.
Huggins, Nathan Irvin. Voices from the Harlem Renaissance. The Color of Water Questions and Answers. The Question and Answer section for The Color of Water is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the : James Mcbride. Harlem Jazz, is a compilation album of phonograph records assembled by Brunswick Records during the American Federation of Musicians strike, cataloguing the effect of the Harlem Renaissance on what was known as Dixieland, or "hot" jazz in New York album features venues the orchestras played at the time of the recordings, such as Connie's Inn or The Cotton : Early swing, Ellingtonian jazz.
The Harlem Renaissance: an Annotated Reference Guide for Student Research Ref ZA47 R64 Also available online. The Harlem Renaissance: an Historical Dictionary for the Era NXN4 H37 (9th floor) Harlem Renaissance and Beyond: Literary Biographies of Black Women Writers, Ref PSN5 R65 Author: Isabel Espinal.
This introduction to the Harlem Renaissance on this California State University site includes a list of novels and a chronology of important events.
The Schomburg Exhibition: Harlem – Harlem Timeline, a timeline from the EDSITEment-reviewed Harlem An African American Community. Duke University's Ad*Access site, a terrific look at popular culture through advertising, a link through History Matters.
Other Resources: a. Read a brief biography of James Reese Europe on Harlem An African American Community; Scott’s Official History of The American Negro in the World War, available on Great War Primary Documents Archive, devotes a chapter to Europe, Chapter XXI--Negro Music That Stirred France.The Twentieth Century and the Harlem Renaissance: A History of Black People in America, Edina, MN: Abdo, Print.
Harlem Renaissance was a noteworthy era in human history that was triggered immediately after the upheaval of World War 1. It is largely characterized as a period in which African-Americans searched for greater self.This book is about the Harlem Renaissance and the development, accomplishments, and history of a people.
But it is also about a man and his development, accomplishments, and history. Using a classic "call and response" format, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar explores the history and the significance of his culture's "rebirth." Harlem: An Released on: Decem