emery2 - jazzmusicinthe1920s. blackpress.,in industy,

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The next group of chapters in Emery’s History of the Press in America  touched upon a wide variety of subjects between the 1820’s and the evolution of  jazz music in the 1920’s.   this summary will focus on the development of the  black press. The evolution of the united states between 1865 and 1900, in  industy, education and the media. The editors who were champions of causes for  the common man. The  A handful of blacks were able to attain sufficient education to become  lawyers, doctors, wroters, and business owners before the Civil War. A few freed  slaves at oratory shills, poetry, and autobiographical writing that produced  notables works such as Twelve Years a Slave.  Otherrs such as, Maria W stewart was a passionate anti-slavery voice in  Garrison’s Liberator from 1831-1833. She wrote the “Ladies Department”  columns , were illustrated  by a woodcut of a black woman in chains. Mordecai 
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2010 for the course MC 500 taught by Professor Enos during the Spring '10 term at Jackson State.

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emery2 - jazzmusicinthe1920s. blackpress.,in industy,

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