5 edition of American beach for African Americans found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -188).
|Statement||Marsha Dean Phelts.|
|LC Classifications||F319.A45 P47 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||97007277|
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This book, An American Beach for African Americans, while it did not provide for me all that I presumed it would be, it did add to the puzzle of What It Means to be Black in America. The place covered, the people involved, and the results, reflect the pursuit and aggressive nature of African Americans, especially during the early part of the /5(12).
The book does NOT focus on American Beach, as the title states. Was the book a good read. Yes, it was, but the reason I bought it was to learn more about American Beach and that is where the book failed. If you want to read about the history of American Beach, then read Marsha Dean Phelts book "An American Beach American beach for African Americans book African Americans."Cited by: 7.
This is an historic area once inhabited by Afro-Americans who turned into a beachside refuge. One of nine sites along the African-American Heritage Trail, this area founded in was Florida's first African-American beach.
Tripadvisor has been notified. Would you 4/5(83). An interesting account of the development of this beach community for African-Americans in far northeast Florida. The beach was developed by an African-American insurance company and provided a gathering place for well-to-do and average black families in a time when they were not 4/5.
University Press of Florida Book: An American Beach for African Americans. Contributors: Marsha Dean Phelts. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Floridiana - Culture. Synopsis In the only complete history of Florida’s American Beach to date, Marsha Dean Phelts draws together personal interviews, photos, newspaper articles, memoirs, maps, and official documents to reconstruct the character and traditions of Amelia Island’s acre African American community.
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Read the full-text online edition of An American Beach for African Americans (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, An American Beach for African Americans. Highland Beach, Maryland is an African American beach front community founded in the 's by Frederick Douglass' son, Charles. Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post/Getty Images.
"I am excited by this book. It is a great addition to the woefully scant scholarly materials that deal with the African American contribution to Florida history and culture Original and significant."—Patricia Waterman, University of South Florida "The most detailed study that has been done on the history of American BeachPages: AALBC is the largest and most popular online bookstore dedicated to African American Literature and Black literature from around the world.
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We also provide resources for authors. Many African-American beachgoers referred a stretch of coastline south of Pico Boulevard in Santa Monica, California, as the Bay Street Beach. Others called it “the Inkwell.” The latter term was most certainly derogatory, referring to the skin color of those who used the beach, but some, Jefferson says, reclaimed the term and used it as a.
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Please click on the images to read the blurbs and/or to purchase the books. Atlantic Beach–nicknamed “The Black Pearl”–was an oceanfront community for African Americans who were denied access to Myrtle Beach and other leisure sites due to segregation. Established aroundit soon became one of the most popular beach resorts along the Eastern Seaboard for black travelers.
Atlantic Beach hotels, nightclubs, restaurants, shops, and its pavilion were [ ]. Like Highland Beach, Atlantic Beach became its own municipality inmaking it one of the few African American owned and governed beach communities in .This trail suggests African American cultural sites to visit along your way to Atlantic Beach, an enclave just north of Myrtle Beach, following Interstate 20 from the Georgia border through the heart of the state, then onto U.S.
76 and U.S. Whether you visit a few or all, your journey will be enhanced by discovering more of South Carolina.