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Early twentieth century, 1901 through 1940

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Creator:Whayne, Jeannie
Title:Early twentieth century, 1901 through 1940

Overview entry of the time period Early Twentieth Century, 1901 through 1940, a time period that saw increasing frustration with racism and segregation within the impoverished African-American community. This time period saw the founding of the NAACP, angst among African-American sharecroppers in Arkansas, and the Elaine Massacre. Includes photographs, paintings, and moving images

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Types:Articles | Photographs | Paintings | MovingImage
Subjects:History, Modern--20th century | United States--History--20th century | Progressivism (United States politics) | Prohibition--Arkansas | Prohibition--United States | Women--Suffrage--Arkansas | Women--Suffrage--United States | Education--Arkansas | Transportation--Arkansas | United States, Arkansas, 35.20105, -91.831833
Collection:Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture
Institution:Richard C. Butler Center for Arkansas Studies
Contributors:Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture
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copyright Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture 2007

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