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Philadelphia's Black Elite: Activism, Accommodation, and the Struggle for Autonomy, 1787-1848 Paperback – March 29, 1993
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"In an impressive work on the growth of the black elite of Philadelphia before 1848, Julie Winch, through careful documentation and cogent analysis, helps to put [Du Bois' Philadelphia Negro]...into perspective.... Winch evokes dramatically the emergence of an important Afro-American elite that was sui generis, with goals and strategies peculiarly its own."
—Journal of American Studies
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A study of Philadelphia's black leaders before the Civil War
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