Scott's official history of the American Negro in the World War : a complete and authentic narration, from official sources, of the participation of American soldiers of the Negro race in the World War for democracy ... a full account of the war work organizations of colored men and women and other civilian activities, including the Red Cross, the Y.M.C.A., the Y.W.C.A. and the War camp community service, with official summary of treaty of peace and League of Nations covenant (Book, 1919) [UNC Charlotte Libraries]
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Scott's official history of the American Negro in the World War : a complete and authentic narration, from official sources, of the participation of American soldiers of the Negro race in the World War for democracy ... a full account of the war work organizations of colored men and women and other civilian activities, including the Red Cross, the Y.M.C.A., the Y.W.C.A. and the War camp community service, with official summary of treaty of peace and League of Nations covenant

Scott's official history of the American Negro in the World War : a complete and authentic narration, from official sources, of the participation of American soldiers of the Negro race in the World War for democracy ... a full account of the war work organizations of colored men and women and other civilian activities, including the Red Cross, the Y.M.C.A., the Y.W.C.A. and the War camp community service, with official summary of treaty of peace and League of Nations covenant

Author: Emmett J Scott
Publisher: [Chicago] : [Homewood Press], [1919] ©1919
Series: American Negro, his history and literature.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Scott, Emmett Jay, 1873-1957.
Scott's official history of the American Negro in the World War.
[Chicago, Homewood Press, ©1919]
(OCoLC)563018221
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Emmett J Scott
OCLC Number: 1192364
Notes: UNC Charlotte Libraries notes:
#1192364xMW0786u
Description: 511 pages, 1 unnumbered page, 96 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.
Contents: Loyalty and democracy of the negro / by Sectrary Baker --
Tribute to the Negro soldier / by General Pershing --
The Negro's part in the war / by Theodore Roosevelt --
How the Great War came to America --
The call to the colors --
Official recognition of the Negro's interest --
The work of the special assistant --
The Negro in the national army --
A critical situation in the camps --
Colored officers and how they were trained --
Treatment of Negro soldiers in camp --
Efforts to improve conditions --
Negro soldiers of France and England --
The Negro combat division --
Citations and awards, 92nd division --
The story of "The Buffaloes" --
Record of "The old fifteenth" --
"The eighth Illinois" --
The 371st infantry in France --
The record of the 372nd --
Negro heroes of the war --
The Negro soldier as a fighter --
With our soldiers in France --
Negro music that stirred France --
The Negro in the service of supply --
"With those who wait" --
German propaganda among Negroes --
How colored civilians helped to win --
Negro labor in war time --
Negro women in war work --
Social welfare agencies --
Negro loyalty and morale --
Did the Negro soliders get a square deal? --
What the Negro got out of the war --
Appendix: colored officers commissioned at Ft. Des Moines --
Colored chaplains in the U.S. Army --
Official summary of the Treaty of Peace --
Map of central Europe showing territorial changes under the treaty --
Key to the map --
Final changes in the treaty --
Chronology of the World War.
Series Title: American Negro, his history and literature.
Other Titles: American Negro in the World War.
Official history of the American Negro in the World War
American Negro in the World War
Responsibility: prefaced with highest tributes to the American Negro by Hon. Newton D. Baker ... Gen. John J. Pershing ... and the late Theodore Roosevelt.
Local System Bib Number:
.b15813642
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