Jim Crow in Boston; the origin of the separate but equal doctrine
- edited, with an introd. by Leonard W. Levy and Douglas L. Jones.
- New York, Da Capo Press, 1974.
- Physical description
- xxxvii, 290 p. 23 cm.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Report to the Primary School Committee, June 15, 1846, on the petition of sundry colored persons.--Report of the minority of the committee of the Primary School Board, on the caste schools of the city of Boston.--Report of a special committee of the Grammar School Board, presented August 29, 1849, on the petition of sundry colored persons praying for the abolition of the Smith School.--Report of the minority of the committee upon the petition of John T. Hilton and others.--Argument of Charles Sumner, Esq. against the constitutionality of separate colored schools, in the case of Sarah C. Roberts vs. the city of Boston.--Sarah C. Roberts vs. the city of Boston, 5 cush. 198 (1849)--Report of Committee on Public Instruction, on case of a child excluded from a public school of this city (1854)--Massachusetts House of Representatives: House report no. 167 (March 17, 1855)--Massachusetts statutes 1855, ch. 256.--Triumph of equal school rights in Boston: proceedings of the presentation meeting held in Boston, December 17, 1855.
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