Africville : the life and death of a Canadian Black community
- Donald H. Clairmont and Dennis William Magill.
- 3rd ed.
- Toronto : Canadian Scholars' Press, 1999.
- Physical description
- xxvi, 307 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -307).
- Black Immigration to Nova Scotia and the Settlements of Africville
- Africville's Social Structure
- The Major Institution: The Seaview African United Baptist Church
- Africville as a Social Problem
- The Relocation Decision and Liberal-Welfare Rhetoric: 1962-1964
- Organisation and Relocation: Mechanics and Limitations: 1964-1969
- Relocation and Relocatees
- The implications of Africville Relocation
- Deconstructing Africville: 1999
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
A work of scholarship that details the social injustice that marked both the life and death of Africville - a Black community that, through civic neglect, had become one of the worst slums in Canada's history. Africville is a sociological account of the relocation that led to devastating consequences for the Black community of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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