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The Work of Afro-American Women


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INTRODUCTION
DEDICATION.
PREFACE.
CONTENTS.
- THE WORK OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN WOMAN
IN JOURNALISM.
A SKETCH OF AFRO-AMERICAN LITERATURE
- THE AFRO-AMERICAN WOMAN IN VERSE.
A FAREWELL TO AMERICA.
THE GRAVE OF THE SLAVE.
ON THE ABANDONMENT OF PREJUDICE.
THE DEATH OF MOSES.--CHAPTER IX.
CHARLES SUMNER.
CHRIST IS RISEN.
COMPENSATION.
SUNSET PICTURE.
IN MEMORIAM.
AFMERICA.
AN EPITAPH.
APRIL.
FLEETING YEARS.
AT BAY ST. LOUIS.
THOUGHTS ON RETIRING.
A RETROSPECT.
GOD'S CHILDREN--THE FATHERLESS.
A REST BEYOND.
GONE TO GOD.
LINES.
OUR WOMEN IN JOURNALISM.
OUR AFRO-AMERICAN REPRESENTATIVES AT -- THE WORLD'S FAIR
THE OPPOSITE POINT OF VIEW.
A LOFTY STUDY.
- CASTE IN INSTITUTIONS DEVOTED TO THE EDUCATION -- OF THE COLORED RACE.
SELF-EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO.
CASTE IN THE COLORED COLLEGES.
THE QUESTION OF COLOR SHOULD BE BARRED.
WHAT FRED DOUGLASS THINKS OF THE SUBJECT.
WHAT DR. N. F. MOSSELL, OF PHILADELPHIA, SAYS.
OTHER OPINIONS.
PROF. S. M. COLES, OF TEXAS,
- VERSE.
TWO QUESTIONS.
LOVE'S PROMPTINGS.
LOVE'S FAILURE.
RECOMPENSE.
GOOD NIGHT.
LIFE.
MY BABES THAT NEVER GROW OLD.
EARTH'S SORROWS.
QUERY AND ANSWER.
WORDS.
TELL THE NORTH THAT WE ARE RISING.
THE MARTYRS OF TO-DAY.
A GREETING SONG TO OUR BROTHERS IN AFRICA
CHILD OF THE SOUTHLAND.
WHY BABY WAS NAMED CHRIS.
ONLY.
BEAUTIFUL THINGS.
- THREE HOURS.
MORNING.
NOON.
NIGHT.
- THE STORY OF A LIFE.
CHILDHOOD --HOME
MAIDENHOOD--LOVE.
WOMANHOOD -- DEATH.
APPENDIX.