Bound for freedom : Black Los Angeles in Jim Crow America /
Paul Bontemps decided to move his family to Los Angeles from Louisiana in 1906 on the day he finally submitted to a strictly enforced Southern custom-he stepped off the sidewalk to allow white men who had just insulted him to pass by. Friends of the Bontemps family, like many others beckoning their...
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|Imprint:||Berkeley : University of California Press, ©2005.|
|Series:||George Gund Foundation imprint in African American studies.
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