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From the Rural South to the Urban North: the Influence of Interracial Relations in Black and Tans on the 1919 Chicago Race Riot

Author: Jennifer Bates (University of Arizona)

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    From the Rural South to the Urban North: the Influence of Interracial Relations in Black and Tans on the 1919 Chicago Race Riot

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From the Rural South to the Urban North: the Influence of Interracial Relations in Black and Tans on the 1919 Chicago Race Riot examines how tensions over racial mixing, primarily between Irish immigrants and newly arrived Southern blacks, in Black and Tan social clubs influenced Chicago's 1919 race riot.

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Bates, J., (2019) “From the Rural South to the Urban North: the Influence of Interracial Relations in Black and Tans on the 1919 Chicago Race Riot”, Footnotes: A Journal of History 3, p.5-24.

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20 May 2019
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