Political power in Birmingham, 1871-1921

  • 318 Pages
  • 0.41 MB
  • English
University of Tennessee Press , Knoxville
Political participation -- Alabama -- Birmingham -- History, Pressure groups -- Alabama -- Birmingham -- History, Birmingham (Ala.) -- Politics and gover


Birmingham (Ala.), Alabama, Birmi

Statementby Carl V. Harris.
SeriesTwentieth-century America series
LC ClassificationsJS598.2 .H37
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 318 p., [8] leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4535281M
ISBN 10087049211X
LC Control Number77001110

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% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Book. Get this from a library. Political power in Birmingham, [Carl V Harris]. His book, Political Power in Birmingham,provided an intricate examination of the political economy of a city that in important ways was both similar to, and different from, other rapidly industrializing cities during the period.

The book made a major contribution to both national urban history and the history of the American South. tribution of power.

Harris's book will help to redress the balance, because it offers a serious discussion of power in terms that should encourage a rapprochement between social, economic, and polit-ical history. With its focus on the relation between political be-havior and government policy, Political Power in Birmingham is.

This is a list of mayors, or persons holding the equivalent office, of Birmingham, Alabama. The office of mayor was established with the incorporation of Birmingham in Robert Henley was appointed by Governor, Robert B. Lindsay to a two-year term.

Untilthe Mayor presided over an ever-expanding Board of Aldermen who generally campaigned on the same ticket. Let the black man vote when he is fit to vote; prohibit the white man voting when he is unfit to vote.

Warren G. Harding. Men, White Man, Voting. "Political Power in Birmingham, ". Book by Carl V. Harris, He liked to play chess and do intelligent things, and I was a serious drinker and nonthinker. Warren G. Harding. The Alabama Chapter of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) was one of the most influential political bodies organizing poor African-Americans in the South during and after the Great d with just two members, the Alabama chapter CPUSA was established in Birmingham Alabama inand remained active until it was forced underground by Ku Klux.

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Let the black man vote when he is fit to vote; prohibit the white man voting when he is unfit - Warren G. Harding quotes at Alabama became a state of the United States of America on Decem After the Indian Wars and removals of the early 19th century forced most Native Americans out of the state, white settlers arrived in large numbers.

In antebellum Alabama, wealthy planters created large cotton plantations based in the fertile central Black Belt, which depended on the labor of enslaved.

The Birmingham Political Union and the movements for reform in Britain, / by: Flick, Carlos, Published: () Report of the proceedings at the meeting of the inhabitants of Birmingham held on Monday, the 25th of January,at Mr. Beardsworth's Repository, for the establishment of a general political union with the view of.

In Birmingham, Alabama, the Klan violently repressed mixed-race unions but joined with white Protestant workers in a political movement that enacted reforms beneficial to the white working class.

But Klan attention to working-class interests was circumstantial and rigidly restricted by race, religion, and : Thomas R. Pegram. "Introduction", Murder on Shades Mountain: The Legal Lynching of Willie Peterson and the Struggle for Justice in Jim Crow Birmingham, Melanie S.

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— Speech delivered to a segregated, mixed race audience at Woodrow Wilson Park in Birmingham, Alabama on the occasion of the city's semicentennial, published in the Birmingham Post (27 October ) quoted in Political Power in Birmingham, () by Carl V.

Harris () University of Tennessee Press, ISBN X. Carl V. Harris. Political Power in Birmingham, Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, xvi + pp. Illustrations, maps, tables, appendix, bibliographical essay, and index.

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Poor Orphan Trash, by Mildred Nelson Holmes (signed),soft cover. Portrait of Birmingham, Portraits in Time, Stories of Huntsville and Madison County, by. Alabama Railroads. Cline, Wayne. () See the Original Azalea Trail and Azalea Festival, Mobile Alabama [cover title].

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(24) For a helpful insider's account of the coal, iron, and steel industry in Birmingham, see Robert J. Norrell, James Bowron: The Autobiography of a New South Industrialist (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ), especially pp., ; and Carl Harris, Political Power in Birmingham, (Knoxville: University.

• Speech delivered to a segregated, mixed race audience at Woodrow Wilson Park in Birmingham, Alabama on the occasion of the city's semicentennial, published in the Birmingham Post (27 October ) quoted in Political Power in Birmingham, () by Carl V.

Harris () University of Tennessee Press, ISBN X. A poetic survey round Birmingham with a brief description of the different curiosities and manufactories of the place: intended as a guide to strangers accompanied by A magnificent directory, with the names, professions, &c.

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Lafayette in the Age of the American Revolution: Selected Letters and Papers, – Vol. I: December 7, –Ma Ed. by Stanley J. Idzerda, Roger. General contextual material for Birmingham is afforded by Martha C.M. Bigelow, "Birmingham: Biography of a City of the New South," unpublished Ph.D.

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