The Hidden History of Mixed-Race America
Renowned historian Gary Nash describes how Americans built racial classifications and how some defied these classifications and tried to infuse pluralism into American society. In addition to some of the expected subjects (slavery, relations with and views of Native Americans, the Chinese Exclusion Act), Nash also uncovers how race influenced such things as reform movements, religion, labor, business, and advertising.
This title is part of the series: AP* U.S. HISTORY LIBRARY
2010 revised edition
National Center for History in the Schools
9 and up