Title: THE NEGRO: THE SOUTHERNER'S PROBLEM
Author: Thomas Nelson Page
Publisher: Charles Scribner's SonsCity: New York Year: 1904 (First Edition)Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: 316 plus Advertisements
Book Details + Condition: Scarce first edition from 1904 of The Negro: The Southern's Problem by Thomas Nelson Page. Contents include: Slavery and the Old Relation Between the Southern Whites and Blacks; The Lynching of Negros; The Old-Time Negro; The Race Question; and more. First published in 1904, in his Introduction, the author writes of this book's subject, "the most vital and pressing problems which has ever confronted a people. No pretense is made that the subject has been fully discussed". The author reflected the antebellum South attitudes emphasizing chivalry and attempting to justify slavery. Dedication: "To all those who truly wish to help solve the race problem." In very good condition: tight binding; bumped and rubbed corners and spine ends; light shelfwear to boards; text is clean and unmarked, save inscription on front endpaper.