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Afro-Americans in New York Life and History
An Interdisciplinary Journal

Monroe Fordham, Editor
ISSN 0364-2437



Mission/Purpose
How To Subscribe To Journal
How To Submit Articles For Publication
Titles Of Articles In Recent Issues Of Journal


Mission/Purpose

Afro-Americans in New York Life and History is an interdisciplinary journal that is published two times per year (January and July) by the Afro-American Historical Association of the Niagara Frontier, Inc. Through the journal, the Association will endeavor to promote and publish research and scholarship pertaining to Afro-Americans in New York State. The journal will publish analytical, historical, and descriptive articles dealing with the life and history of Afro-Americans in New York State. We will also publish articles on race relations and racial attitudes. In addition, the journal will carry articles dealing with methodology and trends in local and regional Afro-American studies. Moreover, we will attempt to aid the researcher by identifying and publicizing information concerning the location of archival sources and research materials pertaining to Afro-Americans in New York.

The journal will publish book reviews pertaining to the life and history of people of African descent in the United States or elsewhere.


How To Subscribe To Journal

Subscription rates - $8 per year.

Send name and address, plus subscription fee to:

Afro-Americans in New York Life and History
P.O. Box 63
Buffalo, NY 14207



How To Submit Articles For Publication

Persons who wish to submit articles for consider for publication should observe the following: (1). Submit two hard copies of the article, plus a copy of the computer disk file (indicate the software that was used).
(2). Footnotes, consecutively numbered, should appear at the end of the article.
(3). Persons submitting articles should allow 6 weeks for review and reply.
(4). Send articles to:
Afro-Americans in New York Life and History
P.O. Box 63
Buffalo, NY 14207



Titles Of Articles In Recent Issues Of Journal
Vol. 22 No.12 (January 1998)

E. Anne Schaetzke, "Slavery in the Genesee Country (also known as Ontario County), 1789 to 1827"
Tamara Brown, "It Don't Mean a Tjing If It Ain't Got That Harlem Swing: Social Dance and the Harlem Renaiscance"
Thorin Tritter, The Growth and Decline of Harlem's Housing"


Vol. 21 No. 2 (July 1997)

Victor J. Disanto, "Henry Johnsons Paradox: L A Soldiers Story."
Jan DeAmicis, "To Them That Has Brot Me Up: Black Oneidans and Their Families, 1850 to 1920."
James H. Meriwether, "The American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa and its Arden House Conference."
A.J. Williams-Myers, " New York City, African Americans and Selective Memory."
Edward S. Jenkins, "Empirical Findings By a Young Medical Scientist on Two Acute Medical Diseases."


Book Reviews
Vol. 21 No. 1 (January 1997)

Monroe Fordham, "Origins of the Michigan Street Baptist Church, Buffalo, NY."
John F. Siskar, "The B.U.I.L.D. Academy: A Historical Study of Community Actionin Buffalo, NY."
B. Gwendolyn Greene, "From the Chapel to the Buffalo Urban League."
Thelma B. Thompson, "Autobiography as Self-Discovery and Affirmation in James Weldon Johnsons Journey, Along This Way."
Oscar R. Williams, "From Black Liberal to Black Conservative: George S. Schuyler, 1923-1925."
James R. McDonnell, " Interview With Olin Wilson:Charter Member, Steelworkers Organizing Committee, Bethlehem Steel Corp., Buffalo, NY."

Book Reviews
Vol. 20 No. 2 (July 1996)

Marcy S. Sacks, "Separatism and the Demand for Equality by Albany's (NY) Black Citizens, 1827-1860."
Robert T. Vinson, "The Promotion and Encouragement of the Atlantic Slave Trade by the New York Judiciary System, 1857-1862."
Ralph L. Crowder, "John E. Bruce, Edward Wilmot Blyden, Alexander Crummell, and J. Robert Love: Mentors, Patrons, and Evolution of A Pan-African Intellectual Network."
Patsy M. Fletcher, "Historic Preservation and the African American Community."

Book Reviews
Vol. 20 N0. 1 (January 1996)

Richard McRae, "Paying Their Dues: Buffalos African American Musicians Union, Local 533, A.F.M., 1917-1969." (Entire Issue)


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