19th-Century Illustrations of African Americans by E.W. Kemble
From Our Phil and Other Stories (1889) by Katharine Floyd Dana, who published more widely under the pen name Olive A. Wadsworth:
From Daddy Jake: The Runaway and Short Stories Told After Dark (1889) by Joel Chandler Harris, creator of the “Uncle Remus” stories:
From On the Plantation: A Story of a Georgia Boy’s Adventures During the War (1892), also by Joel Chandler Harris:
From Samantha on the Race Problem (1892) by Marietta Holley, an American satirist often compared to Mark Twain:
From Folks from Dixie (1898), a short story collection by Paul Laurence Dunbar, the celebrated African American author of Lyrics of Lowly Life and other influential works of poetry and fiction:
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