November 1905 (Vol. 9, No. 5)




November 1905 (Vol. 9, No. 5)

Source: James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection in the Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

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Table of Contents

A Wedding in South Africa (Frontispiece)
The Way of the World (“From the Great White Nation of the West”; Mr. James Crow Again Enthroned; A Reunited Country; The Staging of “The Clansman”; The Martial Spirit Not Yet Dead; An Awakening in the West Indies; Politics in Georgia; The 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Garrison; Abyssinia Postponed; The Re-Election of Starks)
The Negro and the Nation, John Milholland
Samuel W. Starks (Portrait)
For What We are Thankful and for What Not, T.H. Malone
Lazy (Poetry), Will H. Hendrickson
George W. Walker (Portrait)
Bert A. Williams (Portrait)
A Brother’s Counsel (Poetry), Elwin Elliot Rawlins
Why is Socialism Necessary? by a Socialist Workingman
Socialism the Negro’s Salvation
The Late W. W. Browne, Founder of the True Reformers (Portrait)
Young Colored America, S.F. Collins
The Negro in Domestic Service, Justice R. H. Terrell
Railroad Accommodations in the South
Robert (Bob) Cole (Portrait)
Europe’s Reception to Negro Talent (Illustrated), R.C. Simmons
Here and There (Henry C. Parker; Charles Devan; An Old Wall Street Worker; Clarence C. Kittrell; Oakland Business Men)
Stage Comment, Carle Browne Cooke
Recital of the Promoters of High Art
Masonic Dept.