African American criminals -- Early works to 1800. : The prayer and plea of David, to be delivered from blood-guiltiness : improved in a sermon at the ancient Thursday-lecture in Boston, May 16th 1751. Before the execution of a young Negro servant, for poisoning an infant. By Mr. Byles. [Four lines from Psalms].
African American criminals -- Georgia. : Some notes on Negro crime particularly in Georgia [electronic resource] : report of a social study made under the direction of Atlanta University : together with the Proceedings of the Ninth Conference for the Study of the Negro Problems, held at Atlanta University, May 24, 1904 / edited by W.E. Burghardt Du Bois.
African American criminals -- Maine. : The last words and dying speech of Edmund Fortis, a Negro man, who appeared to be between thirty and forty years of age, but very ignorant. [electronic resource] : He was executed at Dresden, on Kennebeck River, on Thursday the twenty-fifth day of September, 1794, for a rape and murder, committed on the body of Pamela Tilton, a young girl of about fourteen years of age, daughter of Mr. Tilton of Vassalborough, in the county of Lincoln.
African American criminals -- Massachusetts -- Andover. : Dying confession of Pomp, [electronic resource] : a Negro man, who was executed at Ipswich, on the 6th August, 1795, for murdering Capt. Charles Furbush, of Andover, / taken from the mouth of the prisoner, and penned by Jonathan Plummer, Jun.
African American dance -- United States. : Dancing the Big Apple, 1937 : African- Americans inspire a national craze / Dancetime Publications in association with SavoyStyle presents ; a film by Judy Pritchett.