qExamines the people and institutions that shaped Kansas City's Black communities from the end of the Civil War until the outbreak of World War II, blending rich historical research with first-person accounts that allow participants in this historical drama to tell their own stories of struggle and accomplishmentq--Provided by publisher.The next new theater to cater specifically to African Americans was the Lincoln Theater, which opened in 1920 at ... The Lincoln also offered works by Oscar Micheaux and live shows on the Theater Owners Booking Association (TOBA) circuit.
|Title||:||Take Up the Black Man's Burden|
|Author||:||Charles Edward Coulter|
|Publisher||:||University of Missouri Press - 2006|