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Lawrence, Jacob, 1917-2000 National Library of Sweden National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library

Jacob Lawrence American painter Wikidata

Lawrence, Jacob, 1917- ISNI National Library of Israel National Library of Australia

Lawrence, Jacob (American painter, 1917-2000) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Lawrence, Jacob NII (Japan)

VIAF ID: 42644829 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0001  1490  9192 

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Aesop's fables. National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
[African American woman and man sitting at a table reading before a window showing street scene] Library of Congress/NACO
And the migrants kept coming Wikidata
Bible. Library of Congress/NACO
Blind Beggars Wikidata
I can fly. Library of Congress/NACO
Captain Skinner Wikidata
Child labor and a lack of education was one of the other reasons for people wishing to leave their homes Wikidata
The first book of Moses, called Genesis : the King James Version Library of Congress/NACO
The great migration : an American story Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO
Harriet and the Promised Land. Library of Congress/NACO
Hiroshima Library of Congress/NACO
In many of the communities the Negro press was read continually because of its attitude and its encouragement of the movement Wikidata
Jacob Lawrence, American painter Library of Congress/NACO
Jacob Lawrence : drawings, 1945 to 1996 Library of Congress/NACO
Jacob Lawrence : the complete prints (1963-2000) : a catalogue raisonne Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands
Jacob Lawrence the Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman series of 1938-40 Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO
Jacob Lawrence : the Harriet Tubman series : January 18-March 2, 1986, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. Library of Congress/NACO
Jacob Lawrence : the Toussaint L'Ouverture Series at the SEED School Library of Congress/NACO
John Brown. xR Extended Titles Library of Congress/NACO
John Brown series Library of Congress/NACO
Junk Wikidata
Kids & African American art Library of Congress/NACO
labor agent who had been sent South by Northern industry was a very familiar person in the Negro counties Wikidata
The Library Wikidata
"Men exist for the sake of one another. Teach them then or bear with them."--Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Meditations, VIII:59. From the series Great Ideas of Western Man. Wikidata
migrants arrived in great numbers Wikidata
migration gained in momentum Wikidata
Migration of the Negro German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 17: Tenant farmers received harsh treatment at the hands of planters. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 25: They left their homes. Soon some communities were left almost empty. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 27: Many men stayed behind until they could take their families north with them. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 29: The labor agent recruited unsuspecting laborers as strike breakers for northern industries. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 3: From every southern town migrants left by the hundreds to travel north. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 39: Railroad platforms were piled high with luggage. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 43: In a few sections of the South leaders of both Black and White communities met to discuss ways of making the South a good place to live. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 47: As the migrant population grew, good housing became scarce. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 49: They found discrimination in the North. It was a different kind. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 5: Migrants were advanced passage on the railroads, paid for by northern industry. Northern industry was to be repaid by the migrants out of their future wages. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 51: African Americans seeking to find better housing attempted to move into new areas. This resulted in the bombing of their new homes. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 53: African American, long-time residents of northern cities met the migrants with aloofness and disdain. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 55: The migrants, having moved suddenly into a crowded and unhealthy environment, soon contracted tuberculosis. The death rate rose. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 57: The female workers were the last to arrive north. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 7: The migrant, whose life had been rural and nurtured by the earth, was now moving to urban life dependent on industrial machinery. Wikidata
The Migration Series, Panel no. 9: They left because the boll weevil had ravaged the cotton crop. Wikidata
Negro press was also influential in urging the people to leave the South Wikidata
Negro: U.S.A. : a graphic history of the Negro people in America Library of Congress/NACO
Negro was the largest source of labor to be found after all others had been exhausted Wikidata
New Jersey, from the United States Series Wikidata
One of the largest race riots occurred in East St. Louis Wikidata
One of the main forms of social and recreational activities in which the migrants indulged occurred in the church Wikidata
One-way ticket Library of Congress/NACO
Over the line : the art and life of Jacob Lawrence Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Sweden
The Photographer Wikidata
Pool Parlor Wikidata
Race riots were very numerous all over the North because of the antagonism that was caused between the Negro and white workers. Many of these riots occurred because the Negro was used as a strike breaker in many of the Northern industries Wikidata
railroad stations were at times so over-packed with people leaving that special guards had to be called in to keep order Wikidata
The Shoemaker Wikidata
Struggle Series - No. 10: Washington Crossing the Delaware Wikidata
The studio Library of Congress/NACO
Taboo Wikidata
They also made it very difficult for migrants leaving the South. They often went to railroad stations and arrested the Negroes wholesale which in turn made them miss their train. Wikidata
They also worked in large numbers on the railroad Wikidata
They did not always leave because they were promised work in the North. Many of them left because of Southern conditions one of them being great floods that ruined the crops and therefore they were unable to make a living where they were Wikidata
They were very poor Wikidata
The Toussaint L'Ouverture series : a visual narration of the liberation of Haiti in 1804 under the leadership of General Toussaint L'Ouverture Library of Congress/NACO
The Toussaint L'Ouverture series; [exhibition] December 8-30, 1968, the Art Gallery, Fisk University. Library of Congress/NACO
Toussaint L'Ouverture : the fight for Haiti's freedom Library of Congress/NACO
trains were packed continually with migrants Wikidata
Two rebels Library of Congress/NACO
Untitled Wikidata
The Visitors Wikidata
The Wedding Wikidata
Workshop Library of Congress/NACO
World War had caused a great shortage in Northern industry and also citizens of foreign countries were returning home Wikidata

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