2010 Reprint of 1926 Edition.Carter G. Woodson made every effort to support his research with primary source documents, most of which he and his investigators gathered. In The Mind of the Negro Reflected in Letters Dr. Woodson pulled from original sources, primarily documents from church missions, anti-slavery societies and personal papers, those letters that shed light on the African-American experience in the six decades preceding the Civil War.
Letters to the American Colonization Society
Letters to Antislavery Workers and Agencies
Letters largely Personal or Private
In all hundreds of letters are reproduced.