THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY. Volume 1, 1916 (462 pages) First Edition -- Carter G. Woodson. Published by The Association For the Study of Negro Life and History, INC, Lancaster, PA and Washington, DC. A very Rare history containing the first four issues (vol One #'s 1, 2, 3 and 4) of an important journal. Some of the articles include: Carter G. Woodson, The Negroes of Cincinnati Prior to the Civil War, and Freedom and Slavery in Appalachian America, Monroe N. Work: The Passing Tradition and the African Civilization, Kelly Miller:The Historic Background of the Negro Physician, W.B. Hargrove:The Negro Soldier in the American Revolution, A.O. Staford:Antar, the Arabian Negro Warrior, Poet and Hero, John H. Russel: Colored Freemen as Slave Owners in Virginia, Louis R. Mehlinger:The Attitude of the Free Negro Toward African Colonization, Alice Dunbar-Nelson: People of Color in Louisiana , Wm T. McKinney: The Defeat of the Secessionists in Kentucky in 1861...Light foxing but overall a tight and very good copy of an extremely rare journal.