In this condensed form certain situations and questions could not be adequately discussed, and in endeavoring thus to tell the story the author may have left unsaid what others consider more important. Practically all phases of Negro life and history have been treated in their various ramifications, however, to demonstrate how the Negro has been influenced by contact with the Caucasian and to em phasize what the former has contributed to civilization.

The author is indebted to Mr. David A. Lane, Jr., who. Kindly assisted him in reading the entire proof.

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