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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: This original historiographical book, "Mulattoes in the Postbellum South and Beyond: The Invisible Legacy of an Afro-European People, Custom, and Class in America's Binary and Three-Tier Societies," puts Carlton Dubois McClain's ancestral pedigree into perspective within the context of the historical circumstances relevant to those various unions that occurred between Africans, Europeans, and Native Americans in his lineage. Implementing the knowledge that he came to acquire through his studies, Carlton Dubois McClain builds a historical framework as to the predispositions pitted against historically mixed-race persons and people of color, and he goes on to elaborate on the roots of the socio-economic status of contemporary Americans of black African descent, and how the historically Eurocentric-based power and prejudice of some came to adversely impact both the legacy and current-day condition of an entire community of people. In using his own ancestral family as both a case in point and a solidifier of his argument, Carlton Dubois McClain chronicles, examines, and analyzes the historical place that his mulatto-identified ancestors held in society, and, in the process, he constructs a historically-based premise as to the plight, condition, and legacy of historically mixed-race people in the Postbellum South (or the Southern United States after the American Civil War). In so doing, it is his aspiration that this book brings light to the occurrences pertinent to the historical multi-ethnicity within the United States of America. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: This original historiographical book, ?Mulattoes in the Postbellum South and Beyond: The Invisible Legacy of an Afro-European People, Custom, and Class in America?s Binary and Three-Tier Societies,? puts Carlton Dubois McClain?s ancestral pedigree into perspective within the context of the historical circumstances relevant to those various unions that occurred between Africans, Europeans, and Native Americans in his lineage. Implementing the knowledge that he came to acquire through his studies, Carlton Dubois McClain builds a historical framework as to the predispositions pitted against historically mixed-race persons and people of color, and he goes on to elaborate on the roots of the socio-economic status of contemporary Americans of black African descent, and how the historically Eurocentric-based power and prejudice of some came to adversely impact both the legacy and current-day condition of an entire community of people. In using his own ancestral family as both a case in point and a solidifier of his argument, Carlton Dubois McClain chronicles, examines, and analyzes the historical place that his mulatto-identified ancestors held in society, and, in the process, he constructs a historically-based premise as to the plight, condition, and legacy of historically mixed-race people in the Postbellum South (or the Southern United States after the American Civil War). In so doing, it is his aspiration that this book brings light to the occurrences pertinent to the historical multi-ethnicity within the United States of America.

Über den Autor: Carlton Dubois McClain was born on April 28, 1992 in Kansas City, Missouri, and he is the last of three children born to Rev. Coleman Douglas McClain, Sr. and Evalin Élaine McClain (née Clariette). His father is an African American of English, German, Cherokee, and African descent, and his mother is, through her father, of Louisiana Creole (African-American, Choctaw, and French) descent with additional Creek Native American, African-American, and American Jewish ancestry through her mother. The majority of Carlton?s ancestors from both sides of his family were racially listed as ?mulatto? on official United States census records prior to 1930. Carlton?s parents decided to name him in honor of the middle name of his paternal uncle. His middle name, Dubois, is a tribute to his mother?s Louisiana Creole heritage. Since his youth, Carlton has extensively been involved in serving his community. He was a two-time President of the Youth Council of the Johnson County, Kansas branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and he has completed over seventy-five hours of community service. Carlton is a 2010 high school graduate of the Pembroke Hill School, and Carlton has since gone on to earn "cum laude" academic honors upon completing his undergraduate degree in Urban Studies with a concentration in Community Development and Housing from the University of Missouri ? Kansas City in 2014. Moreover, Carlton is set to follow through with further education from Wake Forest University School of Business with a Master of Arts in Management in 2016. Carlton is multilingual as he speaks French, Spanish, and German in addition to his native English, and he is a three-time National Laureate on the National French exam which culminated in a first-place regional finish and a sixth-place national finish on the exam in 2010. Moreover, he completed his college minor in French language in 2013. The historiography, ?Mulattoes in the Postbellum South and Beyond: The Invisible Legacy of an Afro-European People, Custom, and Class in America?s Binary and Three-Tier Societies,? is also Carlton?s first book.

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