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Black Image in White Vermont: The Origin, Meaning, and Abolition of Kake Walk

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Title: Black Image in White Vermont: The Origin, Meaning, and Abolition of Kake Walk

Author

  • Loewen, James W.

Source Document

Extent: 21 pages

Date Created: 1991

Description

At the time of this digital collection launch, this chapter is the only known scholarly piece on UVM's Kake Walk. James Loewen was a professor of sociology at the University of Vermont. This chapter was published in a book commemorating the university's bicentennial: Loewen, James. "Black Image in White Vermont: The Origin, Meaning, and Abolition of Kake Walk." The University of Vermont: The First Two Hundred Years. Sr. ed. Robert V. Daniels. Hanover, NH / University of Vermont : Distributed by University Press of New England / University of Vermont, 1991.

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Language(s): English

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2010-05-12, Center for Digital Initiatives, University of Vermont Libraries

Type of Resource: text

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Requests to reproduce this item should be sent to the UVM Libraries' Center for Digital Initiatives at cdi@uvm.edu. For more information, see http://cdi.uvm.edu/about/rights.
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http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/kwsecondaryLoewen

Preferred citation

Black Image in White Vermont: The Origin, Meaning, and Abolition of Kake Walk, University Archives, Record Group 53: Fraternities and Sororities, Series: Kake Walk, http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/kwsecondaryLoewen (accessed September 01, 2014)

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