William and Ellen Craft

William and Ellen Craft

written by Georgia Douglas Camp Johnson, 1880-1966 (1935), in Negro History in Thirteen Plays, edited by May Miller and Willis Richardson. (Washington, DC: The Associated Publishers, Inc., 1935) (Alexander Street Press, 1935, originally published 1935), 24 page(s)

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Field of Interest
Theatre
Publisher
Alexander Street Press
Collection
Women and Social Movements in the United States,1600-2000
Content Type
Play
Format
Text
Sub Genre
Drama
Original Publication Date
1935
Page Count
24
Playwright
Georgia Douglas Camp Johnson, 1880-1966
Publication Year
1935
Source Title
Negro History in Thirteen Plays, edited by May Miller and Willis Richardson. (Washington, DC: The Associated Publishers, Inc., 1935)
Subject
Theatre, Women and Social Movements, Women's Studies, Music & Performing Arts, History, Diversity, Black Theater, Women and Family, History, Family, Life histories, Teatro Afroamericano, Teatro Afro-Americano, Mujer y Familia, Mulher e Família, William Craft, 1824-1900, Ellen Craft, 1826-1891, Aunt Mandy, Ellen Craft, Sam, William Craft, Social Reform and Political Activism, Abolition of Slavery, Expansion & Sectionalism (1829–1859), Industrialization and Western Global Hegemony (1750–1914)
Topic
Abolition of Slavery
Performance Rights
Performance rights status is unknown. Alexander Street Press is eager to hear from any rights owners who are not properly identified so that appropriate information may be provided in the future. Any information concerning rights to this play can be sent to the editor at ksaylor@alexanderstreet.com
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Teatro Afroamericano, Teatro Afro-Americano, Mujer y Familia, Mulher e Família

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