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The standard of living among one hundred Negro migrant families in Philadelphia.

by Sadie Tanner Mossell

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Published in [Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cost and standard of living -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia,
  • African Americans.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination50 p.
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15550059M

      The Philadelphia native, born in , was the daughter of Aaron Mossell, a lawyer and the first black graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She had access to educational. The southern negro as he is ().pdf The standard of living among one hundred Negro migrant families in Philadelphia ().pdf The story of the Negro, the rise of the race from slavery ().pdf The truth about lynching and the Negro in the South, in which the author pleads that the South be made safe for the white race ().pdf.

    In , Alexander earned her Ph.D. in economics for her dissertation was “The Standard of Living Among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia.” The same year, Alexander was elected the first national president of the Grand Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta during which time she led the establishment of the sorority’s structure and. Mossel, I. S. T. () “ The standard of living among one hundred negro migrant families in Philadelphia.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science – NHGIS ()

    survey of the living standards of migrant families.n Contemporary 6 Jones, 50 7 Vincent Franklin, The Education of Black Philadelphia Social and Educational History a Minority Community, (Philadelphia, ), 8 8 Committee o n Negro Migration, July report i Negro Study collection Urban Archives, Temple University. HERStory Matters: Dr. Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander, legal pioneer, the first National President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and the first African American woman to earn a doctoral degree in.


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Publication date TopicsPages: Sadie Tanner Mossell. The Standard of Living Among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia By Sadie Tanner Mossell, Ph.D. CHAPTER I Introduction The Negro Migration of, A Detailed Statement of the Migration to Philadelphia During This Period.

THE ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY tunity to move north, at least forty thousand5 came to Philadelphia.

Since the present investigation deals entirely with the migrant who came to. Her dissertation was "The Standard of Living Among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia." -- Was elected the first president of the Grand Chapter, the national organization of the African-American sorority, Delta Sigma Theta.

Her thesis written in pursuit of a master’s in economics was entitled The Standard of Living Among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia. Completed inher research documented the quickly shifting racial dynamics that existed in early 20th century Philadelphia.

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The standard of living among one hundred negro migrant families in Philadelphia, By Sadie Tanner Mossell. Abstract. Bibliographical of access: Internet Topics: Cost and standard of living, [Philadelphia, Year: OAI identifier: oai::MIUCited by: Her dissertation was "The Standard of Living among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia." --Was elected the first president of the Grand Chapter, the national organization of the African-American sorority, Delta Sigma Theta.

Sadie T. Mossell, "The Standard of Living Among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia," Annals of the American Academy of Social and Political Science 98 (November ): 7; “Newly Arrived Negroes Lack Sufficient Shelter,” Evening Public Ledger, 22 March ; “Housing War Work Within Our Gates,” Evening Public Ledger, Foreword [by] James H.S.

BossardStandards of child welfare [by] Julia C. LathropPositive welfare for all childrenProblems and programs involving special groups of childrenChild welfare programsAppendix. The Standard of living among one hundred Negro migrant families in Philadelphia [by] Sadie Tanner MossellIndex.

Sadie T. Mossell, “The Standard of Living among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia,” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 98 (): –75 8. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Standard of Living Among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia at In she earned a Ph.D.

in economics from the university. Her doctoral dissertation was titled “The Standard of Living Among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia.” For a few years Alexander worked as an actuary for North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company in Durham.

In she married Philadelphia attorney Raymond Pace. She earned her economics doctorate there in with a thesis titled "The Standard of Living among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia," in which she sought to "arrive at conclusions concerning the migrants in Philadelphia, through an intensive analysis of the budgets of a small number of their group.".

Philadelphia can be found in Sadie Tanner Mossell, "The Standard of Living Among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia," The Annals, XCVIII (November, ), Mossell argues that one of the chief influences behind the wartime migration of blacks into Phil.

A STANDARD FOR RESIDENTIAL ZONING BASED UPON THE LOCATION OF JOBS. Morton Lustig. Janet Rothnberg Pack. Fels Discussion Paper # Revised [] THE STANDARD OF LIVING AMONG ONE HUNDRED NEGRO MIGRANT FAMILIES IN PHILADELPHIA by Sadie Tanner Mossell.

50 pp. [] STANDARDS. Student Volunteer Program. Council on Volunteers. She received this degree in economics and titled her dissertation, The Standard of Living Among Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia.

Alexander had difficulty finding work in Philadelphia despite her qualifications, and relocated to Durham, North Carolina, where she worked as an actuary for the black-owned North Carolina Mutual Life.For her doctoral dissertation, "The Standard of Living Among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia," she analyzed the economic status of the southern blacks who had been migrating to Philadelphia since World War I.Sadie Tanner Mossell Graduation from the University of Pennsylvania, c Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander focussed on the conditions migrants faced in her doctoral dissertation entitled "The Standard of Living Among One Hundred Negro Migrant Families in Philadelphia".