Download: SCA Journal Fall 2005 – Segregation on the Road

Download: SCA Journal Fall 2005 – Segregation on the Road

To celebrate Black History Month, the SCA has digitized and made available for download the Fall 2005 edition of our SCA Journal.

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The SCA Journal features scholarly articles on commercial archeology. It is the premiere member benefit of the Society for Commercial Archeology. Printed copies are available by mail for $6 each. Digital copies can be downloaded by members for FREE (join today!), or can be downloaded by non-members for $5 each.*

Titled “Segregation on the Road,” this issue featured six articles related to the topic, including:

    • Lyell Henry, “Accommodations ‘for Colored’”
    • Gregory Smith, “‘Finest for Negroes’: Lodging in Jim Crow Era Texas”
    • Mella Rothwell Harmon, “‘500 Negro Wives Annually’: Reno’s African-American Divorce Trade”
    • Frank Brusca, “Crisis on Route 40: How the U.S. Department of State Worked on the Domestic Front to Combat Whites-Only Policy in Public Accommodations”
    • Diane DeBlois, “Nothing Plain at the Plains Motel”
    • Beth Savage, “Segregation and Preservation”

* Please note, not all issues are available as digital downloads.