Mississippi to Chicago (History of the Blues)

Mississippi to Chicago (History of the Blues): (History of the Blues)

Mississippi to Chicago (History of the Blues): (History of the Blues) The Mississippi Delta is generally considered to be the birthplace of the blues in the United States during Slavery. Blacks began singing blues in the cotton fields. However, African-American workforce, the rapid mechanization of cotton production made these underpaid and systematically exploited workers expendable. This change, concurrent with the return of many African American GIs from World War II accelerated what came to be known as The Great Migration to the North, the largest movement of Americans in U.S. history. Black blues singers moved to Chicago and continued singing blues in Chicago and using the Chittlin’ Circuit to make a better living than the South had to offer. You hold in your hands, one of the most important books I have ever compiled on blues: Mississippi to Chicago (History of the Blues) of facts, dates, events and individuals from all walks of life consists of: History of Mississippi (Chapter I) Where Blues Began Chapter II) The Blues Trail (Chapter III) Leaving the Cotton Fields (Chapter IV) Chittlin’ Circuit Chapter V) Outstanding Blues Singers (Chapter VI) NAACP Beginning (Chapter VII) The time has come for me to give recognition to all the people who entertained Blacks with their blues using the Chittlin’ Circuit eventually breaking down the segregated racist system into an integrated society which practice equal justice for all. Those people are the "forgotten heroes." Therefore, they will be recognized in this history book. Blacks must never forget that there have always been good decent Americans who wanted to do the right thing in the first place, regardless of race, creed or color. Lets begin to celebrate Mississippi to Chicago (History of the Blues) recognizing outstanding blues singers who participated in making the United State a better country we live in today. Finally, we must began to realize we all are Americans who cherish freedom and the pursuit of happiness. Last but not least, I love America and it is the greatest country on earth. Therlee Gipson

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Bookstore Mississippi to Chicago (History of the Blues): (History of the Blues) The Mississippi Delta is generally considered to be the birthplace of the blues in the United States during Slavery. Blacks began singing blues in the cotton fields. However, African-American workforce, the rapid mechanization of cotton production made these underpaid and systematically exploited workers expendable. This change, concurrent with the return of many African American GIs from World War II accelerated what came to be known as The Great Migration to the North, the largest movement of Americans in U.S. history. Black blues singers moved to Chicago and continued singing blues in Chicago and using the Chittlin’ Circuit to make a better living than the South had to offer. You hold in your hands, one of the most important books I have ever compiled on blues: Mississippi to Chicago (History of the Blues) of facts, dates, events and individuals from all walks of life consists of: History of Mississippi (Chapter I) Where Blues Began Chapter II) The Blues Trail (Chapter III) Leaving the Cotton Fields (Chapter IV) Chittlin’ Circuit Chapter V) Outstanding Blues Singers (Chapter VI) NAACP Beginning (Chapter VII) The time has come for me to give recognition to all the people who entertained Blacks with their blues using the Chittlin’ Circuit eventually breaking down the segregated racist system into an integrated society which practice equal justice for all. Those people are the "forgotten heroes." Therefore, they will be recognized in this history book. Blacks must never forget that there have always been good decent Americans who wanted to do the right thing in the first place, regardless of race, creed or color. Lets begin to celebrate Mississippi to Chicago (History of the Blues) recognizing outstanding blues singers who participated in making the United State a better country we live in today. Finally, we must began to realize we all are Americans who cherish freedom and the pursuit of happiness. Last but not least, I love America and it is the greatest country on earth. Therlee Gipson $20.00 https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51CvnB8OUQL._SL160_.jpg
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