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Pioneering Cartoonists of Color
by Tim Jackson
University Press of Mississippi  | April 2016 | ISBN-10: 1496804856 | ePUB | 21.8 mb

https://www.amazon.com/Pioneering-Cartoonists-Color-Tim-Jackson/dp/1496804856

Syndicated cartoonist and illustrator Tim Jackson offers an unprecedented look at the rich yet largely untold story of African American cartoon artists. This book provides a historical record of the men and women who created seventy-plus comic strips, many editorial cartoons, and illustrations for articles. The volume covers the mid-1880s, the early years of the self-proclaimed black press, to 1968, when African American cartoon artists were accepted in the so-called mainstream.
When the cartoon world was preparing to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the American comic strip, Jackson anticipated that books and articles published upon the anniversary would either exclude African American artists or feature only the three whose work appeared in mainstream newspapers after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination in 1968. Jackson was determined to make it impossible for critics and scholars to plead an ignorance of black cartoonists or to claim that there is no information on them. He began in 1997 cataloging biographies of African American cartoonists, illustrators, and graphic designers, and showing samples of their work. His research involved searching historic newspapers and magazines as well as books and "Who's Who" directories.


About the Author
Tim Jackson, Chicago, Illinois, is a nationally syndicated cartoonist and illustrator born in Dayton, Ohio. He earned a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has illustrated editorial cartoons for the Chicago Defender, Chicago Tribune, and Cincinnati Herald, among others.

CONTENTS
Introduction
CHAPTER 1 What We Had to Overcome
CHAPTER 2 1800–1899: The Pioneering Cartoons
CHAPTER 3 1900–1919: Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century Cartoons
CHAPTER 4 The Race Cartoons of 1920–1929
CHAPTER 5 1930–1939: From Dixie to Harlem and Beyond
CHAPTER 6 1940–1949: The Cartoon Renaissance
CHAPTER 7 A Special Look: 1941–1946: Wartime ‘Toons in the Black Press
CHAPTER 8 1950–1959: In Livin’ Color
CHAPTER 9 1960–1968: Going Mainstream
CHAPTER 10 1970 and Beyond: To Be Continued . . .
Appendix: The Pioneering Cartoonists
Notes
Index

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