Hanes Walton papers
The materials in this online repository form part of a larger Hanes Walton, Jr. papers record group held by the Bentley Historical Library. For a more complete index to the materials, please consult the collection's online finding aid.
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Papers documenting the professional life and advocacy of Hanes Walton, Jr., an eminent professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Michigan. Collection includes correspondence, book reviews, dissertations produced under his guidance, materials demonstrating Walton’s participation in university minority advocacy committees and publications, course syllabi and exams, oral histories and statistics gathered in the course of Walton’s research, and files pertaining to his role as a supporter of historically black colleges and universities in the United States.
Copyright has not been transferred to the Regents of the University of Michigan.
Research and Writing, 2001 - "The 2000 African American Presidential Vote: A View from the South" draft (2016)
Research and Writing, 2003 - "African American Public Opinion, White Scholars, and a Neo-Conservative Political Context" article (2016)
Research and Writing, 1999-2000 - "African American Partisans: Political Parties as Democratic Institutions" draft (2016)
Research and Writing, 2001-2002 - "Texas African American Republicans: The Electoral Revolt in the 1920 Presidential and Gubernatorial Elections" draft (2016)
Research and Writing, 2007 - "Making of an African-American Political Icon: Fannie Lou Hamer's 1964 Congressional Election" statistical tables and charts (2016)