Postcolonial theory thus establishes intellectual spaces for subaltern peoples to speak for themselves, in their own voices, and thus produce cultural discourses of philosophy, language, society and economy, balancing the imbalanced us-and-them binary power-relationship between the colonist and the colonial subjects. Colonialism was presented as "the extension of civilization", which ideologically justified the self-ascribed racial and cultural superiority of the Western world over the non-Western world.
Photographs -- Black-and-white photoprints -- Silver gelatin -- Scrapbooks -- Scope and Contents note: The material consists of newspaper articles, photographs, pamphlets, souvenirs, and newsletters on Hamilton's reign as Queen of the Hoboes as well as a brief history of the Hoboes of America Organization from Among such items are newspaper articles on Garnette Hamilton herself, Hoboes of America's motto, accomplishments, responsibilities, requirements for admission, and the meaning of the word hobo.
This last point was very important to Hamilton and the Organization.
In almost every article, Mrs. Hamilton stressed the difference between the words hobo, tramp, and bum. These words do not mean the same thing and Mrs. Hamilton wanted to make sure the public was informed of these differences.
The photographs concentrated on Hamilton and the Hoboes of America's annual conventions. Also included are stubs and souvenirs of past conventions.
The newsletters contain poetry written by hoboes, letters to the editor Hamiltonand personal notes on various members. Each newsletter was dedicated to a different hobo member. Garnette Olive Hamilton was crowned Queen of the Hoboes for life in Hamilton became one of the first women to be accepted into the organization.
The organization's purpose was to act as an non profit service group to aid local charities as well as to encourage runaways to return home.
InHamilton's good deeds for others in need, as well as her friendliness, earned her the title of Queen of the Hoboes for Life in the United States, Canada, and the British Isles, as well as Empress of India. The Hamilton Papers were received from Mrs. Hamilton of Canton, Ohio in August, An additional notebook of Hobo poetry was received from its compiler, Ms.
Rose Marie Jackson, in January, Collection is open for research.
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