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Blackface is a style of theatrical makeup in the United States, used to effect the countenance of an iconic, racist American archetype — that of the darky or coon.White blackface performers in the past used burnt cork and later greasepaint or shoe polish to blacken their skin and exaggerate their lips, often wearing woolly wigs, gloves, tailcoats, or ragged clothes to complete the transformation.Through these personal accounts, white slaveholders gave biased accounts of what a dominant female house slave role was.
African religions were labeled pagan and therefore inferior to Christian Europe.Notably, as with Sambo, the term as an insult crosses ethnic lines; the derived Commonwealth English epithet Wog is applied more often to people from the Arabian Peninsula and Indian Subcontinent than to Africans, though "Golly dolls" still in production mostly retain the look of the stereotypical blackface minstrel.The term pickaninny, reserved for children, has a similarly broadened pattern of use; while it originated in a Portuguese word for 'small child' in general, it was applied especially to African-American children in the United States, then later to Australian Aboriginal children."Sambo" refers to black men that were considered very happy, usually laughing, lazy, irresponsible, or carefree.This depiction of black people was displayed in films of the early 20th century.Gollywog is a similarly enduring caricature, most often represented as a blackface doll, and dates to American children's books of the late 19th century.The character found great favor among the Whites of Great Britain and Australia as well, into the late 20th century.The character Jim Crow was dressed in rags, battered hat and torn shoes.The actor blackened his face and hands and impersonated a very nimble and irreverently witty African American field hand who sang, "Turn about and wheel about, and do just so.The best known stock character of this sort is Jim Crow, featured in innumerable stories, minstrel shows, and early films.There are many other stock characters that are popularly known as well, like Mammy and Jezebel.