Book Information
Families and Freedom: A Documentary History of African-American Kinship in the Civil War Era

Authors:

Berlin, Ira

Wilson, Hawkins (Introduction)

Categories:

Civil War and Emancipation

Essays, journals, diaries, letters & other prose works

Slavery & Abolition

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Location:

Slater Center

Dewey:

973.04 BER

Reading Level:

Pages:

304

Copies:

1

Format:

Paperback

Publisher:

New Press, The

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Illustrator:

Key Words:

Freedmen and Southern Society Project, sequel to Free at Last, brutalities of slavery in 1860s, post civil war, documents, family ties, Emancipation Proclamation,

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