- Published by:
- Walter Rhett
Digest / 5.25" x 8.25"64 pages Perfect-bound
Hariett Tubman, Sarah and Angelina Grimke and many other women show up as first person sources in this new book-length conversation about faith and obstacles, family and triumph in the 19th century. It ends with the nation's first emancipation celebration.
The book includes photographs by Dorothea Lange and Marion Wolcott Post from the Library of Congress FSA collection and a cover engraving by Winslow Homer.
Described as "a seamless historical narrative," telling stories of the physical and moral challenges and dangers that women and families faced in the 19th century. Read their words and review their lives' history. Previously unpublished images are included.
The book commemorates the 147th jubilee of African-Americans. This edition, a combined Author and Reader's edition, is marked 25% off until June 30.
Until JUNE 3O, supported by author and content web service discounts, the edition is priced at 25% off!