Africans in America - Part 4: Judgment Day
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Africans in America - Part 4: Judgment Day
Experience the frenzied decades leading up to the Civil War (1831-1865) and the bitter fight over slavery. This fourth and final volume of the Africans in America series revisits the famous lives and writings of Sojourner Truth, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Jacobs, Harriet Tubman, Dred Scott, and John Brown, as well as rediscovering some lost stories and historical figures. Judgment Day tells of the harsh realities of life on one Georgia plantation, Butler Island, through the eyes of a British actress and abolitionist who married the estate's owner and later published her journals… More
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