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Shadow of the Plantation Paperback – August 1, by Charles S. Johnson (Author) out of 5 stars 1 ratingCited by: Shadow of the Plantation focuses on descendants of slaves in one rural Southern community in the early part of this century.
In the process, Johnson reviews the troubled history of race relations in the United /States.5/5(2). Shadow of the Plantation Paperback – Janu by Joseph Himes (Introduction) Charles Johnson (Author)4/5(1).
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Available in: of the Plantation focuses on descendants of slaves in one rural Southern community in the early part of this : Transaction Publishers. The book is a multifaceted, interpretive survey of the black families that composed the rural community of Macon County, Alabama, in the late s and early s.
Johnson describes and. Shadow of the Plantation (Acls History E-book Project) Hardcover – February 6, by Charles S. Johnson (Author)4/5(1). THE PLANTATION SERIES - BOOK 3 They come from a noble legacy of wonder and discovery.
They cut through wormholes, portals and anomalies like shadows skipping across a celestial sea. The hooded ones appear in an instant and disappear in a fraction. Every sleeping child fears a glimpse of their ghastly faces in their darkest dreams/5(19).
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