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By John Saillant

The essays during this assortment provide new facts and new conclusions on subject matters within the heritage of African american citizens in Virginia akin to the demography of early slave imports, the potential used to manage slave exertions, the location of girl employed slaves within the backcountry, African American ladies within the Civil conflict period, and the Garveyite grassroots corporations of the 1920s.

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