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1996 1st year edition; The University of Arkansas Press; Fayetteville; hardbound in black and marble boards with silver stamp lettering on cover and spine; very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket very good.

 

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Black Savannah focuses upon efforts of African Americans, free and slave, who worked together to establish and maintain a variety of religious, social, and cultural institutions to carve out niches in the larger economy: and to form cohesive families. The result was an autonomous black community in a key city of the Old South. Among the most interesting groups that created Savannah's community, however, were "nominal slaves," slaves in name only who lived apart from their masters, seeking and finding their own employment.

Black Savannah 1788-1864 by Whittington B. Johnson

SKU: BS108s
$24.00Price