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Black Charlestonians; A Social History, 1822-1885
Written by Ph.D. Bernard E. Powers Jr. Paperback University of Arkansas Press,1994 Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
Charleston in Black and White
Written by Steve Estes Hardback 2015 The University of North Carolina Press Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
Gullah Culture
Written by Wilbur Cross Foreword by Emory Shaw Campbell Paperback 2012 John F. Blair Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping  
Sweetgrass Baskets and the Gullah Tradition
Written by Joyce V. Coakley Paperback 2005 Arcadia Publishing Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping  
Doin' the Charleston
Written by Mark R. Jones Paperback 2013 East Atlantic Publishing Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
Unification of a Slave State
Written by Rachel N. Klein Paperback 1990 University of North Carolina Press Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
Within the Plantation Household
Written by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese Paperback 1988 University of North Carolina Press Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping  
Forging Freedom
Written by Amrita Chakrabarti Myers Hardback 2011 University of North Carolina Press Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping   ...
Coming Through
Edited by Kincaid Mills, Genevieve C. Peterkin, and Aaron McCollough Hardback 2008 University of South Carolina Press Our nonprofit status enables customers to enj...
A History of James Island Slave Descendants & Plantation Owners
Written by Eugene Frazier Sr Paperback 2010 The History Press Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping  
Black Slaveowners
Written by Larry Koger Paperback 1995 University of South Carolina Press Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping  
South Carolina & Barbados Connections
Selections from the South Carolina Historical Magazine Introduction by Stephen G. Hoffius 2011 Home House Press Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax...
South Carolina Negores 1877-1900
Written by George Brown Tindall Paperback 1952 University of South Carolina Press Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping  
Nineteenth Century Freedom Fighters
Written by Bennie J. McRae Jr, Curtis M. Miller, Cheryl Trowbridge-Miller Paperback 2006 Arcadia Publishing Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-fre...
Before Freedom When I Just Can Remember
Edited by Belinda Hurmence Paperback 1989 John F. Blair, Publisher Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
Slavery Remembered
Written by Paul D. Escott Paperback 1979 University of North Carolina Press Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
Far More Terrible for Women
Edited by Patrick Minges Paperback 2006 John F. Blair, Publishers Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
I Was Born Into Slavery
Edited by Andrew Waters Paperback 2003 John F. Blair, Publisher Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
Mighty Rough Times I Tell You
Edited by Andrea Sutcliffe Paperback 2000 John F. Blair, Publisher Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
My Folks Don't Want Me to Talk About Slavery
Edited by Belinda Humence Paperback 1984 John F. Blair, Publishers Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
Prayin' to Be Set Free
Edited by Andrew Waters Paperback 2002 John F. Blair, Publisher Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping  
We Lived in a Little Cabin in the Yard
Edited by Belinda Hurmence Paperback 1994 John F. Blair, Publisher Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping
Weren't No Good Times
Edited by Horace Randall Williams Paperback 2004 John F. Blair, Publisher Our nonprofit status enables customers to enjoy tax-free shopping  
Beyond the Fields: Slavery at Middleton Place
Middleton Place, a National Historic landmark, for decades has been engaged in telling the story not just of its white owners, but also of its African American populatio...

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