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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-06-05
  • Publisher: Infinity Pub

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In 1955, America was experiencing a wave of racial turmoil spreading across the nation at a feverish pitch. The world watched as America appeared on the verge of racial civil war. It was a time when a Supreme Court ruling on school desegregation and white supremacy organizations captured newspaper headlines. New York school teacher Regina Wilson¿s life would take on a whole new perspective after the death of her father when she discovers her grandfather¿s journal. Read as Regina follows his footsteps from the shores of Madagascar, as a chained captive aboard the vile slave ship, Gull, and during his long, hard, and yet peaceful life on the Stratham Plantation. Sometimes we need to look to those who have come before us and experience their journey in order to better understand our own.

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