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Edenland

Author : Wallace King
ISBN : 1503934942
Genre : Fugitive slaves
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"Born a slave, Bledsoe had never left Our Joy plantation, and a daring escape offers his only chance for liberty. On the run he encounters Alice, an Irish indentured servant committing what appears to be an act of murder as she burns down a shack in the Great Dismal Swamp of North Carolina. Faced with the threat of capture, Bledsoe and Alice become reluctant allies. An epic tale unfolds as their quest for freedom pulls them from swamp to city, from North Carolina to Virginia. Somewhere between injustice and loss, they discover a hidden place that seems like an Eden, where their bond and love are forged. But the Confederate army is on the march and soon tramples their tenuous freedom. Separated, they are cast into fates they never imagined. Through it all, the hope of deliverance drives them onward, and the memory of their Edenland remains, burning bright against the darkness of slavery and the American Civil War."--Page 4 of cover.

Re Creating Eden

Author : Emmanuel Kreike
ISBN : 0325070776
Genre : Land tenure
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This work analyzes the social and environmental impact of colonial conquest and pacification of Africa through a case study of the Angolan-Namibian borderlands. These areas were exposed to three different systems of colonial expansion: German, Portuguese, and British (South African). This study demonstrates the interactions between social and environmental factors, structures and processes and shows that colonial conquest needs to be acknowledged as a major problem. It includes in-depth analysis of the late 19th to 20th century processes of social and environmental change at the village, household, and individual levels. It illustrates how refugees managed to restore a workable environment without massive outside aid and despite colonial exactions. It includes in-depth analysis of the late 19th to 20th century processes of social and environmental change at the village, household, and individual levels. It illustrates how refugees managed to restore a workable environment without massive outside aid and despite colonial exactions.

To Colonize Eden

Author : Daniel Green
ISBN : STANFORD:36105036981236
Genre : Land tenure
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Hymn Tune And Service Book For Sunday Schools

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044073431058
Genre : Sunday schools
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Specimens Of Sacred And Serious Poetry From Chaucer To The Present Day Including Grahame S Sabbath C With Biogr Notices And Critical Remarks By J Johnstone

Author : John Johnstone
ISBN : OXFORD:600003426
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Hymnal

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044077922862
Genre : Hymns, English
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The Child S Book Of Praise Compiled By G Coward Jun

Author : George COWARD (Jun., of Durham.)
ISBN : BL:A0021939357
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