Author Gonzales created an authentic record of African American character sketches and dialect in his Gullah stories of the Carolina coast, originally published as this collection in 1922.Author Gonzales created an authentic record of African American character sketches and dialect in his Gullah stories of the Carolina coast, originally published as this collection in 1922.Read Less
Good. No Jacket. 6" x 8.25" 1964 reprint of 1922 edition. Hardcover. Text clean & bright; binding tight; minor wear to covers; lacks a dustjacket. 348 pages. Consists of 42 genre sketches of life in the Low Country of South Carolina.
This item is printed on demand. Pioneering journalist Ambrose Gonzales originally published his vivid character sketches of former slaves living along the South Carolina coast in the State, the newspaper he founded with his brother Narcisco in 1891 and S.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. No writing or markings in the book. Text pages are white and crisp. Minor foxing to endsheets and book edges. Dust jacket very lightly rubbed with darkened spine. Now looks great in a clear mylar cover. A nice, tight copy. Full refund if not satisfied.
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