Nantucket's People of Color: Essays on History, Politics and Community

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Nantucket's People of Color: Essays on History, Politics and Community - Johnson, Robert Jr (Editor)
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Nantucket's People of Color is a fascinating study of Nantucket's African population from historical, cultural, and racial perspectives. This anthology, which represents more than ten years of research by James Bradford Ames Scholars from the University of Massachusetts Boston, examines the relationships between Africans, Quakers, others of European descent, and Cape Verdeans on Nantucket and the events and controversies that both united and divided the larger community along 'racial' lines.

Nantucket's People of Color: Essays on History, Politics and Community 2006, University Press of America, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780761834953

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Nantucket's People of Color: Essays on History, Politics and Community 2006, University Press of America, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780761834946

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