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Author by : Kevin Mulroy Languange Used : en Release Date : 2003-09 Publisher by : Texas Tech University Press ISBN : 0896725162 File Size : 50,7 Mb Total Download : 391
Under the brilliant leadership of the charismatic John Horse, a band of black runaways, in alliance with Seminole Indians under Wild Cat, migrated from the Indian Territory to northern Mexico in the mid-nineteenth century to escape from slavery. These maroons subsequently provided soldiers for Mexico's frontier defense and later served the United States Army as the renowned Seminole Negro Indian Scouts. This is the story of the maroons' ethnogenesis in Florida, their removal to the West, their role in the Texas Indian Wars, and the fate of their long quest for freedom and self-determination al
Author by : Catherine Fosl Languange Used : en Release Date : 2009-06-26 Publisher by : University Press of Kentucky ISBN : 9780813173634 File Size : 40,8 Mb Total Download : 331
Memories fade, witnesses pass away, and the stories of how social change took place are often lost. Many of those stories, however, have been preserved thanks to the dozens of civil rights activists across Kentucky who shared their memories in the wide-ranging oral history project from which this volume arose. Through their collective memories and the efforts of a new generation of historians, the stories behind the marches, vigils, court cases, and other struggles to overcome racial discrimination are finally being brought to light. In Freedom on the Border: An Oral History of the Civil Right
Author by : Solly Border Languange Used : en Release Date : 2012-01-12 Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation ISBN : 9781469140384 File Size : 43,9 Mb Total Download : 928
FREEDOM..AT LAST chronicles the journey of an ordinary family of immigrants arriving to United States from Communist Romania. Held captive for than twenty-years by a dictatorship regime, the author discovered the benefits of freedom in his country of adoption, and walks boldly through plenty of experiences. The author wrote this book with the belief that the reader would voyage with him from the first day when he left his native country, sharing impressions compiled over the years of adventures, travels and observations. He cant pretend to be an ordinary person lucky enough to fulfill his drea