A story of former slaves searching for their own promised land after the civil war fleeing the south and trying to reach kansas many became stranded in st louis jack tells how the citys african american community provided food shelter and funds to help the exodusters complete their journey provided by publisher. In this well crafted volume bryan m jack provides the best treatment available on the efforts of the st louis african american community on behalf of the ex. The st louis african american community and the exodusters bryan jack isbn 9780826266163 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. An unorganized mass exodus began in 1879 and thousands of mostly penniless refugees began arriving in st louis as their first stop the city while not exactly progressive or tolerant did have a thriving established and educated african american community and some white allies who sought to aid the exodusters. The st louis african american community and the exodusters tells of former slaves such as george rogers and jacob stevens who fled violence and intimidation in louisiana and mississippi it documents the efforts of individuals in st louis such as charlton tandy moses dickson and rev john turner who reached out to help them but it also
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