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The Sweet Hell Inside: The Rise of an Elite Black Family in the Segregated South
The Sweet Hell Inside The Rise of an Elite Black Family in the Segregated South
Author: Edward Ball
From National Book Award winner Edward Ball comes The Sweet Hell Inside, the story of the fascinating Harleston family of South Carolina, the progeny of a Southern gentleman and his slave, who cast off their blemished roots and prospered despite racial barriers. Enhanced by recollections from the family's archivist, eighty-four-year-old E...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780060505905
ISBN-10: 0060505907
Publication Date: 11/1/2002
Pages: 432
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Publisher: Perennial
Book Type: Paperback
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The author wrote this book after researching his family tree and finding family connections to slaves. I did not enjoy this book as I thought I would. I finally just stopped reading it and looked at the photo section.
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