Georgia In Black And White: Explorations In The Race Relations Of A Southern State, 1865 1950
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Georgia In Black And White: Explorations In The Race Relations Of A Southern State, 1865 1950

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These 11 essays explore the ways in which whites and blacks in Georgia interacted from the end of the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement. The essays reveal the extent to which racial matters infused politics, religion, education, gender relationships, kinship structures and community dynamics.
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Published November 1st 1994 by University of Georgia Press
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