A Black Community in North Carolina, 1863-1900
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|Format: ||Paperback, 127 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 30 January 1981|
Examines the history of James City, a black community located near New Bern. Established in 1863 as a camp for destitute former slaves, James City persisted as a stronghold of black self-determination throughout the nineteenth century. The book provides insight into African American history on the local level.
North Carolina Office of Archives & History|
23.04 x 15.39 x 0.94 centimetres|
15+ years |