Creating Freedom: Material Culture And African American Identity At Oakley Plantation, Louisiana, 1840 1950

Creating Freedom Material Culture And African American Identity At Oakley Plantation Louisiana A study of the experiences of African American labourers on plantations Specifically it examines the lives of four black families who lived at Oakley Plantation in south Louisiana s West Feliciana Pa

  • Title: Creating Freedom: Material Culture And African American Identity At Oakley Plantation, Louisiana, 1840 1950
  • Author: Laurie A. Wilkie
  • ISBN: 9780807126486
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • A study of the experiences of African American labourers on plantations Specifically, it examines the lives of four black families who lived at Oakley Plantation in south Louisiana s West Feliciana Parish over the course of 100 years Archaeological evidence and oral interviews are included.

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