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ADHOUSE Trashcan By Mason Dixon
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This book is a excavation of the qualified waste, AD waste, waste that escaped unutilized and undisposed. Here we liberate the stray ink splatters of counterfeit retail, and present it for our... More > edutainment.< Less
ADHOUSE Trashcan By Mason Dixon
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This book is a excavation of the qualified waste, AD waste, waste that escaped unutilized and undisposed. Here we liberate the stray ink splatters of counterfeit retail, and present it for our... More > edutainment.< Less
The Evolution of the Mason-Dixon Line By Morgan Poitiaux Robinson
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Morgan Poitiaux Robinson's article on the evolution of the Mason-Dixon line and the legal history behind that famous line is presented in this small booklet. It was originally published in 1909 in... More > the Journal of American History.< Less
Mason-Dixon: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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Separated for thirty years, a white woman attempts to recruit her former slave to return to the South to work as a Union spy in the Confederate White House. Issues of race, class, and gender explode... More > as the women confront their lesbian girlhood and shared history of sexual abuse.< Less
Mason-Dixon: A Play in One Act By Carolyn Gage
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Separated for thirty years, a white woman attempts to recruit her former slave to return to the South to work as a Union spy in the Confederate White House. Issues of race, class, and gender explode... More > as the women confront their lesbian girlhood and shared history of sexual abuse.< Less
Mason-Dixon: A Play in One Act By Carolyn Gage
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Separated for thirty years, a white woman attempts to recruit her former slave to return to the South to work as a Union spy in the Confederate White House. Issues of race, class, and gender explode... More > as the women confront their lesbian girlhood and shared history of sexual abuse.< Less
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Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom By William Craft & Ellen Craft
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William and Ellen Craft were slaves from Macon who gained celebrity after a daring public escape in December 1848. The light-skinned Ellen Craft posed as a white woman traveling with her valet. The... More > bold ruse worked and the couple were able to elude slave hunters and eventually cross the Mason-Dixon line. After many trials and tribulations, including pretending to be a married interracial couple, they eventually settled outside Savannah, Georgia where they were able to purchase land. Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom is a fast-paced, suspenseful account of their incredible journey.< Less
Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom; or, the Escape of William and Ellen Craft from Slavery By William Craft & Ellen Craft
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William and Ellen Craft were slaves from Macon who gained celebrity after a daring public escape in December 1848. The light-skinned Ellen Craft posed as a white woman traveling with her valet. The... More > bold ruse worked and the couple were able to elude slave hunters and eventually cross the Mason-Dixon line. After many trials and tribulations, including pretending to be a married interracial couple, they eventually settled outside Savannah, Georgia where they were able to purchase land. Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom is a fast-paced, suspenseful account of their incredible journey.< Less
Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom By William Craft & Ellen Craft
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William and Ellen Craft were slaves from Macon who gained celebrity after a daring public escape in December 1848. The light-skinned Ellen Craft posed as a white woman traveling with her valet. The... More > bold ruse worked and the couple were able to elude slave hunters and eventually cross the Mason-Dixon line. After many trials and tribulations, including pretending to be a married interracial couple, they eventually settled outside Savannah, Georgia where they were able to purchase land. Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom is a fast-paced, suspenseful account of their incredible journey.< Less