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A Mulatto Slave, The Events in the Life of Peter Hunt, 1844-1915 By Denise I. Griggs
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This story is an introduction to young teens about families during slavery in America. It is written in the style of the Writer's Federal Project (WPA) of the 1930's, when African American former... More > slaves were interviewed. Peter Hunt was Mulatto, born of a slave owner and his slave, named America. Ironically, they were enslaved on a plantation in a town named Liberty. Peter Hunt's life is examined from oral family history, and historical documents of the political, cultural, and economic times during slavery in American history. After their Emancipation by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863, Peter Hunt enlisted in the newly formed United States Colored Troops (USCT), for the Union Army during the Civil War. This story of Peter Hunt is a "must read" for teens, so that they may understand that life isn't always what it appears to be.< Less
A Mulatto Slave: The Events in the Life of Peter Hunt 1844 -1915 By Denise I. Griggs
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This story is an introduction to young teens about families during slavery in America. It is written in the style of the Writer's Federal Project (WPA) of the 1930's, when African American former... More > slaves were interviewed. Peter Hunt was Mulatto, born of a slave owner and his slave, named America. Ironically, they were enslaved on a plantation in a town named Liberty. Peter Hunt's life is examined from oral family history, and historical documents of the political, cultural, and economic times during slavery in American history. After their Emancipation by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863, Peter Hunt enlisted in the newly formed United States Colored Troops (USCT), for the Union Army during the Civil War. This story of Peter Hunt is a "must read" for teens, so that they may understand that life isn't always what it appears to be.< Less
Incidents In The Life of a Slave Girl: The Tragic Mulatto Example book By Lamont Tanksley Sr.
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The Tragic Mulatto is the first book of the Incidents In The Life of a Slave Girl trilogy featuring Linda Jacobs. Linda is a mulatto slave born to loving parents. She spends her early years in a... More > happy home with her family, who are relatively well-off slaves. When her mother dies, six-year-old Linda is sent to live with her mother’s mistress who treats her well and teaches her to read. After a few years, this mistress dies and bequeaths Linda to a relative. Her new masters are cruel and neglectful. Infactuated by her fair skin and enduring black features, Dr. Flint, the father, pressures teenaged Linda to have a sexual relationship with him. Her jealous mistress wishes to see her dead after assuming Linda is pregnant with her husband's child and a physical fight where she is bested by Linda. Linda blossoms into womanhood, acts on her lesbian sexuality, refuses her master's advances, and overcomes a number of dangers to protect her mulatto children fathered by a white neighbor.< Less
Lord of the Rafters By Kevin Prochaska
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Langston “Bitsy” Pittman is born a Mulatto, undersized and glaringly biracial. When he is five years old, Bitsy’s black mother enrolls him in the Second Street Christian School, the... More > only student there of African descent. His white father abandons the family shortly afterwards, and Bitsy’s mother dies of a massive heart attack a few years later. The boy turns bitter, blaming his mother’s death on a God who could have saved her but failed to do so. Bitsy renounces his faith, quits school, and eventually turns to a life of crime. One night, many years later, Bitsy sets out to burglarize a liquor store but discovers that the police have staked it out. Furious, he stumbles upon his former school and breaks in. In a bizarre twist of circumstances, he finds himself trapped inside the building as the new day dawns. Bitsy is forced to flee to the attic, and through vents in the floor, watches as the school day unfolds in the classrooms below.< Less
Start by calling ME "YAH" By crystal lynn henderson
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this book here is more about Moses's hand turning white and back black again, the blackness of the Holy Spirit, why heaven has a headache, and the correct name of our SAVING KING, YAH.
A Clowder Of Cats By Warren Freeman
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Eighty year old millionaire Ben Zee has been given a week to live but someone kills him the very night he gets the news. Suspicion falls on his two mulatto grandchildren. The case winds this way and... More > that to the consternation and gut wrenching enlightenment of Philadelphia Homicide Detective Terry Reudel.< Less
A Clowder Of Cats By Warren Freeman
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Eighty year old millionaire Ben Zee has been given a week to live but someone kills him the very night he gets the news. Suspicion falls on his two mulatto grandchildren. The case winds this way and... More > that to the consternation and gut wrenching enlightenment of Philadelphia Homicide Detective Terry Reudel.< Less
MALCOLM X PROPHET OF OUR TIME RELEVANT SPEECHES OF TODAY By FAHEEM JUDAH-EL
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Malcolm X was born Malcolm Little on May 19, 1925, in Omaha, Nebraska, the son of Louise and Earl Little. Louise Little was a mulatto Moor born in Grenada in the British West Indies and Earl Little,... More > a six-foot, very dark skinned Moor from Reynolds, Georgia, a Baptist minister and organizer for the prophet Marcus Garvey, who called for all Moors (So-called African-Americans) to go back to the land of their ancestors, which was Africa. This is the story and speeches of Malcolm X.< Less
Early Lands of the Rogers Family in the Foxtown Area (Millington Society) of East Haddam, Connecticut By James A. Rogers
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This is a 75 page monograph describing the East Haddam land ownerships and family history of some descendants of Adam Rogers, the mulatto, of New London, Connecticut. For those not related to this... More > family, it provides insight into historical factors that affected other residents of the area. The period covered is from 1741-1833. Includes 3 1/2 page Index, graphical illustrations of ownerships, and maps. (Shipping cost may be minimized by choosing "USPS Media Mail" when you choose the delivery method, although it may take longer to reach you.)< Less
The Curse of Glenn Hall: A Man and a Brother (Book Two) By Michael St. John
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Two half-brothers start life as friends, but become enemies as a result of the social forces at the foundation of their society. Lewis is the white plantation owner, made wealthy by the system of... More > sugar and slavery that enriches the island colony. Edward is his mulatto half-brother, a slave who refuses to accept his fate and his imposed inferiority. Set against the tense backdrop of Jamaica at the height of the slave and sugar trade, will the Glenn family escape the Maroon curse which hangs over their house? 'A Man and a Brother' is the second installment of ‘The Curse of Glenn Hall’ saga. The first part is ‘War and Piracy' which is available on Lulu, Amazon and more eBook distributors.< Less