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Refuge from the deluge : on being railroaded

Author: Larry Hamilton; Christina DeLaet
Publisher: Piqua, OH : Omavi & Asali Pub., ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English
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"Lucy's youngest son, Dee Ross, struggles in a new century with things his slave ancestors were never up against and yet-- some things never change. From Dee's unacknowledged heroic rescue during Loveland's horrific flood of 1913 to sweating in the Bradford rail yards in a 'sundown town' and meeting other slave descendants, the Randolph freedmen, in the Rossville settlement of Piqua. Dee must lay down new track on a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
History
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Larry Hamilton; Christina DeLaet
ISBN: 9780982472163 0982472161
OCLC Number: 826774590
Notes: "Book III of Lucy's story"--Cover.
Description: 112 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: [authored by, Larry Hamilton ; written by, Christina DeLaet]

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"Lucy's youngest son, Dee Ross, struggles in a new century with things his slave ancestors were never up against and yet-- some things never change. From Dee's unacknowledged heroic rescue during Loveland's horrific flood of 1913 to sweating in the Bradford rail yards in a 'sundown town' and meeting other slave descendants, the Randolph freedmen, in the Rossville settlement of Piqua. Dee must lay down new track on a line of his own but can he defeat the ever present 'double-consciousness and unreconciled strivings' within himself, in a twentieth century world?"--P.[4] of cover.

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