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Crusade Against Slavery (8110) Friends, Foes, And Reforms, 1820-1860


BY LOUIS FILLER SECONDHAND COPY, good condition paperback that probably looked a bit messy even when new. Sounds like an interesting tome, but I think the author comes at the issues from a very Conservative angle that may lead to greater insight but isn't what folks or at least Quakers often get to read, and I am afraid I haven't read it myself.


Reference Publications 1986 389 PP. Paper $5.00 USED - availability checked Jan 4th 3:40am EST Buy


BY EISA NEFFATARI ULEN No quaker content, but West Philly is certainly becoming QuakerLand! With her well-employed fiance and a comfortable life in New York City, Crystelle has a life most young professionals would envy. She has come a long way from the rough Philadelphia neighborhood where she grew up. But she hasn't left the past behind her. A ghost from her West Philly days continues to haunt her -- the spirit of her high school sweetheart Jimmie, who she watched get gunned down one unforgettable night years ago. Emotionally distraught from her unsettling memories and the suspicion she may be pregnant, Crystelle goes back to her old neighborhood to reconnect with friends and family.


Washington Sq Press 2007 207 PP. Paper $5.00 (in stock) Buy


The Dancer


BY NOLA TURKINGTON Bau knows as many dances as there are seeds in a calabash rattle but she does not know the magic rainbull dance - only the rainmaiden knows that. Then drought seizes the land, a drought so terrible that Bau's grandmother sends her to the Tsodilo Hills in search of the reain maiden, for now Bau must dance as she has never deanced before, to bring rain to the Kalahari people.


Crystelle Mourning


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