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Black Prisoners and Their World : Alabama, 1865-1900 Paperback – October 29, 2000


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As a study of African-American convict life in the New South, Mary Ellen Curtin's work has no equals. She gives voice to the dispossessed without romanticization, and much of the book is simply brilliant.

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Mary Ellen Curtin teaches history at the University of Essex, England.

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