The Slave Remembers, An Oral HistoryBook - 1990
In the mid-thirities, the Federal Writer's Project, an adjunct of the W.P.A., dispatched interviewers to capture the personal memories of the last few thousand survivors of American slavery. In Bullwhip Days, they tell, in their own voices, of the harsh realities of human bondage. The vivid and powerful images are a vital part of America's history and offer sobering insight into the roots of racism in today's society.
Publisher: New York, NY : Avon Books, 1990, c1988
Branch Call Number: 326 B938
Characteristics: xviii, 460 p. : ill