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Blazing Crosses in Zion  The Ku Klux Klan in Utah, Gerlach, Larry R.
1 Blazing Crosses in Zion The Ku Klux Klan in Utah

Gerlach, Larry R.Very Good, Utah State Univ Press, 1982, Logan, UT

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Book is in great shape, very little cover and edge wear. Tight pages with no noticed markings. ; Primarily an examination of the Klan in the 1920's, the book also treats the resurgent contemporary Klan of the seventies and eighties.

; 6" x 9"; 248 pages, 

54164

Price: 14.00 USD 12.60 USD 
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Am I Not A Man? The Dred Scott Story, Shurtleff, Mark L.
2 Am I Not A Man? The Dred Scott Story

Shurtleff, Mark L.New in New Dust Jacket, Valor Publishing Group, 2009, 

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Brand new hardcover book! - Utah Attorney General Mark L. Shurtleff - ; An illiterate slave, Dred Scott trusted in an all-white, slave-owning jury to declare him free. But after briefly experiencing the glory of freedom and manhood, a new state Supreme Court ordered the cold steel of the shackles to be closed again around his wrists and ankles. Falling to his knees, Dred cried, "Ain't I a man?" Dred answered his own question by rising and taking his fight to the U. S. Supreme Court.

Dred ultimately lost his epic battle when the Chief Justice declared that a black man was so inferior that he had "no rights a white man was bound to respect."

Dred died not knowing that his undying courage led directly to the election of President Abraham Lincoln and the emancipation proclamation.

Dred Scott's inspiring and compelling true story of adventure, courage, love, hatred, and friendship parallels the history of this nation from the long night of slavery to the narrow crack in the door that would ultimately lead to freedom and equality for all men. ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 513 pages, 

46156

Price: 24.95 USD 22.46 USD 
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