Proud shoes: the story of an American family

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Harper, 1956 - Biography & Autobiography - 276 pages
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Originally published in 1956, Pauli Murray tells the story of her grandparents, delving into the realities of slavery, survival, and miscegenation in the pre-Civil War/Reconstruction era in the South.

"A significant contribution to our understanding of the black experience in America. . . . Fascinating."
Publishers Weekly

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Murray describes a mixed heritage of her past that combined the much segregated white and black races. Through recounting her relative's experience through historical times, it is clear that her pride ... Read full review

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Murray describes a mixed heritage of her past that combined the much segregated white and black races. Through recounting her relative's experience through historical times, it is clear that her pride ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
24
Section 3
33
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