Ain't you got a right to the tree of life?: The people of Johns Island, South Carolina, their faces, their words, and their songs

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Simon and Schuster, 1969 - African Americans - 190 pages
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Ain't you got a right to the tree of life?: the people of Johns Island, South Carolina--their faces, their words, and their songs

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This volume brings up to date the story of blacks on a sea island begun in the first edition published over 20 years ago ( LJ 5/15/67). The author and his wife lived on Johns Island for two years ... Read full review

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CONTENTS
6
J BEEN IN THE STORM SO LONG
19
THE STORM IS PASSING OVER 53
81
TALKIN BOUT A GOOD TIME 113
135
AINT YOU GOT A RIGHT TO THE TREE OF LIFE?
157
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