Belle: A Reconstruction of the Reconstruction Era of the United States, 1865-1870

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Playwrights Canada Press, 2000 - Drama - 87 pages
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Florence Gibson's Belle is the story of two recently freed slaves, husband and wife, journeying to the north in search of a new life. When they encounter a white woman working for the suffrage movement, they become entwined in the social upheaval that epitomizes post Civil War America.

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Florence Gibson MacDonald has written extensively for the stage and for radio. Born in Montreal and raised in Cobourg, her M.D. in genetics and biochemistry took her to the Northwest Territories, Hong Kong, and East Africa before returning to Canada to practise and eventually write full-time. Gibson MacDonald's most notable work includes

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