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