Like Judgment Day: The Ruin and Redemption of a Town Called Rosewood

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1996 - History - 373 pages
D'Orso, a writer and reporter, tells the extraordinary story of the Rosewood massacre in 1923, during which the residents of the small village of Rosewood, near Florida's Gulf Coast were driven from their homes, many of them murdered. He traces the lives of the survivors, as they each made their way through the heart of this century, and chronicles the lives of both blacks and whites who were touched by this tragedy.

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The 1923 destruction of the town of Rosewood, Florida, is a shocking episode in the history of American race relations. In a week of terror that followed the alleged rape of a white woman, at least ... Read full review

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IF THAT AINT COUNTRY
34
SPECIAL MASTER
200
HANDS UNKNOWN
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