Delta Time: A Journey Through Mississippi

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Pantheon Books, 1990 - Business & Economics - 245 pages
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Delta Time documents, in the words of Tony Dunbar, "the last armistice of the Civil War . . . the story of people who care enough about the land to refuse to leave it and who, now constrained by law and grace from killing each other off to possess it, can forge community in America". 30 black-and-white photographs.

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In 1968 the author went to the Delta region of Mississippi, working on a report of regional social conditions, ultimately published as Our Land Too ( LJ 4/1/71). Twenty years later he came back to see ... Read full review

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DELTA RISING
3
OLD RHYTHMS
12
DO DAH
25
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