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Book Review| April 01 2021
Soul Liberty: The Evolution of Black Religious Politics in Postemancipation Virginia
Soul Liberty: The Evolution of Black Religious Politics in Postemancipation Virginia, Nicole Myers Turner, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2020; 232 pp.
Alicia K. Jackson
Alicia K. Jackson
Alicia K. Jackson is Associate Professor of History at Covenant College (GA) and author of the forthcoming book The Recovered Life of Isaac Anderson (University Press of Mississippi, 2021). This project uncovers and restores the narrative of a formerly enslaved leader who was both a politician in Georgia’s state legislature and a founding minister in the Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) Church in the late nineteenth century.
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Journal of Appalachian Studies (2021) 27 (1): 116–117.
Alicia K. Jackson; Soul Liberty: The Evolution of Black Religious Politics in Postemancipation Virginia. Journal of Appalachian Studies 1 April 2021; 27 (1): 116–117. doi: https://doi.org/10.5406/jappastud.27.1.0116
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