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David S. ReynoldsFrost relies on a fair amount of guesswork to reconstruct the Blackburns’ lives. Words and phrases like “probably,” “must have been” and “it would seem that” pop up often. But I’ve Got a Home in Glory Land is as authentically historical as it could be, given the scanty evidence Frost is working with. The book can be enjoyed as a historical biography plausibly embellished for readability.
— The New York Times