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From the Publisher"If the contours of Godshalk's narrative are familiar, his treatment is never facile. . . . Provides a complex and nuanced account of inter-class tension in the black community. . . . Noteworthy for its effort to factor themes of class and gender into a book so outwardly concerned with issues of race."
— Journal of Social History
"A timely publication. . . . A page-turner which must be applauded for its readability and thorough documentation. It should find a ready audience not only in academe but also among readers in the general public."
— Florida Historical Quarterly