A story of former slaves searching for their own promised land after the civil war fleeing the south and trying to reach kansas many became stranded in st louis jack tells how the citys african american community provided food shelter and funds to help the exodusters complete their journey provided by publisher. In honor of black history month were pleased to share a guest blog post by bryan jack author of the st louis african american community and the exodusters which was released this month in paperbackin this post jack introduces us to the story of jacob stevens an exoduster who traveled to st louis to escape the post reconstruction racial violence in the south. Note 5 retrouvez the st louis african american community and the exodusters et des millions de livres en stock sur amazonfr achetez neuf ou doccasion. The st louis african american community and the exodusters tells of former slaves such as george rogers and jacob stevens who fled violence and intimidation in louisiana and mississippi it. The st louis african american community understood that if the exodusters right to freedom of movement was limited so would be the rights of all african americans he also discusses divisions within that community and among its leaders regarding the nature of aid and even whether it should be provided
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