january 1886

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  • The Free Negroes of North Carolina

    “The war ended, a radically new era began. Life and thought, with a sharp wrench, assumed new lines. The social kaleidoscope, shaken by the rude hand of war, shivered, and was recast into strangely new forms.”

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