The silent South.
|Location||Call Number||Status||Consortium Loan|
|HV6016 .P37 no.57 no.57||DUE 10-27-2017|
Mercer Library/STC stacks
|E185.61 .C195 1969||Available||Request|
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|E185.61 .C195 1969|
Prison and asylum reform.
African Americans -- Southern States.
Prisons -- United States.
United States -- Race relations.
xxxii, 271 p. port. 20 cm.
"Together with The freedman's case in equity, The convict lease system, the appendix to the 1889 edition, and eight uncollected essays on prison and asylum reform ... With an introductory essay: George W. Cable as social reformer, and Selected bibliography [p. xxx-xxxii] by Arlin Turner."
Bound with the author's Prison and asylum reform.
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