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Dwelling Place: A Plantation Epic by Erskine Clarke - Signed First Edition - 2002 - from Books About The South and

Dwelling Place: A Plantation Epic

by Erskine Clarke

Condition: Fine/Fine

New Haven Connecticut: Yale University Press, 2002. F/F/ 1st.ed., 1st prntng./Signed. Dwelling Place is the continuation of the history of the Charles Colcock Jones family, written about 30 years ago by Robert Manson Myers. Charles C. Jones was a prominent Presbyterian minister in Liberty County, and the owner of more than 100 slaves. In this remarkable book, the religious historian Erskine Clarke completes the story, offering a narrative history of four generations of the plantations' inhabitants, white and black. Book Condition is Fine; mustard paper over boards with brown lettering on spine. 601pp. First Edition, First printing, signed. Genealogical Charts, List of plantations, Notes, Index of Names, General Index. Book is clean with no wear, firm binding, with white pages. Signed by author on titile page : "To---- with best wishes" Dust Jacket Condition: matte jacket with no tears or nicks, price intact. Covered with a removable mylar dust jacket.. By Author on Title Page. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. History/ Southern/Georgia.


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