by Haley, Alex
- fine; clean, tight, & attractive./very good; light rubbing to dj edges; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.
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Tracing his ancestry through six generations - slaves and freedmen, farmers and blacksmiths, lawyers and architects - back to Africa, Alex Haley discovered a sixteen-year-old youth, Kunta Kinte. It was this young man, who had been torn from his homeland and in torment and anguish brought to the slave markets of the New World, who held the key to Haley's deep and distant past. Originally published: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1976.
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- Rosebud Books (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Haley, Alex
- Book condition
- Used - fine; clean, tight, & attractive.
- Jacket condition
- very good; light rubbing to dj edges; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.
- Quantity available
- First Edition
- Place of Publication
- Garden City
- Date published
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