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Closer to Freedom


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Stephanie M. H. Camp is associate professor of history at the University of Washington, Seattle.


This is one of my all-time favourite books. It's a history of enslaved women's efforts to escape some of the harsher and more violent moments of their enslavement. It traces enslaved women's lives in the deep South from the antebellum period through the Civil War. Stephanie Camp looks at the different ways they resisted violence and dehumanization. They resisted physically by escaping." - Five Books

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