The Abolitionist's Journal
Author James Richardson shared his family’s abolitionist story, starting with the journal of a relative who served as Chaplain to a Black Union regiment in the Civil War. Beer’s Books in Sacramento, California, hosted this event.
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Ginger Rutland President IWP Book Publishers
Andrew Naify Manager Beers Books
James Richardson Author
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