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Lift up thy voice : the Grimké family's journey from slaveholders to civil rights leaders / Mark Perry.

Perry, Mark, 1950- (Author).
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  • 11 of 12 copies available at SC LENDS.

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AHJ - Allendale Branch 973.5 PER (Text) 30365100108001 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
AHJ - Jasper Branch 973.5 PER (Text) 30365100158964 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Beaufort - Beaufort Branch B GRIMKE (Text) 0530001697933 Adult NonFiction Available -
Beaufort - Beaufort District Collection B GRIMKE (Text) 0530002160584 Beaufort District Collection - Reference Available -
Beaufort - Bluffton Branch B GRIMKE (Text) 0530001888094 Adult Biography Available -
Beaufort - Hilton Head Branch B GRIMKE (Text) 0530001698014 Adult Biography Available -
Colleton - Main Library SO. CAR. R 973.5 Perry, Mark (Text) 3010185824 Adult SC Reference Available -
Fairfield - Main Library 920 Per (Text) 33116001811459 South Carolina Collection Available -
South Carolina State Library 923.673 PERR (Text) 0010102903159 SC Collection Available -
South Carolina State Library 923.673 PERR (Text) 0010102903167 SC Collection Available -
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  • ISBN: 0670030112 (hc)
  • ISBN: 9780670030118
  • Physical Description: xxiii, 406 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Viking, 2001.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 381-393) and index.
Summary, etc.: The story of the Grimké family, starting with abolitionists and women's rights advocates Angelina and Sarah Grimké who gave up their position in Charleston society to work for what they believed in. The Grimké's brother had two sons with one of his slaves, Archibld and Francis Grimké. The two went on to become leaders in the newly formed NAACP. Archibald's daughter, Angelina Ward Grimké, was a poet and playwright during the Harlem Renaissance.
Subject: Grimké family.
Racially mixed people > United States > Biography.
Abolitionists > United States > Biography.
Social reformers > United States > Biography.
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