Another in Rutledge's mellow Carolinian portraits -- this concentrates on the Negro workers on his plantation, is a...

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GOD'S CHILDREN

Another in Rutledge's mellow Carolinian portraits -- this concentrates on the Negro workers on his plantation, is a combination of individual stories, incidents, local lore and Carolina land. Here in sympathy, understanding, appreciation are the Negroes at Hampton, as Rutledge has known them his life long, as he learned to value their friendship and character from his slave-owning father. A companion volume to Home By The River, which was the story of Hampton Plantation, this is also illustrated with photographs

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ISBN: 1596296429

Page Count: -

Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947