The Lakestown Rebellion



Originally Founded By Runaway Slaves, Lakestown, New Jersey, Is A Black Community Populated By People From A Variety Of Classes And Creeds When Plans For A New Highway Are Routed Past A Nearby Wealthy White Suburb But Threaten The Heart Of Lakestown, Its Citizens Are Inspired By Their Under Ground Railroad Heritage And Devise A Series Of Hilarious Plans To Thwart The Construction And To Preserve Their Town And Way Of Life Unavailable For 30 Years, This Reprint Is Relevant Now Than Ever.Kristin Lattany Has Written Nine Novels, Including The Highly Acclaimed Children S Book The Soul Brothers And Sister Lou A Teacher Of English At The University Of Pennsylvania For 23 Years, She Lives In New Jersey.The Lakestown Rebellion

Kristin Elaine Hunter September 12, 1931 November 14, 2008 was an African American writer from Pennsylvania She sometimes wrote under the name Kristin Hunter Lattany.Hunter was born Kristin Eggleston in Philadelphia, attended the University of Pennsylvania and wrote for the Pittsburgh Courier, a black newspaper, until 1952 Her first novel, God Bless the Child, was published in 1964 like mos

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  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • The Lakestown Rebellion
  • Kristin Hunter Lattany
  • English
  • 10 March 2018
  • 9781566891257

10 thoughts on “The Lakestown Rebellion

  1. says:

    The story of a free black town in New Jersey where generation of blacks who migrated north found a safe place to settle in the north But what will the residents do when progressive city planners decide to wipe out the town to make way for a new ...

  2. says:

    One of my new top fives The book speaks of a time I didn t grow up in, but by reading this book felt I was placed in the time period.I am sure many will read this and find it a little less than PC, but, like most novels, you must take with a little grain of salt There is humor, sadness, life ...

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