Hardcover è Freedom's Altar PDF Þ

Hardcover è Freedom's Altar PDF Þ


Freedom's Altar ❴Read❵ ➲ Freedom's Altar Author Charles F. Price – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Civil War has left the Curtis family with a dead daughter, two dead sons, vengeful neighbors, and a once grand home now broken down Just as debilitating is Judge Madison Curtis s guilt over his ac The Civil War has left the Curtis family with a dead daughter, two dead sons, vengeful neighbors, and a once grand home now broken down Just as debilitating is Judge Madison Curtis s guilt over his actions in wartime, when he sacrificed another family to save his ownThe most immediate reminder of the judge s past sins is a man he once held in bondage, who has returned to the mountains of western North Carolina after serving the Union army In slavery, the Curtises knew him as Black Gamaliel, but he now insists on being known by his proper name Daniel McFee They achieve an uneasy peace as Daniel proposes a sharecropping arrangement and begins a new life in freedomBut the judge perceives that the opportunity for true racial reconciliation after the war is being squandered Militating against it is an antihero who would elevate the blacks by crushing the landed whites a demagogue by day and a killer by nightThis novel examines those sacrificed on freedom s altar, from former Confederate soldiers to former slaves, all of whom struggle against bitterness to discover their better selves at an hour of need.

    Hardcover è Freedom's Altar PDF Þ as Black Gamaliel, but he now insists on being known by his proper name Daniel McFee They achieve an uneasy peace as Daniel proposes a sharecropping arrangement and begins a new life in freedomBut the judge perceives that the opportunity for true racial reconciliation after the war is being squandered Militating against it is an antihero who would elevate the blacks by crushing the landed whites a demagogue by day and a killer by nightThis novel examines those sacrificed on freedom s altar, from former Confederate soldiers to former slaves, all of whom struggle against bitterness to discover their better selves at an hour of need."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 291 pages
  • Freedom's Altar
  • Charles F. Price
  • English
  • 03 April 2018
  • 0895871777

About the Author: Charles F. Price

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10 thoughts on “Freedom's Altar

  1. Catherine Lowe Catherine Lowe says:

    The second of book of the series did not disappoint The book continues to follow the Madison Curtis family as the relationships among Rebels and Unionists and ex slaves seek a new reality in post Civil War western North Carolina The story and characters illustrate the timeless truth that freedom and relationships are costly.

  2. Mimi Wolske Mimi Wolske says:

    FREEDOM S ALTAR are the words created for the title of a book by Charles W Price FREEDOM S ALTAR takes the reader back to the hills of North Carolina to the Reconstruction period of the Civil War.I learnedabout this Reconstruction period than I did in school and it seemed to be personal or with biographical parts.

  3. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    Did not think I d like this book, but I loved it Good story, well written.

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10 thoughts on “Freedom's Altar

  1. Catherine Lowe Catherine Lowe says:

    The second of book of the series did not disappoint The book continues to follow the Madison Curtis family as the relationships among Rebels and Unionists and ex slaves seek a new reality in post Civil War western North Carolina The story and characters illustrate the timeless truth that freedom and relationships are costly.

  2. Mimi Wolske Mimi Wolske says:

    FREEDOM S ALTAR are the words created for the title of a book by Charles W Price FREEDOM S ALTAR takes the reader back to the hills of North Carolina to the Reconstruction period of the Civil War.I learnedabout this Reconstruction period than I did in school and it seemed to be personal or with biographical parts.

  3. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    Did not think I d like this book, but I loved it Good story, well written.

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