A Peculiar People; Slave Religion and Community-Culture Among the Gullahs.
New York: New York University Press, 1988. 8vo. 417 pp. Spine of book rolled slightly, moderate soil to top edge of pages. Some rubbing and light soil to jacket, light wear to jacket edges, 1/2 inch closed tear to jacket at lower edge of front cover. Imaginative and suggestive treatment of slave religion and social cohesion examining the components that provided the Sea Island slave population with their cultural autonomy and sense of consciousness. Near Fine in Very Good dj Cloth (Item ID: 39430)