Blood at the Root, A Racial Cleansing in America by Patrick Phillips, Hardcover.
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This history book, the National Book Award finalist Patrick Phillips tells Forsyth's tragic story in vivid detail and traces its long history of racial violence all the way back to antebellum Georgia.
Phillips’s “Blood at the Root” is a sweeping American tale that spans the Cherokee removals of the 1830s, the hope and promise of Reconstruction, and the crushing injustice of Forsyth's racial cleansing.
With bold storytelling and lyrical prose, Phillips breaks a century-long silence and uncovers a history of racial terrorism that continues to shape America in the twenty-first century.
The large print, picture, and hardcover give the reader an experience to read this non-fiction history book.
Blood at the Root comes in a hardcover format, giving the book durability to stand for many years.
This history book is saddle-stitched, glued, and staples give the inside centerfold a grip to hold the pages.
Perfect Bound with a thick and rigid cardboard cover keeps this mid-century history book pages glued together.