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James Milton Turner and the Promise of America: Public Life of a Post-civil War Black Leader - Missouri biography series (Hardback)
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James Milton Turner and the Promise of America: Public Life of a Post-civil War Black Leader - Missouri biography series (Hardback)

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Hardback 272 Pages / Published: 30/06/1991
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Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 9780826207807
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 635 g
Dimensions: 235 x 165 x 26 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

"Kremer has managed to produce an insightful and provocative account of a post-Civil War black leader who, despite the political influence he wielded during the nation's most controversial period, never fully benefited from the promise of equality."--Journal of American History


"Kremer was diligent and discerning in his research, and his story is a credible one nicely crafted."--St. Louis Post-Dispatch


"Despite the fact that James Milton Turner left no personal papers, Kremer does a credible job in describing the public life of this significant leader in post-Civil War Missouri, and in doing so adds to the growing literature on African American political leadership in the late 19th century." --Choice


"Kremer was diligent and discerning in his research, and his story is a credible one nicely crafted."--St. Louis Post-Dispatch


"Despite the fact that James Milton Turner left no personal papers, Kremer does a credible job in describing the public life of this significant leader in post-Civil War Missouri, and in doing so adds to the growing literature on African American political leadership in the late 19th century." --Choice


"Kremer has managed to produce an insightful and provocative account of a post-Civil War black leader who, despite the political influence he wielded during the nation's most controversial period, never fully benefited from the promise of equality."--"Journal of American History""Kremer was diligent and discerning in his research, and his story is a credible one nicely crafted."--"St. Louis Post-Dispatch"

"Despite the fact that James Milton Turner left no personal papers, Kremer does a credible job in describing the public life of this significant leader in post-Civil War Missouri, and in doing so adds to the growing literature on African American political leadership in the late 19th century." --"Choice"


"Kremer has managed to produce an insightful and provocative account of a post-Civil War black leader who, despite the political influence he wielded during the nation's most controversial period, never fully benefited from the promise of equality."--"Journal of American History""Kremer was diligent and discerning in his research, and his story is a credible one nicely crafted."--"St. Louis Post-Dispatch"

"Despite the fact that James Milton Turner left no personal papers, Kremer does a credible job in describing the public life of this significant leader in post-Civil War Missouri, and in doing so adds to the growing literature on African American political leadership in the late 19th century." --"Choice"


"Kremer has managed to produce an insightful and provocative account of a post-Civil War black leader who, despite the political influence he wielded during the nation's most controversial period, never fully benefited from the promise of equality."--Journal of American History

"Kremer was diligent and discerning in his research, and his story is a credible one nicely crafted."--St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Despite the fact that James Milton Turner left no personal papers, Kremer does a credible job in describing the public life of this significant leader in post-Civil War Missouri, and in doing so adds to the growing literature on African American political leadership in the late 19th century." --Choice


"Kremer was diligent and discerning in his research, and his story is a credible one nicely crafted."--St. Louis Post-Dispatch


"Despite the fact that James Milton Turner left no personal papers, Kremer does a credible job in describing the public life of this significant leader in post-Civil War Missouri, and in doing so adds to the growing literature on African American political leadership in the late 19th century." --Choice


"Kremer has managed to produce an insightful and provocative account of a post-Civil War black leader who, despite the political influence he wielded during the nation's most controversial period, never fully benefited from the promise of equality."--Journal of American History
"Kremer was diligent and discerning in his research, and his story is a credible one nicely crafted."--St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"Despite the fact that James Milton Turner left no personal papers, Kremer does a credible job in describing the public life of this significant leader in post-Civil War Missouri, and in doing so adds to the growing literature on African American political leadership in the late 19th century."--Choice

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