A Novel of the Reverse Underground RailroadBook - 2014
"The year 1816 in Delaware and surrounding states was known as "the year without a summer" due to debris from the eruption of Mt. Tambora that tainted most of the Northern hemisphere with chill and darkness. This time of chill and darkness provides the setting for this ambitious tale of people divided by the institution of slavery, ignorance, greed and social isolation and the triumph of a few people of character over impossible odds."--Back cover.
Publisher: Marion, Michigan: Parkhurst Brothers Publishers, ©2014
Branch Call Number: MAXSON
Characteristics: 319 pages: illustrations; 23 cm