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Fate & Freedom: Book I : The Middle Passage

K I Knight

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ISBN 10: 0990836509 / ISBN 13: 9780990836506
Published by First Freedom Publishing LLC, 2014
Condition: Good Hardcover
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Title: Fate & Freedom: Book I : The Middle Passage

Publisher: First Freedom Publishing LLC

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st.

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Torn from their homeland in Africa by brutal slave traders Margaret and John are shipped four thousand miles away to the silver mines of Mexico. Unexpectedly, the slaver is pirated at sea and the Calvinist Reverend turned Privateer, Captain Jope, takes Margaret and John to the shores of Virginia instead. Based on exhaustive genealogical and historical research, this epic novel traces the fate of the passengers on what has since become known as the "Black Mayflower." Margaret and John brave disease, Indian attacks, and political intrigue in England and America, as they are among the first Africans to settle in Virginia, long before slavery became institutionalized there. Set against the backdrop of warfare between Spain and England and the power struggles within the Virginia Company in London and Jamestown, Margaret and John's journey to freedom is a powerful saga of courage and survival at the dawn of America's history.


Fantastic!!! Calvin Pearson, Founder of Project 1619 Those who love and study history long to have it made real to them in a meaningful way. This book brings that reality to the reader with characters that are believable and vital. You care about these people, perhaps because they are based in truth, and due to K.I. Knight's vast research into the politics and people that pioneered this continent. The storylines intertwine in a powerful and heart-touching way, becoming part of the foundation for this great nation, our heritage. Dori Emerson Lloyd, Genealogist

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