Land of Hope

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  • Paperback
  • 398 pages
  • Land of Hope
  • James R. Grossman
  • English
  • 24 June 2018
  • 0226309959

About the Author: James R. Grossman

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Land of Hope Grossman S Rich, Detailed Analysis Of Black Migration To Chicago During World War I And Its Aftermath Brilliantly Captures The Cultural Meaning Of The Movement

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10 thoughts on “Land of Hope

  1. Nick says:

    Very detailed account of the Great Migration and its relationship with the city of Chicago Can drag at points as there are a ton of quotes that the author uses to back up his point but a very informative read.

  2. Adila says:

    I liked how the book integrated different points of views during the migration and used vivid detail

  3. Jim Swike says:

    Great read about the Great Migration, great for history student or fan.

  4. Sam Newton says:

    Very dry reading of the great migration Not much of a narrative and a strong focus on Chicago.