Red, White and Black: The Way it Should Have Been

Author:   Vannoy Banks
Publisher:   AuthorHouse
ISBN:  

9781438965437


Pages:   244
Publication Date:   14 October 2009
Format:   Paperback
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Red, White and Black: The Way it Should Have Been


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A young Scottish man migrates to America to start a new life. He is hired to work on a plantation in North Carolina. The plantation owner is Squire Banks who received a land grant from King George. The time is before the American Revolution. Squire Banks has a large plantation with a number of support workers he calls servants. The other plantation owners call them 'slaves'. The Squire beleives that slavery is not in accordance with God's plan. He knows that education will aid his servents to live better lives. He not only provides education for his workers, he pays them so that they might save for a better life. The Squire strongly supports family life amoung his workers. A family provides stability and purpose. The Squire had married a Cherokee Chief's daughter and the Squires' family are very close to his children's blood relatives. The Young Scottsman marries the Squire's daughter. Squire Banks sees the attitude towards England's rule, changing rapidly. He also has received a land grant in a place called Kentucky. The Squire feels that slavery is wrong and will be a serious issue after the colonies have dealt with England. The Scotts man and his young family are sent to Kentucky to establish a settlement where, Red, White and Black can live as equals and have a peaceful coexistence. The settlement will be required to become invisible if it is to survive.

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Author:   Vannoy Banks
Publisher:   AuthorHouse
Imprint:   AuthorHouse
Dimensions:   Width: 22.90cm , Height: 1.40cm , Length: 15.20cm
Weight:   0.364kg
ISBN:  

9781438965437


ISBN 10:   1438965435
Pages:   244
Publication Date:   14 October 2009
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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