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This book is a work of fiction. Based loosely on historical events and people, it is in no way meant to be historically accurate. It is intended to be an exploration of the concept of “field slaves” and “house slaves” first articulated in the speech “Message to the Grass Roots” by Malcolm X in Detroit, Michigan on November 10, 1963. The leading characters of the story are twin boys; Jim and Tyler Lewis are slaves in the antebellum South who are raised in the household of the military hero Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson after their mother dies in childbirth. Jim Lewis was a real man; he was a loyal servant to General Jackson and other Confederate officers after Stonewall Jackson’s death. Jim served with distinction, valor, and with so much dignity and intelligence, he was treasured as an adviser by the great general. Tyler is a fictional character. , Size; 10" x 8", 58 pages
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