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  • n. Plural form of Exoduster.

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  • There are also lesser-known stories, of black "" Exodusters '' who fled to Kansas from slavery in the South, and the romance on the range culled from the correspondence of sheep rancher John Love, who wooed a young schoolmarm for years until she finally agreed to be his wife.

    Taming The West ... Again

  • He was born in Topeka, a child of “the Exodusters”—thousands of former slaves his father, Alonzo, had helped lead from the violence and poverty of the post-Reconstruction South to the relative freedom of Kansas.

    Getting Open

  • PAINTER: My thesis, which became a book, my first book, called "Exodusters: Black Migration to Kansas After Reconstruction," published in January 1997 -- no, January 1977, yeah.

    Sojourner Truth: A Life, A Symbol

  • During the late 1870s, moreover, Nell Painter showed in The Exodusters, published in 1977, that the main thrust of black migration was westward to states like Kansas.

    Interpretations of American History

  • Think Mormons 'trekking to Utah from Nauvoo, Illinois; Puritan pilgrims making their way to New England, Exodusters heading west to flee white supremacy, etc.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • The St. Louis African American Community and the Exodusters by Bryan M. Jack

    Get Your Assets Out of the U. S. NOW

  • Exodusters: Black Migration to Kansas after Reconstruction.

    Getting Open

  • Think Mormons’ trekking to Utah from Nauvoo, Illinois; Puritan pilgrims making their way to New England, Exodusters heading west to flee white supremacy, etc.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Why do Libertarians Like Federalism?

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