Peculiar Imbalance: The Fall and Rise of Racial Equality in Minnesota, 1837–1869
A Peculiar Imbalance is the little-known history of the black experience in Minnesota in the mid-1800s, a time of dramatic change in the region. Here William D. Green examines the many racial disparities and injustices that emerged as Minnesota was transformed from a wilderness territory to a state, and the concepts of race and ethnicity grew both grew more rigid and more arbitrary.
By: William D. Green
Format: Paper, 232 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press