"Seeds in the Wind"
by Ms. Ora Mae Lewis
Saga of planters from five West African nations, linguist
Christians, who settle in Louisiana from 1565 to 1865. These black immigrants create
plantations and adapt to "bond labor" to Slavic "forced
labor" (from which the word slave originates).
Tanya, an educator, says she is not a white
American. At a conference, people who hear her think she is a French octoroon
until she proves that none of her ancestors are European -- both her parents are West
African descendents of early settlers and inherit full black skin.
Two men commit to assist Tanya's research. Paul, a doctoral
student, falls in love with her, but she loves the full black minister, Caldwell, a
conference speaker. Caldwell, however, is in love with another woman...
The cost of the book is $39.95.
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