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No Place Like Home: A Story about an All-Black, All-American Town
by Hannibal B. Johnson

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    List Price: $12.95
    Format: Paperback, 108 pages
    Classification: Fiction
    Target Age Group: Young Adult
    ISBN13: 9781681791388
    Imprint: Eakins Press Foundation
    Publisher: Eakins Press Foundation
    Parent Company: Eakins Press Foundation
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    Paperback Description:
    This story, set in 1920, revolves around Charles "Charlie" Jackson, a twelve-and-a-half-year-old from Boley, Oklahoma, one of America’s best-known all-Black towns. Today Boley, once a thriving black mecca, is smaller and more subdued. Still, signifi-cant historical footprints line her streets and alleys.


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