"Karida L. Brown's Gone Home offers a much-needed corrective to the current white-washing of Appalachia. In telling the stories of Appalachian African Americans living and working in steel and coal towns, Brown offers a deep and sweeping look at race, the formation of identity, changes in politics and policy, and black migration in the region and beyond"--
Physical Description:1 online resource remote
Published:Chapel Hill :University of North Carolina Press,
Publisher:Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
The coming of the coal industry -- The great migration escape -- Home -- Children, and black children -- The colored school -- A change gone come -- Gone home.