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by Theodore Rosengarten

  • ISBN: 0736613188
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  • Author: Theodore Rosengarten
  • Publisher: Books on Tape, Inc. (May 1, 1988)
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God knows I aint tellin no part of a lie, he said it. But used to in them days, I think a heap of this old back yonder stuff was lies, a heap of it.

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Theodore Rosengarten is an American historian. Along with All God's Dangers, which won a National Book Award for contemporary affairs, Theodore has authored Tombee: Portrait of a Cotton Planter. He is a professor of history at the College of Charleston and currently resides in South Carolina.

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All God's Dangers: The Life of Nate Shaw, Knopf, 1974 . Grass Roots: African Origins of an American Art, Authors Dale Rosengarten, Theodore Rosengarten, Enid Schildkrout, Judith Ann Carney, Museum for African Art, 2008, ISBN 978-45802-50-1.

All God's Dangers: The Life of Nate Shaw, Knopf, 1974, ISBN 978-0-394-49084-7. International Who's Who of Authors and Writers 2004 (Psychology Press, 2003: ISBN 1-85743-179-0), p. 479. ^ "National Book Awards – 1975". Nate Shaw's father was born under slavery. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Nate Shaw was born into a bondage that was only a little gentler. At the age of nine, he was picking cotton for thirty-five cents an hour. At the age of forty-seven, he faced down a crowd of white deputies who had come to confiscate a neighbor's crop. His defiance cost him twelve years in prison. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

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Part One Of Two Parts

"I've had my eyes open and my ears. What I've seen I've seen, and what I've heard I've heard. God knows I won't jump back from tellin' what I know."

Meet Nate Shaw, a cotton farmer, born in Alabama in 1885. Although his parents were slaves, Shaw felt free. He felt equal to anyone, and listening to his amazing life, there is no doubt of his intelligence and originality. Imagine his frustrations, wrapped in a black skin in conservative rural Alabama. For a gifted black, time must have stood still.

"Theodore Rosengarten found a black Homer, able to tell his odyssey with awesome intellectual power, with passion, with an almost frightening power of memory. We have a black Faulkner...Nate Shaw strides directly off the page and into our consciousness, a living presence...speaking history." (The New York Times)