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"Elizabeth McLagan's A Peculiar Paradise: a History of Blacks in Oregon, 1788-1940 remains the most comprehensive chronology of Black life in Oregon more than forty years after its original publication. The book has long been a resource for those seeking information on the legal and social barriers faced by people of African descent in Oregon. McLagan's work reveals how, in spite of those barriers, Black individuals and families made Oregon their...
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