A superb account of one man's 50-year fight for human rights and freedom in America. Recommended for those interested in the U.S. Middle Period, Civil War, African American history, and all readers.--Library Journal
, starred review
D. H. Dilbeck does a very fine job assessing and then discussing the importance of the black prophetic voice to this reformer and Christian activist.--Spirituality & Practice
Dilbeck has produced a religious biography that sheds light on the sacred sources of a well-known public career.--Choice
About the Author
D. H. Dilbeck is a historian living in New Haven, Connecticut, and author of A More Civil War.