Good Lil' Boys and Girls from Down Home in Georgia
By Sharon Hunt
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The Good LiL Boys and Girls from Down Home in Georgia Book is compiled of the ex-slaves explanations of their lives as children on the plantations during the times of slavery in Georgia from 1750-1865. In the authors opinion, the ex-slaves stories can be compared to some of the stories in the Bible. All of the slaves called the plantation owners Master. The author wrote the book to serve as a history book for all ethnic groups, who want to learn more about slavery. African-Americans were freed from slavery after the Civil War in 1865.