Written by Park Ranger Joy Medley Williams, Making Their Mark: The Signature of Slavery at Mammoth Cave is a historical narrative of racism’s evolution above and below the region’s surface. Unearth the legacy left behind by slavery bound guides who lead adventurers from around the world down into the darkness, offering comfort, humor, and knowledge. Travel the downward spiraling culture of African Americans, freed and slave, who lived and worked in Mammoth Cave, a World Heritage Site.
- Mammoth Cave preserves early civilizations, African American and Civil War history
- Soft cover nonfiction published by Eastern National exclusively for eParks
- Historical nonfiction approx. 9’’ x 6’’ ; 71 pages ; ISBN: 1590910370
- African American Nonfiction features black and white photography