Safe havens: The intersection of family, religion, and community in black cultural landscapes of the southeastern United States

  • Citation: Hitchner, Sarah; Schelhas, John; Dwivedi, Puneet. 2021. Safe havens: The intersection of family, religion, and community in black cultural landscapes of the southeastern United States. Landscape and Urban Planning. 214(11): 104136-. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2021.104136.
  • Keywords: African Americans, Black Land Ownership, Minority Landowners, Cultural Landscapes, Southeastern United States,
  • Posted Date: August 25, 2021
  • Modified Date: August 25, 2021
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