Book in progress: The imperfect harmony of Polk Miller & His Old South Quartette.

Integration or exploitation? Polk Miller was a white veteran of the American Civil War who fought to preserve slavery. He later toured the U.S. with four African American singers. Two of them had been enslaved by his family. Admired by Twain, recorded by Edison, disbanded by fear. It’s a true story begging to be told.

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