This book is one chapter in the many sagas of Black People in the south during a period in which over 179 hangings occurred. Both men were Ministers and Prophets of a religious movement called the Council of God. This organization preached that Blacks were the true Jews. The names they adopted were names of Jewish Patriarchs. They developed a movement to free the Africans in the South. The book is an account of Blacks who tried to equate the suffering of Africans in America with the suffering of Jews in Egypt.