W. W. Norton & Co.
"To Walk About in Freedom: The Long Emancipation of Priscilla Joyner is a beautifully written chronicle of one woman’s journey from slavery into freedom. Though short in length—roughly 200 pages of text—it poignantly and effectively conveys the essence of emancipation as lived by one biracial woman raised by a white, slaveholding mother figure who refused to divulge the identity of Priscilla’s Black father."
Sommerville, Diane Miller
"To Walk About in Freedom: The Long Emancipation of Priscilla Joyner,"
Civil War Book Review: Vol. 25
Available at: https://repository.lsu.edu/cwbr/vol25/iss2/6