Interesting Memoirs and Documents relating to American Slavery, and the Glorious Struggle now Making for Complete Emancipation.
Includes narratives by Lewis Clarke and Milton Clarke; Mr. Caulkins; Rev. H. Moulton; Sarah M. Grimke and others, along with essays and observations supporting the emancipation effort. 16mo. VG (cover lightly worn). From the library of MP Denis Healey, and signed by him. N° de réf. du libraire 21972
Titre : Interesting Memoirs and Documents relating ...
Éditeur : Chapman Brothers, London. 1846.
Date d'édition : 1846
Reliure : Hardback.
Signé : Signed by Author(s)
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