Slavery and Abolition in the Founding Era: Black and White Voices
Slavery and Abolition in the Founding Era: Black and White Voices brings together long forgotten anti-slavery writings from America’s founding era—twenty-five texts in various genres, spanning the 1770s to the conclusion of the War of 1812. Thirteen of the nineteen writers in the volume are Black, and some of their writings are anthologized here for the first time.
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Paperback, 64 pages, 16 illustrations
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