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Smith, James L.

Autobiography of James L. Smith, including also, reminiscences of slave life, recollections of the war, education of freedmen, causes of the exodus, etc

Autobiography of James L. Smith,
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Press of the Bulletin Co., Norwich, CT. 1881, xiii, 150p, wood-block frontis portrait of the author, 5 x 7.75 inch first edition cloth boards with gilt cover titling; spine mildly sunned, has a half-inch chip to head, front hinge cracked, corner-tips turned and frayed, find former owner's presentation inscription to a church library on front free endsheet. Narrative by a former slave from Virginia who escaped to Massachusetts and reminisced in his memoir about events of and during his lifetime. Written as a way "to aid him in this, his means of support in his declining years" "My people will be styled a nation yet, and also claim their nationality. For this they have fought and suffered hundreds of years in servitude and bondage."

Cat.No: 168706

Price: $125.00

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