The tragedy of the Negro in America; a condensed history of the enslavement, sufferings, emancipation, present condition and progress of the Negro race in the United States of America, prepared at the special request of the philanthropic and Christian public of both England and America. P. Thomas Stanford.
The tragedy of the Negro in America; a condensed history of the enslavement, sufferings, emancipation, present condition and progress of the Negro race in the United States of America, prepared at the special request of the philanthropic and Christian public of both England and America.
The tragedy of the Negro in America; a condensed history of the enslavement, sufferings, emancipation, present condition and progress of the Negro race in the United States of America, prepared at the special request of the philanthropic and Christian public of both England and America.
The tragedy of the Negro in America; a condensed history of the enslavement, sufferings, emancipation, present condition and progress of the Negro race in the United States of America, prepared at the special request of the philanthropic and Christian public of both England and America.
The tragedy of the Negro in America; a condensed history of the enslavement, sufferings, emancipation, present condition and progress of the Negro race in the United States of America, prepared at the special request of the philanthropic and Christian public of both England and America.

The tragedy of the Negro in America; a condensed history of the enslavement, sufferings, emancipation, present condition and progress of the Negro race in the United States of America, prepared at the special request of the philanthropic and Christian public of both England and America.

Boston: the author, 1897. Hardcover. xvii, 253p. including photographs, previous owner's slightly smeared signature, hinge weakening, boards spotted with a worn spot on spine.

Stanford, a black minister, left England for the United States in order to write a brief sketch of African American life, but "was soon convinced that a pamphlet of ten or a dozen pages would not afford space enough for a satisfactory description to be made." The book reflects Stanford's horror at what he found: "When [the history of the American Negro] shall be written it will be a terrible comment on the character of many so-called Christians."

Cat.No: 73377

Price: $125.00

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