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London: Anti-slavery and Aborigines Protection Society, 1961. pp65-88, 6x9.75 inches, obituaries, articles, reports, news, reviews, vertical crease, toned with handling wear, pamphlet journal in stapled pictorial wraps. Cover photo shows Nigerian children boarding a plane for Saudi Arabia, where a story on page 73 states that they are to be...
New York: Arno Press, 1968. Various paginations of the reprinted narratives: Lunsford Lane, the Fugitive Blacksmith [James Pennington], William W. Brown, My Life in the South [Jacob Stroyer], and Moses Grandy, inscribed by series editor William Loren Katz (as "Bill") to "Herb" Aptheker. The American Negro, his history and literature.
Washington DC: Chronicle Print [for the URCC], 1867. Single folio leaf printed and folded to make 8p., ex libris Rhode Island Historical Society with very old accession marks (small red-bordered label upper right filled out in sepia nib, a few pencilled numerals), the untrimmed edges have collected dust and are...
Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1969. Hardcover. xiv, 298p., cloth boards spine-titled gilt; tail rim is somewhat worn. A photo-reproduction of the 1861 edition. The book's main focus is on slavery and race relations, with fears that England and France may intervene on the side of the Confederacy. Select bibliographies reprint.
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons at the Knickerbocker Press, 1907. Hardcover. xi, 298p., preface, appendixes, bibliography, index, bibliography, index, footnotes, first edition, dampstain to fore-edge of front cover and rear cover bleeding through to the margins of index pages, rubbing to covers, red cloth and gilt.
Cachoeira, Bahia: Hansen Bahia, 1979. 87p., illus. with 20 "gravuras" (black blockprints) of the African slave trade, poetry and text in Portuguese, French and English, errata slip laid in,11.75x12 inches, stiff Frenchfold wraps with some soiling and an extensive paint-spatter across the back.
[Washington DC]: 1846. 17p., disbound, slight crimping and mild foxing of text, otherwise sound and clean. 28th Congress 1st session. Rep. no. 753, Ho. of Reps. Reprints communications from the Spanish minister Mr. Calderon, discussing the ongoing Amistad case and the irritation it continued to cause in US-Spain relations.
New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc, 1965. 38p., 6x9.5 inches. no illustrations, catalogue of books on offer, pamphlet in green printed wraps. The overlapping or yapp edges of this softbound are rather worn, an else good copy with a blank bid-sheet laid in. Find plenty of trout, and in the Americana...
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1917. 8p., 4.75x7.25 inches, very good in original stapled wraps. A call to denounce the actions of Germany in Belgium and the north of France during World War One, where the Germans deported large numbers of Belgians and French to slave-labor sites in Germany.