BUILDING AN ANTISLAVERY WALL: Black Americans in the Atlantic Abolitonist Movement, 1830-1860
Edition: Trade paperback.
New York: Cornell University Press, 1989. The first full-scale study of the role African Americans played in building support for abolition in Great Britain - among those who travelled and spoke frequently were Frederick Douglass, William Wells Brown, the Crafts, Martin Delany, and others. Many were fugitive slaves lecturing on their experiences; others came to study at British universities, including Jesse Glasgow and McCune Smith. Bibliography, index.
Condition: Very good plus in wrappers (some scattered highlighting and marginal notes.)
Book ID: 9625
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