The Narrative of William W. Brown a Fugitive Slave and a Lecture Delivered Before the Female Anti-Slavery Society of Salem, 1847; With an Introduction by Larry Bara. William Wells Brown.

The Narrative of William W. Brown a Fugitive Slave and a Lecture Delivered Before the Female Anti-Slavery Society of Salem, 1847; With an Introduction by Larry Bara

Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., 1969. Paperback. xxviii, 98 p.; 21 cm. Paperback with illustrated cover. This is the second in the publisher's series Fugitive Slave Narratives. William Wells Brown (c. 1814-1884) was born a slave in Kentucky but escaped when he was 19 and settled in Boston and then Buffalo. He became an author and abolitionist, publishing Narrative of William W. Brown, a Fugitive Slave, in 1847; in 1849 he went to England lecturing in support of the abolition of slavery. In Very Good+ Condition: cover is slightly browned; edges are rubbed; clean and tight. Very Good +. Item #007802

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