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An appeal in favor of Americans called Africans.

Author: Lydia Maria Child
Publisher: New York, Arno Press, 1968.
Series: American Negro, his history and literature.
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Child, Lydia Maria, 1802-1880.
Appeal in favor of Americans called Africans.
New York, Arno Press, 1968
(OCoLC)559621895
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lydia Maria Child
OCLC Number: 427173
Notes: Reprint of the 1836 ed.
Description: 216 pages illustrations 20 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Brief history of Negro slavery--Its inevitable effect upon all concerned in it --
ch. 2. Comparative view of slavery--in different ages and nations --
ch. 3. Free labor and slave labor--possibility of safe emancipation --
ch. 4. Influence of slavery on the politics of the United States --
ch. 5. Colonization society, and anti-slavery society --
ch. 6. Intellect of Negroes --
ch. 7. Moral character of Negroes --
ch. 8. Prejudices against people of color, and our duties in relation to this subject.
Series Title: American Negro, his history and literature.

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