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Genre/Form: History
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Isaac T Hopper; Daniel Meaders
ISBN: 081531776X 9780815317760
OCLC Number: 30031113
Notes: Originally published in the National anti-slavery standard as a column entitled Tales of oppression, beginning Oct. 22 1840.
Description: ix, 389 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: I. Haitian Slave --
II. Peter Johnson --
III. A Child Kidnapped --
IV. Cyrus Field --
V. Peter --
VI. Kidnapped into Slavery --
VII. Romaine --
VIII. A Maryland Fugitive --
IX. Richard Allen --
X. Daniel Benson --
XI. Samuel Curtis --
XII. A Kidnapping Ring --
XIII. Samuel Clark --
XIV. Reuben Moore --
XV. Phebe --
XVI. Thomas Hughes --
XVII. Emery Sadler --
XVIII. Stephen Lamaire --
XIX. Wagelma --
XX. William Bachelor --
XXI. Prince Hopkins --
XXII. Germaine --
XXIII. Joe --
XXIV. Pegg --
XXV. Sarah Roach and Child --
XXVI. George Cooper --
XXVII. Maryland Slave --
XXVIII. Solomon Clarkson --
XXIX. Levin Smith --
XXX. Samuel Wilson --
XXXI. Philadelphia Apprentice --
XXXII. Ben --
XXXIII. Thomas Hughes and John Darg --
XXXIV. Anne Garrison --
XXXV. James Poovey --
XXXVI. Virginia Fugitive --
XXXVII. James Davis --
XXXVIII. Mrs. Morris --
XXXIX. New Jersey Slave --
XL. Maryland Slave --
XLI. East Jersey Slave --
XLII. Maryland Slaves --
XLIII. Phebe Numbers --
XLIV. Red Betsey --
XLV. James Hall. XLVI. Mary Holliday --
XLVII. A Slave Hunter Defeated --
XLVIII. An Aged Bondman --
XLIX. James --
L. Uncle Beck --
LI. Tobias Boudinot --
LII. Ben Jackson --
LIII. Self-emancipated Couple --
LIV. Samuel Johnson --
LV. Virginia Slave --
LVI. The Foreign Slave --
LVII. The Fraudulent Indenture --
LVIII. Chattel Restored to Manhood --
LIX. Charles Webster --
LX. Tom --
LXI. What's in a Name? --
LXII. William Anderson --
LXIII. The Traitor --
LXIV. Tender Mercies of a Slaveholder --
LXV. Benjamin Clark --
LXVI. Poor Amy --
LXVII. The Patriarchal System --
LXVIII. William Healy --
LXIX. Theodore --
LXX. Caesar King --
LXXI. Maryland Slave --
LXXII. The Slave Trader --
LXXIII. William Wright --
LXXIV. Peter --
LXXV. Mary --
LXXVI. James Williams --
LXXVII. Thomas Harrison --
LXXVIII. Tom --
LXXIX. William Dixon.
Series Title: Studies in African American history and culture.
Responsibility: [compiled by] Daniel E. Meaders.

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