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Fifty Years in Chains; or the Life of an American Slave, 1859
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Fifty Years in Chains; or the Life of an American Slave. New York & Indianapolis: H. Dayton, 1859. The author of the work is not specified, as the subject of the story is still a slave by the laws of this country, and it would not be wise to reveal his name. 12mo, brown cloth wraps with gilt spine lettering, 430pp.

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Front board has separated and been reattached with thread. Loose binding. Interior leaves mostly good with light soiling and scattered foxing.
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