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The controversy over the distribution of abolition literature, 1830-1860, by W. Sherman Savage
Bib ID 2513705
Format BookBook
Author
Savage, William Sherman
 
Description New York, Negro Universities Press [1968, c1938] 
xv, 141 p. 24 cm. 
Notes

Bibliography: p. 127-134.

Subjects Antislavery movements -- United States.  |  Slavery -- United States.
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