A Clouded Star
Harper & Row, 1948 - 242 pages
A very old Negro, Samuel, tells in retrospect his experiences with Harriet Tubman, the ex-slave who acted as guide on the underground railroad. As a small boy Samuel accompanied Harriet and eight others on a journey to Canada.
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