The Selling of Joseph: A Memorial
Features the text of "The Selling of Joseph," a pamphlet that was originally published by a Boston, Massachusetts publisher in 1700 and is provided online as part of Africans in America by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). The pamphlet is an argument against slavery.
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