Twenty-Two Years A Slave, and Forty Years A Freeman (EasyRead Super Large 18pt Edition)

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Nov 5, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 436 pages
 

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Contents

HORSERACING AND ITS CONSEQUENCES 33 JOURNEY TO OUR NEW HOME IN NEW YORK
48
DUELING
61
DEATH BED AND BRIDAL SCENES
84
THOUGHTS ON FREEDOM
110
LOCATE IN THE VILLAGE OF ROCHESTER
130
INCIDENTS IN ROCHESTER AND VICINITY
147
BRITISH EMANCIPATION OF SLAVERY
160
CONDITION OF FREE COLORED PEOPLE
177
NARROW ESCAPE OF A SMUGGLER
214
PLEASANT REUNION OF OLD AND TRIED FRIENDS 230 PRIVATE LOSSES AND PRIVATE DIFFICULTIES 241 INCIDENTS AND PECULI...
255
DESPERATION OF A FUGITIVE SLAVE
271
DEATH OF B PAUL AND RETURN OF HIS BROTHER 285 MY FAMILY RETURN TO ROCHESTER
297
CHARACTER AND DEATH OF I LEWIS
313
BISHOP BROWN DEATH OF MY DAUGHTER 332 CELEBRATION OF THE FIRST OF AUGUST
346
CORRESPONDENCE
381
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REMOVAL TO CANADA
200

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