Prison Life and Reflections, Or, A Narrative of the Arrest, Trial, Conviction, Imprisonment, Treatment, Observations, Reflections, and Deliverance of Work, Burr, and Thompson: Who Suffered an Unjust and Cruel Imprisonment in Missouri Penitentiary for Attempting to Aid Some Slaves to Liberty
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