Slave Insurrection in Southampton County, Va., Headed by Nat Turner: With an Interesting Letter from a Fugitive Slave to His Old Master : Also a Collection of Songs for the Times
Wesleyan Book Room, 1850 - Charleston (S.C.) - 12 pages
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