The Little Slave Girl A True Story, told by Mammy Sara herself, who is still alive
  • The Little Slave Girl A True Story, told by Mammy Sara herself, who is still alive

The Little Slave Girl A True Story, told by Mammy Sara herself, who is still alive

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The Little Slave Girl A True Story, told by Mammy Sara herself, who is still alive

Very good condition.

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The Little Slave Girl A True Story, told by Mammy Sara herself, who is still alive

By Douglas Eileen, Illustrated by Gertrude M. Bradley

Reprinted from "The Young Soldier"

Cover design by Talwin Morris.

This famous book is the true story of a slave girl and her life of slavery in the United States. Written by an actual slave girl that casts a light on a dim period of history. It is a chance to revisit a time that seems so foreign, so absurd, and so disturbing that it leaves one stunned and without words.

Published: S. W. Partridge & Co. London, undated, probably a first edition, c1906

Boards: Very good, only light handling marks.

Spine: Very Good / Excellent. No obvious faults.

Pages: Good. 96 pages plus publishers catalogue. Missing first blank frontis page. All are complete with foxing and browning.

Overall: Very good condition.

B10157

Data sheet

Period
Edwardian 1901 – 1914
Weight (kg)
0.24
Size (cm)
12.5 x 17.5 x 1.5

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