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(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.)--JUVENILE. WILLIAMS, R. G. Volume II, No.VI of The Slave's Friend. Woodcut vignette covers, and one additional woodcut in the text by Alexander Anderson. 16mo, original pictorial wrappers, sewn; slight discoloration to top left portion of the front cover, otherwise an exceptional copy. New York, 
The Slave's Friend, aimed at primary school children, was the collaborative effort of abolitionist writer Ranson G. Williams and noted American wood engraver Alexander Anderson (1775-1870). It ran from January 1839 through December of 1839. R.G. Kelly, "Children's periodicals of the United States," pages 408-411; J.R. Pomeroy, "Alexander Anderson Wood Engraver and Illustrator: an annotated Bibliography," 1749; "Checklist American Imprints," 40187; Sabin, 82114; "Library Company. Afro-Americana," 9465; Danky, "African-American Newspapers and Periodicals: a National Bibliography," 5420.
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