Mar 29, 2018 - Sale 2471

Sale 2471 - Lot 189

Price Realized: $ 344
?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 500 - $ 750
DOUGLASS, FREDERICK. What the Black Man Wants, in The Equality of All Men Before the Law Claimed and Defended. [3]-43, [1] pages. 8vo, stitched; moderate foxing to title page, lacking wrappers, minimal wear. Boston, 1865

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The important speech by Douglass, given before the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, is here published in pamphlet form (pages 36-39) with other speeches by William D. Kelley and Wendell Phillips. Afro-Americana 3502; Blockson 2779. with--8 other Civil War-era pamphlets touching on slavery and abolition: Seward. The Great Speech . . . Against the Lecompton Constitution. Np, 1858 Goodloe. The Southern Platform; or Manual of Southern Sentiment on the Subject of Slavery. Boston, 1858 Church Anti-Slavery Society: Proceedings of the Convention which met at Worcester, Mass. New York, 1859 Southern Hatred of the American Government, the People of the North, and Free Institutions. Boston, 1862 Moore. Historical Notes on the Employment of Negroes in the American Army of the Revolution. New York, 1862 Facts Concerning the Freedmen, their Capacity and their Destiny . . . by the Emancipation League. Boston, 1863 Drisler. Bible View of Slavery . . . Examined. New York, 1863 Stone. Emancipation. Cincinnati, OH: American Reform Tract and Book Society, 1862. Most 8vo with original wrappers.