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Sale 2471 Lot 189
DOUGLASS, FREDERICK. What the Black Man Wants, in The Equality of All Men Before the Law Claimed and Defended. -43,  pages. 8vo, stitched; moderate foxing to title page, lacking wrappers, minimal wear. Boston, 1865
Estimate $500 - 750
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.Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $344