1861 The Fugitive Slave Law & Victims American SLAVERY Abolition Civil War. The Anti-Slavery Tracts were a collection of essays, reports, and written accounts of slavery during the Civil War and abolitionism eras in the United States. This 1861 printing of The Fugitive Slave Law covers stories of slave imprisonment, accounts of freed slaves finding solace, escaped slaves on the run, and others, all through the lens following the Fugitive Slave Law by Congress in 1850.
This work also discusses the specifics of that law and how it affected slaves and slave owners in America. The Fugitive Slave Law and its victims.
New York : American Anti-Slavery Society, 1861. Collation: Complete with all pages. Binding: Leather; tight and secure. 7in X 4in (17.5cm x 10cm).
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