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1855 Slavery South-Side View Racism Slave Emancipation

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1855 Slavery South-Side View Racism Slave Emancipation Uncle Tom’s Cabin



Nehemiah Adams was an American clergyman and writer. In 1854, he took a trip to the American South, and wrote a book entitled ‘A South-Side View of Slavery.’ In the book, he praised slavery as beneficial to the Negroes' religious character – a stance that caused a sensation and received hostile criticism. Adams includes:

Absence of Mobs

Slave Auctions

Homes of Slaves

Approaches to Emancipation

Absurdity of secession

Influence of Uncle Tom’s Cabin

British interest in American Slavery

Bible and Slavery



Item number: #10968

Price: $399



ADAMS, Nehemiah



A south-side view of slavery, or, Three months at the South, in 1854



Boston : T.R. Marvin, and : Sanborn, Carter and Bazin ; New York : J.C. Derby, 1855.



Details:

Collation: Complete with all pages

viii, 222, [6]

References: Sabin 341

Language: English

Binding: Hardcover; tight and secure

Size: ~ 7.5in X 5in (18.5cm x 12cm)



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1855 Slavery South-Side View Racism Slave Emancipation

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