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The Slavery of To-day: Or the Present Position of the Open Sore of Africa

£39.99

Product description

Published by Pickering and Inglis, 1909.

Red Boards White Titles.
Book Condition: Good. No Jacket.
202 pages.

Front and back cover water stained, titles on spine quite faded.
Edges slightly worn and corners bumped, but otherwise in quite good condition.
Binding still tight, pages readable though worn. Many black and white plates in good condition.
Very little foxing on text but some on end pages.
A good copy of this influential work against the slave trade, focusing specifically on the Portuguese colony of Angola.

In his preface, the author states that all liberty-loving men and women, should rise up and say that slavery, no matter by what name it is called, must be put down at any cost

Item details

Author(s):
Swan, Charles A.
Format:
Hardback

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About this item

Published by Pickering and Inglis, 1909.

Red Boards White Titles.
Book Condition: Good. No Jacket.
202 pages.

Front and back cover water stained, titles on spine quite faded.
Edges slightly worn and corners bumped, but otherwise in quite good condition.
Binding still tight, pages readable though worn. Many black and white plates in good condition.
Very little foxing on text but some on end pages.
A good copy of this influential work against the slave trade, focusing specifically on the Portuguese colony of Angola.

In his preface, the author states that all liberty-loving men and women, should rise up and say that slavery, no matter by what name it is called, must be put down at any cost

Author(s):
Swan, Charles A.
Format:
Hardback

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