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New York: The American Anti-Slavery Society, 1839. Second edition. Original cloth, gilt, decorated in gilt and blind. Gift inscription from Gerrit Smith, the abolitionist, to Austin Moore, dated 1843. Expertly re-backed with the original backstrip, gilt bright, Moore's ownership stamp. Gerrit Smith was a philanthropist and social reformer, cousin of Elizabeth Cady, one of the "Secret Six" (co-conspirators with John Brown), and was friend and colleague of Frederick Douglass. His daughter designed the costume made popular by Amelia Bloomer (www.nps.gov). Some gatherings are foxed. A Very Good copy.
Title: A View of the Action of the Federal Govenment, In Behalf of Slavery.
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Seller ID: jay,william.175newyork:theamericananti-slaveryso