Catalog Record: Twelve years a slave : the thrilling story of a free colored man, kidnapped in Washington in 1841, sold into slavery, and after a tweleve years' bondage reclaimed by state authority from a cotton plantation in Louisiana | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Twelve years a slave : the thrilling story of a free colored man, kidnapped in Washington in 1841, sold into slavery, and after a tweleve years' bondage reclaimed by state authority from a cotton plantation in Louisiana / by S. Northup.

Main Author: Northup, Solomon, 1808-1863?
Related Names: Williams, Kenny J. 1927-2003, former owner., Stowe, Harriet Beecher 1811-1896.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia, Penn. : John E. Potter and Co., 185?
Subjects: Northup, Solomon, > 1808-1863?
Slavery > Louisiana > History > 19th century.
Plantation life > Louisiana > History > 19th century.
African Americans > Biography.
Slaves > United States > Biography.
African American author.
Note: Dedicated "To Harriet Beecher Stowe: whose name, throughout the world, is identified with the Great Reform: this narrative, affording another key to Uncle Tom's Cabin, is respectfully dedicated."
Physical Description: xiv, 336 pages ; 29 cm.
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