The life of Charles Freeman, once an American slave.
[London] : Sold at the Cosmorama, 209, Regent Street, and to be had of all booksellers, price 2d. Also, Part I. Descriptive Catalogue of the Panorama, price 2d, [1850?]
Freeman, Charles, /
Cosmorama (Regent Street, London, England)
Exhibitions > Exhibitions / England > Exhibitions / England / London > Exhibitions / England / London / History.
Panoramas > Panoramas / England > Panoramas / England / London > Panoramas / England / London / History.
Diorama > Diorama / England > Diorama / England / London > Diorama / England / London / History.
Slave trade > Slave trade / United States.
Slavery > Slavery / United States.
Slaves > Slaves / Southern States > Slaves / Southern States / Biography.
Fugitive slaves > Fugitive slaves / United States.
Fugitive slaves > Fugitive slaves / United States > Fugitive slaves / United States / Biography.
African Americans > African Americans / Biography.
"Crozier & Mullin, Printers, Silver Street, Regent Street."--Colophon (page 8).
"'We do not remember reading a more interesting truthful Memoir of a Slave, the way he made his escape from Slavery shows that he is an intelligent young man, while his presence at the Panorama adds greatly to the interest of the Exhibition and much weight to the facts related by the Lecturer, (the Rev. W.H. Irwin) who has just arrived in England after fourteen years residence as a Missionary among Slaves.'".
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