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Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1893. 286pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 12mo, blue cloth, cloth lightly soiled, small area of browning on four pages, last blank page lightly dampstained, small areas of chipping to margin of one page. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1893. First Edition. Author's experiences as a teacher of ex-slaves in Beaufort, South Carolina from 1864 to 1865. She was an abolitionist from the North.
Chester: Chester County SC Historical Society, 2000. Illus. 2 Vols. 4to, blue boards. (Volume I): Chester: Chester County, SC Historical Society, 2000. Fine Sold with Volume II: Heritage History of Chester County, South Carolina. Dallas: Taylor Publishing, 1995. This volume has the name of a previous owner in gilt on the front cover. Both volumes are mostly short biographies with genealogy information of county residents along with some portraits.
New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969. Black & white frontispiece, 116 pages, slim 12mo, brown cloth (lightly rubbed, library stamp on inside front cover, slight remnants of sticker at spine foot). New York: Negro Universities Press, (1969). A very good(+) copy with some discoloration near bottom of front cover.
Boston: Boston Book Company, 1891. 9 maps, some folding. Many portraits. xvi, 410pp. 8vo, original green cloth, cloth very lightly soiled, otherwise very good. Boston: Boston Book Company, 1891. First Edition. History of the first regiment comprised of free Black volunteers from a Northern state. It was led by Robert Gould Shaw, a Boston abolitionist. Among its members, were two sons of Frederick Douglass. In 1863, the 54th regiment attacked Fort Wagner, at the entrance of Charleston Harbor. They lost.....