Slavery in Mississippi.
From the dust jacket: “This interesting analytical study of slavery in Mississippi gives a more complete picture of the actual conditions under which slaves lived than does any other single volume, and it contains the most exhaustive study that has yet been published of the colonization movement in any one of the southern states.” From the library of historian Bell Irvin Wiley; with Wiley’s signature to front endpaper.
Description: Slavery in Mississippi.
New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, (1933). 270pp. First Edition. Publisher’s navy cloth, dust jacket. Binding very clean save for inconspicuous dampstain to base of spine. Jacket has corresponding staining to base of spine panel, small chips and losses, moderate soil. Overall, very good in good and very scarce publisher’s jacket.