The Negro in Ohio 1802-1870.

An important thesis and early history of African Americans in Ohio, specifically: the early years of slavery and the anti-slavery movement, the struggle for equality and efforts to ratify the Fifteenth Amendment, the beginnings of formal education a.d economic opportunity for African Americans living in the state.

Description: The Negro in Ohio 1802-1870.

Cleveland: [Press of the Williams Publishing & Electric Co.] 1896. First Edition. 182, v, [index] pages, one folding table. Original printed wraps bound into early brown cloth library binding. Wraps edge-chipped; front wrap previously repaired with tape, usual public ex-library markings (bookplate, perforation stamps, spine call number, etc.). Complete and sound in binding; clean text.


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Price: $100.00