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        StatementPrinted for private circulation among the friends of Burns, Oates & Washbourne, Ltd
        PublishersPrinted for private circulation among the friends of Burns, Oates & Washbourne, Ltd
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        LC Classifications1949
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        Paginationxvi, 72 p. :
        Number of Pages55
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However, I try to never forget about what a violently racist era this decade was. Despite the vulnerability of Indian populations to European diseases, these slaves were cheaper than Africans. Hadliday; 1867, Alvin Whitney; 1868-9, Edward Mundy; 1870, David H.

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