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Understanding Primary Sources: Slavery, Freedom and Abolition

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Drawn from Gale’s acclaimed Reference Library products, this concise study guide helps you explore central ideas of primary sources in their historical context. Profiles of the authors and surrounding events; timelines and images; engaging research, discussion and activity ideas; “Did you know?” facts; and additional features make this guide valuable for students and lifelong learners. Primary sources covered: excerpt from Uncle Tom’s Cabin (Harriet Beecher Stowe); excerpt from “The American Apocalypse” (Frederick Douglass); A Black Soldier’s Letter to President Abraham Lincoln (James Henry Gooding); excerpt from “I Claim the Rights of a Man” (Henry McNeal Turner); and excerpt from Thirty Years a Slave (Louis Hughes).

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