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eBook Biography of an American Bondman, by His Daughter (Dodo Press) download ISBN: 1409980731
Author: Josephine Brown
Publisher: Dodo Press (September 25, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 80
ePub: 1534 kb
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: Historical

Start by marking Biography of an American Bondman . Published September 25th 2009 by Dodo Press (first published 1855).

Start by marking Biography of an American Bondman, by His Daughter as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Josephine Brown (1839-? ) was the youngest child of the abolitionist and author William Wells Brown (1814-1862) and his wife Elizabeth. Josephine joined her father on his lecture tours, during which she transcribed his correspondence. Biography of an American Bondman, By His Daughter.

Read in English by Jim Locke Josephine Brown's Biography of an American Bondsman faithfully follows the trajectory of her father's life as previously . For more free audio books or to become a volunteer reader, visit LibriVox.

Read in English by Jim Locke Josephine Brown's Biography of an American Bondsman faithfully follows the trajectory of her father's life as previously explored in his own narratives. She distills and summarizes the major revelatory moments of his autobiography while she also incorporates new anecdotal information and offers her own perspective on Brown's life. M4B Audiobook (70MB). External metadata update.

Josephine Brown's Biography of an American Bondsman faithfully follows the trajectory of her father's life as previously explored in his own narratives.

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As Josephine Brown explained in her preface to the book, she was moved to finish the book when she discovered that her father's autobiography Narrative of William W. Brown: A Fugitive Slave (1847) was out of print. Dodo Press, Book Depository Limited.

Elizabeth Josephine Brown (June 12, 1839 – January 16, 1874) was the daughter and biographer of escaped African-American slave William Wells Brown and his first wife Elizabeth Schooner.

Funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities supported the electronic publication of this title. Source Description: (title page) Biography of an American Bondman, by His Daughter. 104 p. Boston R. F. Wallcut 1856. Pam. 32. 2 Z99 (Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, Duke University Libraries).

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WHILE at school in France, I was often beset by my fellow students to know the history of my father, whom they heard was a fugitive from American despotism. To satisfy their curiosity, I wrote out the first ten chapters of the following pages, as I had heard the incidents related. On returning to America last August, and finding that the narrative of my father's life, written by him, and published some years ago, was out of print, I determined to supply its place; and therefore have added a few more chapters to those written while abroad.

Author Josephine Brown. WHILE at school in France, I was often beset by my fellow students to kw the history of my father, whom they heard was a fugitive from American despotism.

Josephine Brown (1839-? ) was the youngest child of the abolitionist and author William Wells Brown (1814-1862) and his wife Elizabeth. Josephine joined her father on his lecture tours, during which she transcribed his correspondence. She, not quite fifteen, found a position at a school in Woolwich, where several of her pupils were older than she was. During these days, Josephine also kept quite busy as an assistant to her father's extensive antislavery activities. In 1854, Josephine was again in France for additional schooling. In 1855, she returned to the United States, where she completed the biography of her father she had begun in France: Biography of an American Bondman, by His Daughter. As Josephine Brown explained in her preface to the book, she was moved to finish the book when she discovered that her father's autobiography Narrative of William W. Brown: A Fugitive Slave (1847) was out of print.