Forten, the Sailmaker; Pioneer Champion of Negro Rights
Rand McNally, 1968 - 208 páginas
A biography of James Forten, a free Negro born in 1766 and owner of the leading sailmaking shop in Philadelphia, who spent his life and fortune furthering abolition.
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At the School of the Small Quaker
Anthony Benezet with some pupils
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