Slavery in the United States

Slavery in the United States  (1837) 
by Charles Ball

The

Cabinet of Freedom

under the supervision of

The Hon. William Jay,
Prof Bush of the University of New York, and
Gerrit Smith, Esq.

"Am I not a man and a brother"

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New York.

Published by John S. Taylor.
1836.

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SLAVERY

in the

UNITED STATES:

A NARRATIVE

of the

LIFE AND ADVENTURES

of

CHARLES BALL,

A BLACK MAN,

WHO LIVED FORTY YEARS IN MARYLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA, AS A SLAVE, UNDER VARIOUS MASTERS, AND WAS ONE YEAR IN THE NAVY WITH COMMODORE BARNEY, DURING THE LATE WAR. CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF THE MANNERS AND USAGES OF THE PLANTERS AND SLAVEHOLDERS OF THE SOUTH. A DESCRIPTION OF THE CONDITION AND TREATMENT OF THE SLAVES, WITH OBSERVATIONS UPON THE STATE OF MORALS AMONGST THE COTTON PLANTERS, AND THE PERILS AND SUFFERINGS OF A FUGITIVE SLAVE, WHO TWICE ESCAPED FROM THE COTTON COUNTRY.

NEW-YORK:
Published by John S. Taylor,
Brick Church Chapel.

1837.

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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1837,
By JOHN S. TAYLOR,
In the Clerk’s Office of the District Court for the Southern
district of new-york.



henry ludwig, printer.


This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.