William Wells Brown

The Narrative of William W. Brown, a Fugitive Slave

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    Annie Jayhas quoted4 years ago
    Ever since that act, I have been in favor of "woman's rights
    Annie Jayhas quoted4 years ago
    Great Britain. While the people of the United States boast of their freedom, they at the same time keep three millions of their own citizens in chains; and while I am seated here in sight of Bunker Hill Monument, writing this narrative, I am a slave, and no law, not even in Massachusetts, can protect me from the hands of the slaveholder!
    Annie Jayhas quoted4 years ago
    The kind friend that had taken me in was named Wells Brown.
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