ARCHY LEE'S STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM
This volume tells the story of one of the most dramatic struggles for freedom that took place in the years immediately preceding the American Civil War. Archy Lee had been a slave, but while still a young man he crossed the plains to Gold Rush California, where slavery was banned by law, and in January 1858 became the subject of a heated slavery battle. 16 pages of photos.
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