Book Review: The Anti-Slavery Alphabet

Thank you, Project Gutenberg. Without you, I never would have seen this book–The Anti-Slavery Alphabet. It was published in 1847 for the Anti-Slavery Fair in Philadelphia(?), and that’s about all I know about it. I wish I knew if it was widely distributed, or if it was actually marketed for children, or if it was some display piece just for the fair. Not even a note on who authored this piece! No matter which way, this book pulls no punches:

 

 

 

That’s Project Gutenberg. Volunteers around the world, working to make well known classics and hidden gems available for the common good.

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