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Born into slavery in 1849, My Life in the South is Jacob Stroyerâ€™s engrossing first hand look at his life as a slave. After the Civil War, Stroyer moved to Salem, Massachusetts and became a minister. A much sought-after speaker, he was urged by listeners to write down his memories. Originally published in 1879 when he was thirty, this is a fascinating collection of stories about the training, discipline and burdens the slave had to bear as well as some of the customs of slaves and southern society.
|Publisher:||Salem : Newcomb & Gauss|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||152 KB|