Slavery and the French Revolutionists 1788-1805
The first translation and publication of a 1925 doctoral dissertation written for the University of Paris by a 67-year-old Black American expatriate woman who had been born a slave. Her study of the French revolutionists' view of slavery is crucial to understanding the growth of human rights.
"An important historical curiosity." - Choice
". . . an excellent study on the relations between the eighteenth-century revolutionists of Paris and the inhabitants of Santo Domingo." - The North Carolina Historical Review
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