1868 National Anti-Slavery Standard Newspaper - Freedmen Riots, KKK
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1868 National Anti-Slavery Standard Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, Aaron M. Powell, Editor and Wendell Phillips, special editorial contributor. A great historic reconstruction era Abolitionist newspaper. Large ((24.5"X 18.5") 4 page newspaper. In this issue: The official report on the Millican Texas Freedmen Riot, Ku-Klux-Klan news, General Butler's speech on the Negro to Congress, Negro riots in Richmond VA., political articles and editorials. In very good condition with some minor tears along the edges.
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