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The slave Paul has suffered so much in slavery, that he chose to encounter the hardships and perils of a runaway. He exposed himself, in gloomy forests, to cold and starvation, and finally hung himself, that he might not again fall into the hands of his tormentor.

Image ID: 412999

The slave Paul has suffered so much in slavery, that he chose to encounter the hardships and perils of a runaway. He exp...  [April - Fourth Month] (1838)

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Image Title

:  The slave Paul has suffered so much in slavery, that he chose to encounter the hardships and perils of a runaway. He exposed himself, in gloomy forests, to cold and starvation, and finally hung himself, that he might not again fall into the hands of his tormentor.

Alternate Title

: April - Fourth Month

Published Date

: 1838

Depicted Date

: April 1838

Item/Page/Plate

: pg. 13

Source

: The American anti-slavery almanac

Source Description

: v. ill. 19-21 cm.

Location

: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture / Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division

Catalog Call Number

: Sc Rare 326.59-A

Digital ID

: 412999

Record ID

: 212114

Digital Item Published

: 3-11-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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