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Fugitive slave Charles Nalle... Rescued by Harriet Tubman... Anxiety of slaveholders...
Item # 602063
April 28, 1860
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, April 28, 1860
* Fugitive slave Charles Nalle
* Rescued by Harriet Tubman
* Slaves - slavery
Among column heads on page 7 are: "Anxiety Of Slaveholder" "They Will Spread Their Institution" "Northern Democrats Hopeless" "They Can't Go So Much Slavery" and more. But certainly the most fascinating article (pg. 7) is headed: "Fugitive Slave Case In Troy--Great Excitement--The Man Rescued Twice". This is the notable incident in which the fugitive slave Charles Nalle was rescued by Harriet Tubman (although she is not mentioned in this report. Additional information re: this case may be found at: Charles Nalle.
Note: This edition lacks the "Negro Market In Savannah" article which was printed in a different edition but of the same title and date.
Eight pages and in very nice condition.
Category: Pre-Civil War