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THE BLACK POET.  Being the Remarkable Story (Partly Told by Himself) of George Moses Horton, a North Carolina Slave by  Richard Walser - First edition - [1966] - from Eilenberger Rare Books, LLC (SKU: 000069)

THE BLACK POET. Being the Remarkable Story (Partly Told by Himself) of George Moses Horton, a North Carolina Slave

THE BLACK POET.  Being the Remarkable Story (Partly Told by Himself) of George Moses Horton, a North Carolina Slave by  Richard Walser - First edition - [1966] - from Eilenberger Rare Books, LLC (SKU: 000069)

THE BLACK POET. Being the Remarkable Story (Partly Told by Himself) of George Moses Horton, a North Carolina Slave

by Walser, Richard

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New York: Philosophical Library, [1966]. 120 pages. plus frontispiece facsimile. Illustrated with full-page drawings by Claude Howell (printed with the text). Original cloth. [21.5 cm.] About fine in very good plus dust jacket. Some very faint foxing to endpapers due to contact with original dust jacket. Jacket is bright, but shows light rubbing, traces of faint foxing, and a tiny closed tear to rear panel. FIRST EDITION.

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Bookseller
Eilenberger Rare Books, LLC US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
000069
Title
THE BLACK POET. Being the Remarkable Story (Partly Told by Himself) of George Moses Horton, a North Carolina Slave
Author
Walser, Richard
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used
Quantity available
1
Edition
First edition
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Philosophical Library
Place of Publication
New York
Date published
[1966]
Keywords
literature biography african american
Bookseller catalogs
NORTH CAROLINA - LITERATURE; AFRICAN AMERICAN;

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About Eilenberger Rare Books, LLC

An online shop focusing on Americana, particularly books pertaining to the South, and offering rare, scholarly, and antique books on a variety of other subjects. Proprietor David J. Eilenberger worked for over five years at respected firms in the A.B.A.A. before establishing the company in 2010. In addition to books, we are interested in acquiring broadsides, ephemera, 19th-century photographs, and manuscripts. Member Independent Online Booksellers Association since 2017.

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