French Anti-slavery Pamphlet

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Harrison W. Mark
by Society of the Friends of the Blacks
published on 19 December 2022

Front page of the "Address to the National Assembly", an anti-slavery pamphlet written by the French abolitionist group Société des amis des noirs ("Society of the Friends of the Blacks") in 1790.

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Blacks, Society of the Friends of the. "French Anti-slavery Pamphlet." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 19 Dec 2022. Web. 01 Feb 2023.

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