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    A Free Woman on God's Earth
    Price
    $19.95
    Binding
    Paperback
    ISBN13
    9780981491028
    Pages
    119
    Dimensions
    140 x 191 x 13mm
    Released
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    Description

    Highlights the life and accomplishments of the eighteenth-century female slave who successfully sued her owner to win her freedom and whose case helped to set precedents that led to slavery being barred in Massachusetts.

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