The Princeton Fugitive Slave
The Trials Of James Collins Johnson
de Lolita Buckner Inniss
Sobre o livro
James Collins Johnson was an escaped slave working at Princeton University in 1843 when he was arrested and tried as a fugitive. Though convicted and slated for return to slavery, he was redeemed by a local white woman. Johnson became one of the best-known vendors at Princeton over his six-decade career. This book challenges this uncomplicated account of Johnson's life.