Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1873. First Edition. Original Cloth. 12mo., 297pp. + (6)pp. Of Ads. Good.
Includes a first hand account of Prudence Crandall's attempt to open a school "...for young ladies and little misses of color" in Canterbury, CT and the persecution of the town's people against her. Wear at top and bottom of spine and along front joint. Marginal damp stain on pp. 287 - ads. A good copy overall.