Description:Very Good. No Dust Jacket. A Very Good copy (owner's name) in...Very Good. No Dust Jacket. A Very Good copy (owner's name) in gray cloth lettered in black, tight and clean within. Not an ex-library copy.
Description:Very Good+ in Very Good+ jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Copy...Very Good+ in Very Good+ jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Copy has name inked on the fep, shelfwear rubbign, dj has shelfwear with a few small rubbing nicks, closed tear on the lower back corner tip, minor toning. The author contends that predominant racial prejudice in the Ohio River Valley before 1860 shaped teh ideas of pioneers who settled the trans-Mississippi West, resulting in the enactment of laws to exclude all Negroes, slave or free, from the newly established territories and states. Provides an important contribution to ante-bellum political history. Focuses on the ever shifting frontier regions which became free states or territories by 1860, and at some time threatened with possible legalization of chattel servitude. x/176pp. Desirable!
Description:Very good in very good dust jacket. University of Illinois...Very good in very good dust jacket. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 1967. 2nd printing, Very Good/Very Good/hardcover/slight wear to book and jacket, Hardcover, 176pgs. Prejudice and opposition to slavery were major factors in deciding the expansion of slavery in the early 1800's. Packed with care and shipped promptly.
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