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Ann Randolph Meade Page

Ann Randolph Meade Page

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1 Andrews, Charles Wesley Memoir of Mrs. Ann R. Page By Her Son in Law
New York Protestant Episcopal Society for the Promotion of Evangelical Knowledge 1856 Second Edition Brown Cloth Fair 24mo 
First published in 1844, naming her as Anne, this is the posthumous edition. Anne Randolph Page came from a wealthy, philanthropic Virginia family. She moved into her husband's large estate. She had a fervent relgious experience that converted her to the cause of emancipaton and abolition, but her husband forbid her freeing any of his 200 slaves. She devoted her time to the care and education of slaves, and was in favor of colonization of Liberia, a cause in which her brother and eldest daughter joined her. Front end paper missing, juvenile (?) pencilling on endpapers, blanks and on a few margins, tiny spine chip, abrasion on rear board, insect damage to lower top joint. Fair. 006638 
Price: 150.00 USD
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