The Negro: the southerner's problem

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1904. First edition; 8vo; pp. [6], vii-xii, [6], 3-316, [4] pages of publishers advertisements; original red cloth lettered in gilt on the spine and upper cover; near fine. BAL 15394. Thomas Nelson Page was influential in ante-bellum literature for shaping the perception of the Old South, one that emphasized chivalry and attempted to justify slavery ("Thomas Nelson Page", Anne E. Rowe, Documenting the American South). Item #54076

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