The Princeton Fugitive Slave: The Trials of James Collins Johnson

By Inniss, Lolita Buckner

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9780823285341 9780823285358
Publisher
Fordham Univ.


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Reviewed on August 16, 2019  |  Social Sciences

As an undergraduate at Princeton in 1979, Inniss (Southern Methodist Univ. Dedman Sch. of Law, Dallas) heard an oral history that nearly 40 years later has culminated in this groundbreaking work of scholarship examining the relationship between the institutions of higher education and slavery. Inniss brings to the forefront the previously lost history, legal case study of James Collins Johnson. After escaping slavery in 1839, Johnson was employed by Princeton, where, in 184...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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