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Contraband of War: Story of Singleton

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Contraband of War: The Story of William Henry Singleton, Slave and Soldier in the Civil War by Laurel F. Vlock and Joel A. Levitch. NY: Funk Wagnalls, 1970. First Edition. 192 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. The story of a dark place in our history. A runaway slave, Singleton became a servant to a Confederate officer. Then, in 1861, he learned that runaway slaves joining Union forces were to be considered contraband of war and not returnable to their owners. His treatment follows.

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8.5" L x 5.6" W x 0.8" H