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"A moving, vital testament." --Saturday Review
Solomon Northup (1808 - c. 1864-1875) was an African American carpenter who was born free in Minerva, Essex County, New York, but was bound into slavery later in life for a period of twelve years. He regained his freedom in January 1853.See all Editorial Reviews
This amazing, crushingly sad story needs to be told. As a first person narrative, it is a story that immediately grabs your attention and keeps you in a half-incredulous, have... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Lisa R. Laulainen
The book itself is very interesting. I tried to pick an edition, among the many available, that would be easy to read. This edition missed entirely. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Glen R. Williams
So very, very sad to learn again how inhumane we treat our fellowman. However it was very interesting to learn of the customs and encouraging that justice finally prevailed.Published 4 days ago by unsubscribe!
A definite great read. If you loved the film you'd appreciate the book even better.Published 4 days ago by Ashlee