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    Thomas Earl [compiler]. The Life, Travels and Opinions of Benjamin Lundy, Including his Journeys to Texas and Mexico; with a Sketch of Cotemporary Events, and a Notice of the Revolution in Hayti. Compiled Under the Direction and on Behalf of His Children. Philadelphia: William D. Parrish, 1847. First edition. 316 pp. Frontispiece. Folding hand-tinted map, 10" x 10". Rebound in half leather over marbled boards. Gilt lettering to spine. Raised bands. Minor foxing throughout. Map browned.

    A Quaker abolitionist, Benjamin Lundy visited Texas before the revolution, with the hopes of creating a colony for free blacks. Per Eberstadt: "A source book embodying first-hand information relative to the Republic, in the earliest stages of its settlement by the Americans. The text is from Lundy's original manuscript, and includes: 'Narrative of a Trip to Texas in 1830; Journey to New Orleans and Texas in 1833; Journey from Brazoria to Austin; Tours of observations through San Antonio, Bexar, Monclova, via the Rio Grande and Santa Rosa; From Laredo to San Patricia and Arkansas Bay; Journey to Matamoros and residence there.'"

    References: Eberstadt 123: 123; Graff 1195; Howes E10; Sabin 42693.

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