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Author Bailey, John, 1944 December 15-

Title The lost German slave girl : the extraordinary true story of the slave Sally Miller and her fight for freedom in Old New Orleans / John Bailey.

Imprint New York : Atlantic Monthly Press, 2003.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Parsons Non-Fiction  305.8 B155    ---  Available
Edition 1st American ed.
Description xiii, 268 p. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Indexed In: Wilson's Senior High School, December 2005
School Library Journal, March 2005
Library Journal, December 2004
Pub Weekly, October 2004
Booklist, November 2004
Kirkus Review, September 2004
Reference and Research Book News, May 2005
Summary Presents the true story of Salome Muller, a German immigrant girl who was lost to her family in the early 1800s and sold into slavery, her French master who claimed she was part African, and the desperate struggle for her freedom that led to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Audience Adult Follett Library Resources
Subject Muller, Salome, approximately 1809-
Slaves -- New Orleans (La.) -- Biography.
Women -- New Orleans (La.) -- Biography.
German Americans -- Biography.
Trials -- New Orleans (La.)
Slaves -- Emancipation -- New Orleans (La.)
Slavery -- New Orleans (La.) -- Social aspects.
New Orleans (La.) -- Race relations.
New Orleans (La.) -- Biography.
ISBN 0871139219

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