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Brown, W. Wells
Brown, William W.
Brown, William Wallace
Brown, William Wells
Brown, Williams Wells
Brown, Wm. Wells
Wells Brown, William
ca 1814-1884
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Andrews, William L. (1946-)
Ernest, John
Garrett, Paula
Greenspan, Ezra
Keijzer, M.
Levine, Robert S. (1953-)
Levine, Robert Steven (1953-)
Parfait, Claire
Robbins, Hollis (1963-..)
Rossignol, Marie-Jeanne
Smith, John David (1949-..)
American fugitive in Europe; sketches of places and people abroad. With a memoir of the author., The
anti-slavery harp: a collection of songs for anti-slavery meetings., The
anti-slavery harp, The ; Clotel; The escape
black man: his antecedents, his genius, and his achievements, the
Clotel or The President's daughter a narrative of slave life in the United States
Clotel, or, The presidents daughter
Clotelle; or, The colored heroine, a tale of the Southern States.
Colored heroine
escape or, A leap for freedom a drama in five acts, The
escape, or, A leap for freedom, The : a drama in five acts
From fugitive slave to free man the autobiographies of William Wells Brown
Leap for freedom
lecture delivered before the Female anti-slavery society of Salem, at Lyceum hall, Nov. 14, 1847., A
Levensgeschiedenis van den Amerikaanschen slaaf
Levensgeschiedenis van den Amerikaaschen slaaf William Wells Brown
Memoir of William W. Brown
My chains fell off, c1984:
My Southern home, 2000:
My Southern home; or, The South and its people.
narrative of William W. Brown, a fugitive slave. And a lecture delivered before the Female Anti-Slavery Society of Salem, 1847., The
negro in the American rebellion his heroism and his fidelity, The
President's daughter, The
Puttin' on ole massa : the slave narratives of Henry Bibb, William Wells Brown and Solomon Northup
récit de William Wells Brown, esclave fugitif, écrit par lui-même, Le
récit de William Wells Brown, Le : esclave fugitif
récit du William Wells Brown, esclave fugitif, écrit par lui-même, Le
rising son or, The antecedents and advancement of the colored race, The
Sketches of places and people abroad; the American fugitive in Europe.
St. Domingo: its revolutions and its patriots; a lecture delivered before the Metropolitan Athenaeum, London, May 16, and at St. Thomas' Church, Philadelphia, December 20, 1854.
Three classic African-American novels
Three years in Europe ... [MI] 1852
Three years in Europe, or places I have seen and people I have met
travels of William Wells Brown, including The narrative of William Wells Brown, a fugitive slave, and The American fugitive in Europe, sketches of places and people abroad, The
William Wells Brown, 1969:
William Wells Brown and Clotelle : a portrait of the artist in the first Negro novel
with a Memoir of the author
works of William Wells Brown using his "strong, manly voice", The