Stone Collection: Volume 73 - Item 22
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22. George W. Cable, “The Freedman’s Case in Equity,” Century 29 (January 1885): 409-418.
Reflections on the plight of the freedman since the end of Reconstruction by a well-known author who grew up and lived in Louisiana before being ostracized by white Louisianans for his progressive views in regard to race relations in the South. He moved to Massachusetts the year this article appeared. (The collection has another copy of this article in volume 79 [no. 23].)