Slave Life in Georgia

A Narrative of the Life, Sufferings, and Escape of John Brown, a Fugitive Slave, Now in England
Narrated by: Damian Salandy
Length: 4 hrs and 54 mins
Categories: Biographies & Memoirs
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This account of the life, sufferings, and escape of a fugitive slave was published in London in 1855 by the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. It is the autobiography of a simple, sturdy man who spent 30 years as a slave in Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia.  

As our title is now out of print, we are happy to present this audiobook version so this brave story remains within reach of the interested public.    

©1972 The Beehive Foundation (P)2018 The Beehive Foundation

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Slave Life in Georgia

This was a different book than I thought it was.Heartbreaking story. Excellent writing.Damian Salandy was the perfect narrator,as usual.

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i loved it so much

i really love this book. the narrator was very effective in displaying emotions. it was a real read. Feel like i was talking to the person myself.

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Soul shaker

That felt that the commentary was deliberate instating the sole purpose of slavery. Are found within the chapters a man who is steadfast and getting freedom for himself and others. The story set my mind reeling at the possibility of me being oppressed in those times and I can say without a skip of word that it would be a painful burden to bear, the iniquities of a human being treated so awfully.

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