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Adventures of an African slaver : being a true account of the life of Captain Theodore Canot, trader in gold, ivory and slaves on the coast of Guinea, his own story as told in the year 1854 to Brantz Mayer

by Theophile Conneau ; edited, with an introduction, by Malcolm Cowley
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English
Austin, Texas : Pemberton Press, [1974?]
xxi, 376 p. : ill.
Negro heritage series

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First published in 1854 under title: Captain Canot.

Theophile Conneau (Theodore Canot) was born in Italy in 1807, and was captain of several slave trading vessels until the 1850's when he settled in the United States.

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