The barber of Natchez, wherein a slave is freed and rises to a very high standing: wherein the former slave writes a two-thousand-page journal about his town and himself; wherein the free Negro diarist is appraised in terms of his friends, his code, and his community's reaction to his wanton murder

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Grouping Title barber of natchez wherein a slave is freed and rises to a very high standing wherein the former slav
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subject_facet Johnson, William, -- 1809-1851, Natchez (Miss.) -- Social life and customs
title_display The barber of Natchez, wherein a slave is freed and rises to a very high standing ; wherein the former slave writes a two-thousand-page journal about his town and himself; wherein the free Negro diarist is appraised in terms of his friends, his code, and his community's reaction to his wanton murder
title_full The barber of Natchez, wherein a slave is freed and rises to a very high standing ; wherein the former slave writes a two-thousand-page journal about his town and himself; wherein the free Negro diarist is appraised in terms of his friends, his code, and his community's reaction to his wanton murder / by Edwin Adams Davis and William Ransom Hogan
title_short The barber of Natchez, wherein a slave is freed and rises to a very high standing
title_sub wherein the former slave writes a two-thousand-page journal about his town and himself; wherein the free Negro diarist is appraised in terms of his friends, his code, and his community's reaction to his wanton murder
topic_facet Johnson, William, Social life and customs