One day, Levin ... he be free; by Lurey Khan
William Still and the underground railroad

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Chronicles the efforts of William Still, son of an escaped slave, to help his people through his work with Philadelphia's Anti-slavery Society and the Underground Railroad.
 

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Published January 1, 1972 by E. P. Dutton. 231 pages
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William Still, son of a slave who bought his freedom and himself a dedicated worker and extensive record keeper for the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society's ""underground railroad"" operations, is a natural subject for a juvenile biography, and his story as told here is impressive even though Lure...

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