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African-American Passages: Black Lives in the 19th Century Podcast

This podcast, hosted by Kluge Center Distinguished Visiting Scholar Adam Rothman, explores the lives of three African Americans whose passages through the 19th-century are uniquely documented in the Library's manuscripts.

This podcast, hosted by Kluge Center Distinguished Visiting Scholar Adam Rothman, explores the lives of three African Americans whose passages through the 19th-century are uniquely documented in the Library's manuscripts.

Episodes: 4

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In Search of Adeline Henson

Duration: 54 min

Robert Pinn’s Left Hand

Duration: 49 min

The Long Journey of Omar Ibn Said

Duration: 49 min

Prologue

Duration: 8 min

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