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Speak Right On: Conjuring the Slave Narrative of Dred Scott - Mary E. Neighbour


Though declared a piece of property by the US Supreme Court, Dred Scott insisted on telling his own story, on speaking freely. That was his freedom, and he didn’t require a court to help him



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Speak Right On: Conjuring the Slave Narrative of Dred Scott - Mary E. Neighbour


Though declared a piece of property by the US Supreme Court, Dred Scott insisted on telling his own story, on speaking freely. That was his freedom, and he didn’t require a court to help him