Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 1853.
Hard Cover. An early, in-depth analysis of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, or rather an attempt to poke holes and offer rebuttals of its criticism of the institution of slavery. Published a mere year after the First Edition of Stowe’s work, this was one of many enraged reactions from Southern Americans, or rather the Southern supporters of slavery and institutionalized inequality. Foxing and contemporary owner’s name to the endpapers, and dampstaining to a corner of the preliminaries. Fully rebacked, with much of the original spine laid down. Embossed black or dark brown cloth, with gilt lettering.