Clark, Lewis Garrard (1812-1897)Narrative of the sufferings of Lewis Clarke, during a captivity of more than twenty-five years, among the Algerines of Kentucky, one of the so called Christian states of North America.
Summary of Content: Printed by David H. Ela. Signed on front and rear cover by Caleb Hobart of East Maison (possibly Tennessee). Dictated by Clark. With an introduction, verifying Clark’s testimony, by Joseph Cammet Lovejoy (anti-slavery figure and brother of abolitionist Elijah P. Lovejoy). Includes frontispiece engraving of Clark.