COMMON-PLACE Publishes April 2008 Issue (CORRECTION)
We have all heard of the infamous Supreme Court case Dred Scott v. Sandford, but what do we know about the enslaved man who brought the case before the court? What was the sister of famed London radical John Wilkes doing in postrevolutionary Boston? And what does a historian learn in the woodworker’s shop? Find answers to these questions, two new blogs, and much more in the latest issue of Common-place (http://www.common-place.org).
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