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Tremendously useful, [Prince Among Slaves] provided strong connections to discussions that my class had about the role of Islam in West Africa and the US.

Jenny Kline

A man of dignity, intellect and unwavering faith as a devout Muslim, he served on a single plantation in Natchez for four decades before negotiating his freedom with the U.S. State Department and President John Quincy Adams in 1828. By then his story was well-known, and he was perhaps the most famous African American in the U.S. [Prince Among Slaves]

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