SLAVE LIFE IN GEORGIA:
A NARRATIVE
OF THE
LIFE, SUFFERINGS, AND ESCAPE
OF
JOHN BROWN,
A Fugitive Slave,
NOW IN ENGLAND.

 

EDITED BY
L. A. CHAMEROVZOW,
SECRETARY OF THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.

 

LONDON:
MAY BE HAD ON APPLICATION TO THE EDITOR,
AT No. 27, NEW BROAD STREET,
AND OF ALL BOOKSELLERS.
1855.

 

John Brown was born Fed Moore in Southampton County about 1810. When he was around ten years old, he was sold to North Carolina and separated from his mother. He was then sold to Georgia, where he lived until he escaped from slavery in the 1840s.