The Road That Led to Somewhere. Dr. Bryan E. Walls.

The Road That Led to Somewhere

Windsor: Olive Publishing Company, 1980. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. Fine / Very Good. Item #010176

SIGNED with inscription from author to ffep. Orig. brown paper boards. 261 pp., [11]. B&W photos in text. Spine cocked, rubbing and fading to extremities. Dust jacket is bumped and creased to extremities, a few chips short tears to edges. Present-day inhabitants of Canada and present-day descendants of American abolitionists have been given a legacy in the field of human rights, of which they can be justly proud, and which they must perpetuate in order to not betray the legacy of their forefathers. This documented novel tells the reason, through the struggle of one family. Theirs is a one-in-four-million story. Nevertheless, it symbolizes the endeavors of all the families who specifically followed the side of the tree that the moss grows on and the light of the north star. Their story more generally expresses the desire of all families to remain free and live in peace and harmony.

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