Upland, In. 1896. 19,pp. Original printed pictorial wrappers, stapled. Rear cover with lower corner chipped away, covers lightly stained and worn. Ink ownership stamps inside front cover and on titlepage, ex-library markings to rear leaf and inside rear cover. Text clean. Good. Item #WRCAM47006
The biography of Sammy Morris, an African boy who was taken prisoner by another tribe, then escaped and made his way to a coffee plantation where he converted to Christianity. He made his way to America in order to be educated for missionary work, ending up in northern Indiana, where he became a student at Taylor University. He died while in study there. Only a handful of copies in OCLC.