His father, Henry Taylor, the son of a white slave owner and black mother, was a businessman.
For,” argued Nic now in his excitement, “no Englishman could be so hardhearted as to refuse help to a white slave.
One girl told me she owed it to this that she was a "white slave."
The young girl had been lured from home on false promises, and here she was a "white slave" through no fault of her own.
There are many angles to the white slave business in New York.
And how familiar have the significant epithets of "white slave" and "dough-face" become!
There has been much said in the public press about the "white slave Traffic."
He is much interested in the work against the white slave trade.
What are the relations of immigration and the white slave traffic?
Antecedent to the introduction of Clara, the true heroine of the novel, we have the story of Estelle, also a white slave.