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  • Subject of 12 Years a Slave Receives Correction from New York Times.

    Subject of 12 Years a Slave Receives Correction from New York Times.

    Tuesday, March 4 2014 10:19 PM EST2014-03-05 03:19:44 GMT
    NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Times has printed a correction for misspelling 161 years ago the name of a black man who was sold into slavery and whose memoirs were turned into the Oscar-winning movie "12 Years a Slave." In a Jan. 20, 1853, article, the Times misspelled Solomon Northup's surname as Northrop and as Northrup. The Times corrected Northup's name on Tuesday, after the errors were pointed out by someone looking at its archives. The correction said the article about Northup had "mi...
    NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Times has printed a correction for misspelling 161 years ago the name of a black man who was sold into slavery and whose memoirs were turned into the Oscar-winning movie "12 Years a Slave." In a Jan. 20, 1853, article, the Times misspelled Solomon Northup's surname as Northrop and as Northrup. The Times corrected Northup's name on Tuesday, after the errors were pointed out by someone looking at its archives. The correction said the article about Northup had "mi...
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