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Extracts from the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Reports of the Directors of the African Institution, Read at their Annual General Meetings, Held in London...1824...1825.
1826
 

National Testimonial to William Lloyd Garrison. [Caption title]
1866
 

A Short History of the African Union Meeting and School-House, Erected in Providence (R.I.) in the Years 1819, '20, '21; with Rules for Its Future Government.
1821
 

City Cries: or, a Peep at Scenes in Town. By an Observer. Illustrated with twenty-four Designs by Croome.
1851
 

A Representation of Governor Wall Ordering Serjeant B. Armstrong, Without a Trial, to be tied to a gun, at Coree, in Africa, and inhumanly flogged by Black Slaves, who were changed every twenty-five lashes. [Caption title & partial text]. [Followed by large woodcut of the scene]. 12" x 7." Fine.
1802
 

The Sorrows of Yamba; or the Negro Woman's Lamentation. [Taken from the Cheap Repository].
1819
 

Cries of the Metropolis: or, Humble Life in New York. [Wrapper title].
1857
 

Long Tail Blue. As Originally Sung by Mr. T.B. Nathans. In All the Southern and Philadelphia Circuses. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9" x 9". Printed in two columns with typographical border.
1830
 

Henry Richards and Alexander Anderson, Murderers of Mrs. Garber and Mrs. Ream, on Tuesday, December 15th, 1857, at Fruitville, Manheim Township, Lancasteer Co., Penna. [Caption title] 4to wood engraving of the murderers.
1857
 

Writ of Habeas Corpus to the Sheriff or Constable or Deputy of Attleborough, [Massachusetts] from Justice John Cary Clarke, May 17, 1707. 8vo. ink mss. document, official red seal, folds, small hole.
1707
 

Witness Deposition of an Accident Involving Blacks. Sept. 24, 1924. Charleston, SC. Deposition of Ethel L. Walters taken by William S. Legare, Notary Public for South Carolina (seal). 5 pp. 8” x 12.5” lined paper affixed with orig. brass clasp. Ink. Crisp, clear, some slight cut throughs from pressure of pen.
1924
 

Six Civil War Era Studio Tintypes of Blacks. Half plate size, 2.5 x 3.75".  1) Young woman with beribboned hat. Bright, smudge at right not affecting image. 2) Young woman with banana curls. Plate bends, dark. 3) Middle aged woman with hand to chin. Crazing, darkening. 4) Group of four men, one may be wearing railroad conductor's hat. Darkened, bent. 5) Man and wife (?), good. 6) Young woman with necklace and bracelet. Slightly darkened.
1865
 

Log of the Edward Stanly, G.M. Yates, Master. Burma to Falmouth, [England] and Then to Liverpool.  Dec. 20, 1863 to  July 16, 1864. Printed log book, James Imray and Son, London. 10.25 x 13 inches. 215 pp. Blue paper covered board, with red buckram spine. Edge wear, ink splatters on cover, intact, legible hand.
1863
 

The Extravaganza of Jim Crow! [Caption title in two lines]. Thirty-Nine (39) Four Line Verses (not including the Chorus, which follows the first verse) in Two Columns, divided by a typographical line. Narrow large folio.
1830
 

An Inventory of the Estate of Capt. James Jarvis, Late of Roxbury. Decd. Estate 1753, Taken 1750. 2 Copies (ca. 1753), 2 pages each, taken from the original of dated January 14, 1750. One copy is in old tenor. Sheets 7.5 x 12.5 inches, 4 pp., browned, folds, archival tape repairs. Bright ink.
1750
 

I’m Off For Charleston. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8-1/8” x 6-1/8," text only, being 5 quatrains and chorus, within an ornamental border. Tiny stain at upper right corner. Fine.
1855
 

Old Uncle Ned. Songster.
1855
 

Writ of Attachment for Jenne Burlington, a Black Woman. May 4, 1802. Sterling, Windham County, Connecticut. Signed by John Grafton, Justice of the Peace. Sheet 8 x 12.5 inches. 1 1/2 pp. Docketed. Folds, light browning. Bright ink.
1802
 

ADAMS, F. C. Manuel Pereira; or, the Sovereign Rule of South Carolina.
1853
 

ALSOP, RICHARD. The Echo.
1807
 

ALSOP, RICHARD. The Echo.
1807
 

ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEA The Phonographic Reader: a Complete Course of Inductive Reading Lessons in Phonography.
1845
 

ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEA The Phonographic Word-Book Number Two. Containing the Whole Body of Effective Words in the English Language, Arranged and Classified According to the Modes in Which they Should Be Written in Phonography. Intended Immediately to Succeed the Phonographic Word-Book No. One, and the Phonographic Class-Book and Reader.
1849
 

ANON. A Statistical Inquiry into the Condition of the People of Colour, of the City and Districts of Philadelphia.
1849
 

ANON. Postscript to "A Review of the Colonial Slave Registration Acts..."
1820
 

ANON. Brudder Bones' "4-11-44" Joker. Containing a Jolly Lot of Sable Conundrums, Ethiopian Jokes, Burnt Cork Comicalities and Darkey Dialogues.
1897
 

ANON. The Boys of New York. Stump Speaker. Containing a Varied Assortment of Stump Speeches Negro, Dutch and Irish. Also End Men's Jokes. Just the Thing for Home Amusement and Amateur Shows.
1902
 

AVERY, I.W. Supplement to Floridian. Premium List of the First Annual Fair...How to Manage Colored Farm Labor...[Folio broadside headings]. In Four Columns.
1890
 

BAIRD, H.C. General Washington and General Jackson, on Negro Soldiers.
1863
 

BANNERMAN, HELEN. The Story of Little Black Mingo. By the Author of 'The Story of Little Black Sambo'.
1902
 

BARNARD FREEDMEN'S-A Third Annual Report...[Caption title].
1867
 

BEARD, JAMES C. Arti The Fifteenth Amendment. Celebrated May 19th, 1870. [Caption]. Vividly hand colored lithograph, 24" x 30".
1870
 

BEARD, JOHN R. The Life of Toussaint L'Ouverture, The Negro Patriot of Hayti. With Numerous Engravings.
1853
 

BETHUNE, THOMAS G. The Marvelous Musical Prodigy, Blind Tom, the Negro Boy Pianist... Testimonials of Musicians and Savans, and Opinions of the American and English Press, of "Blind Tom."
1876
 

BETHUNE, THOMAS. Blind Tom's March by Blind Tom.
1865
 

BOKER, GEORGE H. The Second Louisiana. May 27th, 1863. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8" x 4.75." Verse printed in two columns.
1863
 

BOKER, GEORGE H. The Second Louisiana. May 27th, 1863. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8" x 4.75." Verse printed in two columns.
1863
 

BUTLER, MAJOR GENERA United States of America. Head Quarters Deparment of Virginia and North Carolina. Provisional Commission. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside.
1864
 

CABLE, GEORGE W. The Negro Question.
1888
 

CARMICHAEL, J.R. Uncle Ephriam's Eulogy. Carmichael's Buggy. [Wrapper title].
1900
 

CATTO, Rev. WILLIAM A Semi-Centenary Discourse, Delivered in the First African-Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on the Fourth Sabbath of May, 1857: with a History pf tje Church from Its First Organization: Including a Brief Notice of Rev. John Gloucester, Its Ffirst Pastor. Also, an Appendix, Containing sketches of all the Colored Churches in Philadelphia.
1857
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. Emancipation.
1840
 

CHAPMAN, Elder HENRY Remember Them That Are in Bonds, as Bound with Them.--Heb. 13:3. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1841
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Memories and Milestones.
1915
 

CHILD, D.L. & HILLAR A Report of the Trial of Pedro Gibert, Bernardo de Soto [et al]... Before the U.S. Circuit Court, on an Indictment Charging Them with the Commission of an Act of Piracy, on Board the Brig Mexican of Salem...
1834
 

CHRISTY, E.P. Singer Music of the Original Christy Minstrels, the Oldest Established Band in the United States. [Tinted pictorial title of the band members in various performances]. "We'll Have a Little Dance To Night Boys." [Caption title of sheet music].
1847
 

CHRISTY, E.P.. Christy's Plantation Melodies. Published Under the Authority of E.P. Christy...Originator of Ethiopian Minstrelsy and the First to Harmonize Negro Melodies.
1854
 

CHRISTY, EDWIN P. Christy's Nigga Songster, Containing Songs as are Sung by Christy's, Pierce's White's Sable Brothers, & Dumbleton's Band or Minstrels.
1850
 

CHRISTY, EDWIN P. Christy's Plantation Melodies. No. 5. Published Under the Authority of E.P. Christy, Originator of Ethopian Minstrelsy, and the First to Harmonize Negro Melodies.
1853
 

CLAGETT, RICHARD. Public Sale of Negroes...On Tuesday, March 5th, 1833 at !:00 P.M. the following Slaves will be sold at Potters Mart, in Charleston, S.C. Miscellaneous Lots of Negroes, mostly house servants, some for field work. [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 13.5" x 8.5."
1833
 

CLARK, AARON. Communication from His Honor the Mayor, in Relation to the Precautionary Measures Adopted by Him to Secure the Public Peace at the Recent Election in This City, with Documents, and a Report from theComptroller Relative to the Expenses Incurred During Said Election.
1839
 

CLARK, B.C. A Plea for Hayti, with a Glance at Her Relations wih France, England and the United States for the Last Sixty Years. Third Edition.
1853
 

CLARK, GEO. W. The Liberty Minstrel.
1844
 

CLARKE, LEWIS. Narrative of the Sufferings of Lewis Clarke, During a Captivity of More Than Twenty-Five Years, Among the Algerines of Kentucky, One of the So Called Christian States of North America. Dictated by Himself.
1845
 

CLAY, HENRY. Speech of the Hon. (Henry Clay, before the) American Colonization Society...with an Appendix...
1827
 

COLE, SAMUEL W. The Muse; or Flowers of Poetry; a Choice Collection of Favorite Odes, Poems, Songs, Elegies, Dirges, Epitaphs, Epigrams, Elegant Extracts, &c.
1827
 

COLERIDGE-TAYLOR, S. Twenty-Four Melodies Transcribed for the Piano. Op. 59. With a Preface by Booker T. Washington.
1905
 

COLFAX, RICHARD H. Evidence Against the Views of the Abolitionists, Consisting of Physical and Moral Proofs, of the Natural Inferiority of the Negroes.
1833
 

COOLEY, TIMOTHY MATH Sketches of the Life and Character of the Rev. Lemuel Haynes, for Many Years Pastor of a Church in Rutland, Vt., and Late in Granville, New-York. With Some Introductory Remarks by William B. Sprague.
1839
 

COOLEY, TIMOTHY MATH Sketches of the Life and Character of the Rev. Lemuel Haynes, for Many Years Pastor of a Church in Rutland, Vt., and Late in Granville, New-York. With Some Introductory Remarks by William B. Sprague.
1838
 

CROLY, DAVID G. Miscegenation: The Theory of the Blending of the Races, Applied to the American White Man and Negro. Reprinted from the New York Edition.
1864
 

CURRIER & IVES. Wm. Tillman, the Colored Steward, of the Schooner S.J. Waring which was captured by the Piratical Brig Jeff Davis and recaptured by Tillman and Wm. Steding the German Sailor after having killed three of the Pirates in charge of her. He is receiving Visitors daily at Barnum's Museum, New York. [Full caption title].
1861
 

DAVIS, CHARLES W. Manuscript Journal Copies of 120 Business Letters, 1837-69. In ink in a very legible hand.
1837
 

DAY, WILLIAM HOWARD. Celebration by the Colored People's Educational Monument Association in Memory of Abraham Lincoln, on the Fourth of July, 1865, in the Presidential Grounds, Washington, D.C.
1865
 

DE BECK, WILLIAM L. Murder Will Out. The First Step in Crime Leads to the Gallows. The Horrors of the Queen City....By an Old Citizens.
1867
 

DE VOE, THOMAS. The Market Book Containing a Historical Account of the Public Markets in the Cities of New York Boston Philadelphia and Brooklyn With a brief Description of every Article of Human Food sold therein the Introduction of Cattle in America...In Two Volumes. Vol. I [all pub.].
1862
 

DICKSON, W.M. Review of the Letter of General Cox, of Ohio.
1865
 

DIXON, THOMAS, JR. The Clansman. An Historical Romance of the Ku Klux Klan. Illustrated by Arthur I. Keller.
1905
 

DOUGLASS, FREDERICK. My Bondage and My Freedom. Part I.--Life as a Slave. Part II.--Life as a Freeman. With an Introduction. By Dr. James M'Cune Smith.
1855
 

DOUGLASS, FREDERICK. My Bondage and My Freedom. Part I.--Life as a Slave. Part II.--Life as a Freeman. With an Introduction. By Dr. James M'Cune Smith.
1855
 

ELDRIDGE, ELLEANOR. Elleanor's Second Book.
1839
 

ELDRIDGE, ELLEANOR. Memoirs of Elleanor Eldridge.
1840
 

ELDRIDGE, ELLEANOR. Memoirs of Elleanor Eldridge.
1843
 

EMERSON, R.W. An Address Delivered in the Court-House in Concord, Massachusetts, on 1st August, 1844, on the Anniversary of the Emancipation of the Negroes in the British West Indies.
1844
 

EMERSON, R.W. An Address Delivered in the Court-House in Concord, Massachusetts, on 1st August, 1844, on the Anniversary of the Emancipation of the Negroes in the British West Indies.
1844
 

FLIPPER, HENRY O. The Colored Cadet at West Point. Autobiography of Lieut. Henry Ossian Flipper, U.S.A., First Graduate of Color from the U.S. Military Academy.
1878
 

FREEMAN, FREDERICK. Africa's Redemption. The Salvation of our Country.
1852
 

GARRISON, FANNY & HE Engraved Invitation to the Marriage of Henry Villard and Fanny Garrison, at the Residence of William Lloyd Garrison, January 3, 1866. Directed to, in holograph, Mr. & Mrs. J.B. Smith, Cambridgeport, with the Envelope with "G" on the Flap.
1866
 

GARRISON, WM. LLOYD. Thoughts on African Colonization: or an Impartial Exhibition of the Doctrines, Principles and Purposes of the American Colonization Society. Together with the Resolutions, Addresses and Remonstrances of the Free People of Color.
1832
 

GORHAM, AMOS T.? Journal Containing News of the 1841 Rhode Island Convention, and the Rev. Avery and Sarah Cornell Murder Case. N.A. Probable Author: Amos T. Gorham. February 17, 1823 (one page only) January 1, 1833 to January 25, 1841. 1844 and 1848 (one page only). Bristol, Rhode Island. 6.5 x 7.5 inches, 115 pp., board covers, some pen & ink illus., some pasted news clippings first few pages. Spine mostly separated, pages loose and browned with some edge fraying. Ink.
1841
 

GRAY, E.H. Assaults Upon Freedom! Or, Kidnapping an Outrage Upon Humanity and Abhorrent to God. A Discourse, Occasioned by the Rendition of Anthony Burns.
1854
 

HAILMANN, et al. The Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the National Education Association, Session of the Year 1886, at Topeka, Kansas.
1887
 

HAMLET, JAMES. The Fugitive Slave Bill: Its History and Unconstitutionality; with an Account of the Seizure and Enslavement of James Hamlet, and His Subsequent Restoration to Liberty.
1850
 

HARRIGAN, EDWARD. The Ten Little Mulligan Guards. [Wrapper title].
1874
 

HAWKINS, JOSEPH. A History of a Voyage to the Coast of Africa, and Travels into the Interior of that Country; Containing Particular descriptions of the Climate and Inhabitants, and interesting particulars concerning the Slave Trade....The Second Edition.
1797
 

HELM, MARY. The Upward Path: the Evolution of a Race.
1909
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD The Slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore. Sixth Edition. Two volumes in One.
1846
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD. The Slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore. Second Edition. Two Volumes in One.
1840
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD. The Slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore. Third Edition. Two Volumes in One.
1840
 

HILTON, JOHN T. Ward We the Master, Wardens and Secretary of African Lodge, No. 459, held in the Town of Boston...Do Certify, that the Bearer hereof...has been regularly initiated into the third Degree of Masonry...[Printed & holograph title]. [Broadside, 10.5" x 9." With engraved pillars, tools and eye. Ribbon threaded down the left side, remnant of seal.
1826
 

HOPPIN, AUGUSTUS. Two Compton Boys. With Ninety-Three Illustrations by the Author.
1885
 

HORNE, MELVILLE. A Sermon Preached at the Parish Church...June 4, 1811, Before the Society for Missions to Africa and the East...Second American Edition.
1811
 

HOUSTON, ADDISON CHA Hugh Harrison, (A Mulatto).
1890
 

HOWE, MRS. JULIA WAR Battle Hymn of the Republic. [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1863
 

JOHNSON, H.U. From Dixie to Canada. Romances and Realities of the Underground Railroad. Vol. I. [All publ.] First Thousand.
1894
 

JOHNSON, JAMES WELDO Black Manhattan.
1930
 

JOHNSON, T. Cobbett and the Negro. To the Editor of an Evening Paper. [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1820
 

JOHNSTON, ANNIE FELL Ole Mammy's Torment. Illustrated by Mary G. Johnston and Amy M. Sacker.
1897
 

KLETZING, H.F. & W.H Progress of a Race or the Remarkable Advancement of the Afro-American Negro. From the Bondage of Slavery, Ignorance and Poverty to the Freedom of Citizenship, Intelligence, Affluence, Honor and Trust. With an Introduction by Booker T. Washington.
1898
 

LANE, AARON. 4to manuscript invoice, in ink, to William Nevill, May 9, 1818, "...wages in hunting 3 days for his Negro Charles..."
1818
 

LARKINS, JOLLY JOHN R. Voelckel Presents The Black Patti Co. With Sissieretta Jones and Jolly John Larkins. A Trip to Africa. A Three Act Musical Farce Comedy. [Cover title, printed in green & black (Illustrated).
1909
 

LEWIS, R.B. Light and Truth...the Universal History of the Colored and the Indian Race...to the Present Time.
1844
 

MARSH, J.B.I. Editor The Story of the Jubilee Singers; with Their Songs. Seventh Edition. Completing Fifty-Fourth Thousand.
1877
 

MASSACHUSETTS. Two manuscript letters, one dated July 12, 1798, from the town of Cambridge to the Overseers of the Poor of the town of Medfield, concerning one Anthony Frederick, a Negro; the second, a retained copy of a reply by the town of Medfield, to the town of Cambridge, dated August 11, 1798.
1798
 

MAYER, BRANTZ. Captain Canot; or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver Being an Account of His Career and Adventures on the Coast, in the Interior, on Shipboard, and in the West Indies. Written Out and Edited from the Captain's Journals, Memoranda and Conversations. Tenth Thousand.
1854
 

McCALLUM, J. Four (4) Page ALS to Wife "Ellen" Concerning Slaves in the South and His Hay Dealing Business Trip. Memphis, Tennessee. July 27, 1857. Sheet, blue paper, ink. 9.75 x 15.50 inches. No cover. Folds. Legible hand.
1857
 

McDANIEL, G., Presid A Grand National Celebration Will Be Held on the Third of August, 1895 By the Colored Population of Clinton, Missouri. [Caption title (in 6 lines)]. Folio broadside, brown ink on tan paper, with typographical border. Very attractive.
1895
 

McNAMARA, JOHN. In Perils by mine own Countrymen. Three Years on the Kansas Border. By a Clergyman.
1856
 

McTYEIRE, H.N. Duties of Masters to Servants: Three Premium Essays.
1851
 

MILLER, KELLY. Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights Being an Intensely Human and Brilliant Account of the World War...and the Important Part Taken by the Negro...Illustrated with 128 genuine pictures from recent official photographs, also outline map drawings...
1919
 

MILLER, KELLY. Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights Being an Intensely Human and Brilliant Account of the World War...and the Important Part Taken by the Negro...Illustrated with 128 genuine pictures from recent official photographs, also outline map drawings...
1919
 

MOORE, GEORGE H. Historical Notes on the Employment of Negroes in the American Army of the Revolution.
1862
 

MOTT, ED. The Black Homer of Jimtown.
1900
 

MYERS, SAMUEL. ANs. to Mr. Leslie Regarding the Hiring of His Negro. Norfolk, Jan 9, 1819. Six lines; on verso: "No. 11 no. 6 Samuel Myers note for 140 (sic) dollars." Ink. Folds, browned and lightly foxed, small bites at edges.
1819
 

NELL, WILLIAM C. Services of Colored Americans, in the Wars of 1776 and 1812.
1851
 

NELL, WILLIAM C. Services of Colored Americans, in the Wars of 1776 and 1812. Second Edition.
1852
 

PAGE, MOSES B. Speech...of Berwick, in the House of Representatives of Maine, February 27, 1863, in Opposition to the "Emancipation Resolutions."
1863
 

PAGE, THOMAS NELSON. The Negro: the Southerner's Problem.
1904
 

PALMER, BENJAMIN M. The South: Her Peril, and her Duty. A Discourse, delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, New Orleans, Nov. 29, 1860.
1860
 

PHILLIPS, WENDELL. ALS, n.d., 16mo., 3 pp. Ink. To Mrs. Joshua Bean Smith. Ca. 1865?
1865
 

PIPKIN, J.J. The Story of a Rising Race. The Negro in Revelation, in History, and in Citizenship...with Introduction by Gen. John B. Gordon.
1902
 

PROCTOR, C.H. The Life of James Williams, Better Known As Professor Jim, for Half a Century Janitor of Trinity College
1873
 

PURVIS, ROBERT. Appeal of Forty Thousand Citizens, Threatened with Disfranchisement, to the People of Pennsylvania.
1838
 

PURVIS, ROBERT. A Tribute to the Memory of Thomas Shipley, the Philanthropist.
1836
 

QUIER, ARVINE C. Saw Mill Accounts. 1850-1860. (Supplied title). Sq. 8vo. Note Book. Contemp. marbled boards, calf spine. 210 pp. Ink & pencil. First ten pages overpasted with five color lithographic advertisements featuring Negroes, & five news clippings, also 3 more pages at end. Also one loose lithograph (7.5 x 9 in.) (untitled) depicting man in a nightcap grabbing a pistol and a man ringing a bell. Spine separating at bottom, cover worn, paper browned.
1850
 

RICHINGS, G.F. Evidences of Progress Among Colored People. Second Edition.
1896
 

ROPER, MOSES. Narrative of the Adventures and Escape of Moses Roper, from American Slavery. With an Appendix, Containing a List of Places Visited by the Author in Great Britain and Ireland and the British Isles; and Other Matter. Thirty-eighth thousand.
1848
 

RUFFIN, FRANK G. The Negro as a Political and Social Factor. [Wrapper title].
1888
 

RUSSELL, CHARLES THE Report of the Minority of the Committee Upon the Petitions of John T. Hilton and Others, Colored Citizens of Boston, Praying for the Abolition of the Smith School, and that Colored Children May be Permitted to Attend the Other Schools of the City. Submitted by…. Printed by Order of the School Committee.
1849
 

SHELDON, EDWARD BREW The Nigger. [Wrapper title only].
1909
 

SHERMAN, ELEAZER. The Narrative of Eleazer Sherman, Giving an Account of His Life, Experience, Calll to the Ministry of the Gospel, and Travels as such to the present time. Volume I.
1828
 

SHERMAN, ELEAZER. The Narrative of Eleazer Sherman, Giving an Account of His Life, Experience, Call to the Ministry of the Gospel, and Travels as such to the Present Time. Volumes I-III (all).
1832
 

SMITH, AMANDA. An Autobiography. The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith the Colored Evangelist. Containing an Account of Her Life Work of Faith, and Her Travels in America, England, Ireland, Scotland, India and Africa, as an Independent Missionary. With an Introduction by Bishop Thorburn, of India.
1893
 

SMITH, AMANDA. An Autobiography. The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith the Colored Evangelist. Containing an Account of Her Life Work of Faith, and Her Travels in America, England, Ireland, Scotland, India and Africa, as an Independent Missionary. With an Introduction by Bishop Thorburn, of India.
1893
 

SMITH, BENG'N! F. $150 Reward. [Caption title]. Broadside, 6" x 7.5."
1826
 

SMITH, GERRIT. One land indenture dated May 26, 1837 (folio), broken at the folds, with the signature of both Gerrit Smith and his wife Ann, conveying parcels in East Oswego, N.Y. to James Lyon; 1 1/2 pp. LS, dated May 16, 1838, accepting the same land back and foregoing all financial claims, dated May 1, 1838; ALS from James Lyon to Gerrit Smith, 1 p., 4to, dated at Oswego, Dec. 28, 1848, relative to the same parcel of land, noting that another portion of land was not properly conveyed, with extensive discussion; on the verso is a long letter in a nearly illegible hand from Smith, dated Jan. 1, 1849 re the complexities of the land dealings with James Lyon.
1837
 

SOUDER, CASPER JR. The Mysteries and Miseries of Philadelphia, as Exhibited and Illustrated by a Late Presentment of the Grand Jury, and by a Sketch of the Condition of the Most Degraded Classes in the City. Dedicated to the Citizens of Philadelphia.
1853
 

SPENCE, WILLIAM. The Radical Cause of the Present Distresses of the West-India Planters Pointed Out; and the Inefficiency of the Measures which have been hitherto proposed for relieving them, Demonstrated: with Remarks on the Publications of Sir William Young, Charles Bosanquet and Joseph Lowe; Relative to the Value of the West-India Trade.
1807
 

STEARNS, GEORGE L. Universal and Equal Suffrage, Tariff, Internal Revenue, Currency. [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1865
 

STOKES, ELIE WORTHIN Certificate with Seal & Signature of the Lord Bishop of Ripon, Permitting E.W. Stokes to Perform Divine Service and to Administer the Sacraments...Sept. 24, 1848. Signed by Ripon under the seal. Docketed.
1848
 

STOWE, HARRIET BEECH Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly. One Hundred and Seventy-Third Thousand.
1852
 

STROYER, JACOB. My Life in the South. New and Enlarged Edition.
1898
 

SUTCLIFF, ROBERT. Travels in Some Parts of North America, in the Years 1804, 1805, & 1806.
1812
 

SUTTON, THOMAS H. Typed letter, signed (with stamp) from Winston, N.C. Lawyer Thomas H. Sutton, to Col. S. McD. Tate of Morganton, N.C., dated March 24, 1892, requesting that Tate be prepared to support the city of Winston’s application to have the A & M College for the Colored Race located in Winston rather than Greensboro, N.C. 4to. 1 page. With the original envelope addressed to Tate.
1892
 

TAGGART, JOHN H. Pre Free Military School for Applicants for Command of Colored Troops...Established by the Philadelphia Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments. Rules for the Government of the free Military School, for Applicants for Command of Colored Troops. [Caption title.] 4to broadside.
1863
 

TRACY, JOSEPH. Colonization and Missions. A Historical Examination of the State of Society in Western Africa, as fomred by Paganism and Muhammedianism, Slavery, the Slave Trade, and Piracy, and of the Remedial Influence of Colonization and Missions. Fifth Edition, revised and enlarged.
1846
 

WARNER, SAMUEL. Authentic and Impartial Narrative of the Tragical Scene Which Was Witnessed in Southampton County (Virginia) on Monday the 22d of August Last, When Fifty-Five of its Inhabitants (mostly women and children) were inhumanly Massacred by the Blacks! Communicated by those who were eye witnesses of the bloody scene, and confirmed by the confessions of several of the Blacks while under Sentence of Death.
1831
 

WASHINGTON, BOOKER T The Future of the American Negro.
1899
 

WASHINGTON, BOOKER T The Negro in the South. His Economic Progress in Relation to His Moral and Religious Development.
1907
 

WEEKS, STEPHEN B. The History of Negro Suffrage in the South. Reprinted from Political Science Quarterly, Vol. IX, No. 4.
1894
 

WHITTIER, JOHN G. Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 6. Narrative of James Williams, an American Slave. [Caption title].
1838
 

WHITTIER. The Free Soil Minstrel.
1848
 

WIGGINS, THOMAS. Mother Dear Mother I Still Think of Thee. Sung by Blind Tom, at His Popular Concerts, with the Greatest Success.
1875
 

WIGGINS, THOMAS. Mother Dear Mother I Still Think of Thee. Sung by Blind Tom, at His Popular Concerts, with the Greatest Success.
1875
 

WIGGINS, THOMAS. Mother dear mother I still think of thee. As sung by Blind Tom. Respectfully Dedicated to Miss Rebecca Vasser.
1865
 

WILKESON, SAMUEL. Concise History of the Commencement, Progress and Present Condition of the Amiercan Colonies in Liberia. [Wrapper title].
1839
 

WILSON, JOSEPH T. The Black Phalanx; a History of the Negro Soldiers of the United States in the Wars of 1775-1812, 1861-'65. 56 Illustrations.
1888
 

WOOD, EPHRAIM ALBERT Officer’s Journal of a “Colored” Regiment. July 21-August 26, 1863. Charleston S.C. area--Folly’s Island. 23pp. 12mo. Includes a copy of Wood’s certificate of disability for discharge. Ink, slight browning, very good.
1863
 

WOODSIDE, JOHN W. Why Pat Was a Democrat, and Other Campaign Arguments, in Verse. [Wrapper title.]
1888
 

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