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The Seventh Annual Report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States. With an Appendix
1824
 

The Fifteenth Annual Report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States. With an Appendix.
1832
 

Annual Report of the Board of Managers...New-England Anti-Slavery Society (i.e. Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society). Third, sixth, eighth, ninth, eleventh.
1835
 

SENATE...No. 56. Report and Resolves on the Subject of Slavery. [Bastard title].
1836
 

SENATE...No. 57. Report of the Committee to whom was referred the Memorial of the Anti-Slavery Society. [Bastard title].
1836
 

Senate...No. 84. Resolutions Relating to the Abolition of Slavery. [Bastard title].
1837
 

Fifth-[Sixth] Annual Report of the Executive Committee...
1838
 

Extracts and Observations on the Foreign Slave Trade...
1839
 

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

Ninth Annual Report...Presented October 12, 1842.
1842
 

A Geographical Present: Being Descriptions of the Several Countries of Africa. Compiled from the Best Authorities. With Representations of the Various Inhabitants in Their Respective Costumes.
1831
 

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
 

Petition to Congress. To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States: The subscribers, citizens of the United States, residents of the town of_____in the State of____[Caption title & partial text]. Large 4to broadside, printed in three columns, docketed on back: "Memorial of Abolition Society."
1840
 

Proceedings of the Democratic Mass Meeting at Lancaster. October 8, 1856. [Caption title]. Folio broadside with text in five columns.
1856
 

New York Tribune, October 22, 1859.
1859
 

The Life, Trial and Execution of Captain John Brown, Known as "Old Brown of Ossawatomie," with a Full Account of the Attempted Insurrection at Harper's Ferry....Including Cooke's Confession, and All the Incidents of the Execution
1859
 

Probate Documents “Writ of Hire” of Frances A. and William A. Valentia, and Albert S. Killingsworth, Wards. Jefferson County. April-July 1858. Signed by Albert N. Ford, clerk, A.J. Scott, A.W. Sutpin, and Thomas S. Osteen, appraisers, J.M. Ellis, Judge. Blue legal paper, 8 x 12.5 in. 2 pp. Docket on verso. Folds, edges browned and slightly frayed, top page cut  2 in. shorter, no loss.
1858
 

Jacob Milligan, and John Cumine, Have entered into Copartnership, some Weeks past, under the Firm of Jacob Milligan, & Co. in the Vendue & Factorage Business...[Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside.
1783
 

Address of the Managers of the American Colonization Society, to the People of the United States...
1832
 

Address of the Managers of the American Colonization Society, to the People of the United States...
1832
 

Died, Near the South-Side Rail Road, on Sunday, April 9th, 1865, The Southern Confederacy, Aged Four Years....[Caption title & partial text]. Oblong 4to broadside on heavy stock with ornamental border. Fine.
1865
 

A Book for the Million! Now in Course of Publication, and will be Issued from the Press, on Monday, December 1853, Autographs For Freedom. Edited by Julia Griffiths. [Caption title]. Broadside circular, 10 ” X 7-5/8," printed on light blue paper. Old folds, a few marginal creases, &c. Very good. Manuscript docket, “Wanzer, Beardsley & Co./Jan’y 1854” on verso.
1853
 

The Paramount Question! Is the Existence of a Privileged Class Compatible with the Theoretical Equality of Republican Institutions? Caste: A Story of Republican Equality Will be Published on the 20th instant. [Caption title]. Broadside circular, 9” x 7." Single sheet folded to form two leaves, inner pages blank (save for ms. docket), with second page of print listing approximately 30 “Works in Press, to be issued during the Coming Season” by Phillips, Sampson on verso of second leaf. Old folds, some penciled figuring in margins of first page.
1855
 

Printed receipt, accomplished in manuscript, for a year’s subscription ($2) to The Emancipator. New-York, [Sept. 15] 183[8], signed by one S.F. Foster. 2” X 6-5/8”. Small piece (blank) torn from upper right corner, one tiny marginal tear. Very good.
1838
 

For the Twenty-Fifth National Anti-Slavery Subscription Anniversary, at the Music Hall, Boston, Wednesday Evening, January 26, 1859. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9” x 7," text in two columns within an ornamental border. Old folds, otherwise very good.
1859
 

Utica Observer-Extra. Monday, Oct. 19, 1835. At a large and respectable meeting…for the purpose of taking into consideration the resolution of the Common Council, passed last evening, granting permission for the holding of a State Abolition Convention in this place….[Caption title and partial text]. Broadside, 12” x 8," signed in type by Rudolph Snyder, President of the convention, and nine others, at conclusion. Sheet stained and very browned, some surface abrasions. Skillfully backed. Not an especially attractive copy, but sound and textually complete.
1835
 

Facts for the People. [Caption title]. Volume I, no 2 [ -3, -5, -7]. Altogether, 4 issues. 4to. 4 pages each, being pages: [5]-8; [9]-12; [17]-20; and [25]-28. Old folds with some separations but no significant loss, first two issues a bit dust-soiled, edgewear, &c., good only, but entirely sound. Each issue with ownership signature of J. Eliz. Jones, dated 1864 (or 1866).
1837
 

The Eleventh Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9-7/8” x 8," with integral blank leaf. Printed in two columns, signed in type at conclusion of text by 30 women, dated Boston, Feb. 8, 1844.
1844
 

Memorial of the Senators and Representatives, and the Constitution of the State of Kansas; Also, the Majority and Minority Reports of the Committee on Territories on the Said Constitution.
1856
 

British Opinions of the American Colonization Society.
1833
 

Marriage License and Certificate (on one sheet) for Former Slaves Andrew Jackson and Julia Marlow. 8 x 10 inches. Engraved certificate with elaborate borders in archival mat; creases where previously folded. 1 p. Warsaw, Kentucky. December 10, 1872.
1872
 

An Appeal to the Professors of Christianity, in the Southern States and Elsewhere, on the Subject of Slavery: By Representatives of the Yearly Meeting of Friends for New England.
1842
 

State of Maryland vs. Joel Fallowfield, Concerning the Murder of a Slave. "Based on Forfeited Recog. $200., Costs $1.25...A. A. Duhamel. Sheriff". Signed by John Palmer, Clerk. June 16, 1857. Half sheet, folded, 6.5" x 8.25". 1/2 p. Docketed. Browned, legible ink.
1857
 

James Tuthill's Will. Docketed: "Copy of James Tuthill's Will dated 9 Feby 1727". Sheet 13 x 16 inches, folded in half, 2 pp. Small rectangular cut out of back (likely blank) section of paper. Browned, folds, bright ink.
1727
 

H. Curtiss [sic] to Mr. Ira Button in Brandon, Vermont. Four (4) Page ALS. Cincinnati, Ohio, March 17, 1841. 10 x 15 inches. Sheets folded with integral address and postmark. Lightly browned, previous folds.
1841
 

Henry Ward Beecher and Theodore Parker. [From the Boston Liberator of Jan. 21, [1859]. Captiion title.
1859
 

Official Proceedings of the National Democratic Convention, Held at Cincinnati, June 2-6, 1856.
90516
 

{CHAPMAN, MARIA WEST The Liberty Bell. By Friends of Freedom.
1843
 

ADAMS, FRANCIS C. Our World: or, the Slaveholder's Daughter.
1855
 

ALDEN, J.W. October 12, 1843. Tract No. 6. The Tyrant Paupers; or, Where the Money Goes.
1843
 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Mr. Allen's Speech on Ministers Leaving a Moral Kingdom to Bear Testimony Against Sin; Liberty in Danger, from the Publication of Its Principles; the Constitution a Shield for Slavery; and the Union Better Than Freedom and Righteousness.
1838
 

AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVER Declaration of Sentiments of the...Adopted at the Formation of Said Society in Philadelphia, on the 4th Day of December, 1833. [Caption title].
1844
 

AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVER Proceedings...at Its Third Decade...
1864
 

AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVER Tracts [spine title]. (No. 1-12). Published without a general title-page.
1839
 

AMERICAN BOARD OF CO Report of the Committee on Anti-Slavery Memorials, September, 1845. With a Historical Statement of Previous Proceedings.
1845
 

AMERICAN COLONIZATIO Minutes of the Proceedings of the Thirteenth American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race...
1812
 

AMERICAN COLONIZATIO Report of the Naval Committee to the House of Representatives, August, 1850, in Favor of the Establishment of a Line of Mail Steamships to the Western Coast of Africa...Designed to Promote the Emigration of Free Persons of Color from the United States to Liberia...with an Appendix...
1850
 

AMES, JULIUS R. Ed.. "Liberty".
1837
 

ANDREW, JOHN A. Valedictory Address of His Excellency...to the Two Branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, January 4, 1866.
1866
 

ANDREWS, ETHAN A. Slavery and the Domestic Slave-Trade in the United States. In a Series of Letters Addressed to the Executive Committee of the American Union for the Relief and Improvement of the Colored Race.
1836
 

ANDREWS, S.P. Pitman's Phonography. (First and Second Styles.) [Caption title]. Broadside, 8" x 10". On blue paper.
1845
 

ANDREWS, S.P. First Lesson in Phonography. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside.
1847
 

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

ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEA The Phonographic Reader: a Complete Course of Inductive Reading Lessons in Phonography.
1846
 

ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEA The Phonographic Reader: a Complete Course of Inductive Reading Lessons in Phonography.
1846
 

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. Negroes and Religion. The Episcopal Church at the South. [Caption title].
1856
 

ANON. The Legion of Liberty! and Force of Truth...Second edition...Illustrated with engravings
1843
 

ANON. Essays on Slavery; Re-published from the Boston Recorder & Telegraph, for 1825. By Vigornius [pseud.], and Others.
1826
 

ANON. "What Has the North To Do With Slavery?" [Caption title].
1836
 

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

ANON. Slavery Indispensable to the Civilization of Africa.
1855
 

ANON. Leaven for Doughfaces; or Threescore and Ten Parables Touching Slavery. By a Former Resident of the South.
1856
 

ANON. The Agitation of Slavery. Who Commenced and Who Can End It? Buchanan and Fillmore Compared from the Record.
1856
 

ANON. The War and Slavery; or, Victory Only Through Emancipation.
1861
 

ANON. The Future of the Country. By a Patriot.
1864
 

ANON. Twenty Millions Thrown Away, and Slavery Perpetuated.
1830
 

ANON. Fellow Citizens of the Western Congressional District. [Caption title]. Tall 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1846
 

ANON. An Inquiry into the Condition and Prospects of the African Race in the United States: and the Means of Bettering Its Fortunes. By an American.
1839
 

ANON. Extracts from Remarks on Dr. Channing's Slavery, with Comments, by an Abolitionist.
1836
 

AUSTIN, JAMES T. Remarks on Dr. Channing's Slavery. By a Citizen of Massachusetts.
1835
 

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

BALLOU, ADIN. Violations of the Federal Constitution, in the "Irrepressible Conflict" Between the Pro-Slavery and Anti-Slavery Sentiments of the American People. A Lecture, Delivered in Sundry Places During January and February, 1861.
1861
 

BALLOU, ADIN. Liberty Chimes.
1845
 

BANKS, MARY ROSS. Bright Days in the Old Plantation Time. Illustrated by James H. Moser.
1882
 

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

BARKER, JACOB. The Rebellion: Its Consequences, and the Congressional Committee, Denominated the Reconstruction Committee, with their Action. By Investigator.
1866
 

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
 

BEARD, O.T. Bristling with Thorns. A Story of War and Reconstruction.
1884
 

BEECHER, CATHARINE E An Essay on Slavery and Abolitionism, with Reference to the Duty of American Females.
1837
 

BENEZET, ANTHONY Short Observations on Slavery, Introductory to some Extracts from the writing of Abbe Raynal, on that important Subject. [with] Notes on the Slave Trade. [Drop title.] [Phila.: Joseph Crukshank, 1781.] Bound with four other titles, one defective
1781
 

BENNET, WILLIAM C. The War Crisis: A Sermon...
1862
 

BERINGTON, SIMON. The Adventures of Signor Gaudentio di Lucca. Being the substance of his Examination before the Father of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy: Giving an Account of an Unknown Country, in the Midst of the Deserts of Africa, the Origin and Antiquity of the People, Their Religion, Customs, and Laws....Translated from the Italian.
1799
 

BIRNEY, J.G. The American Churches the Bulwarks of American Slavery. By an American. Enlarged by a Supplement.
1843
 

BIRNEY, JAMES G. The American Churches the Bulwarks of American Slavery. Third American Edition, Revised by the Author.
1885
 

BLAKE, W.O. The History of Slavery and the Slave Trade....The African Slave Trade and the Political History of Slavery in the United States.
1859
 

BLEBY, HENRY. Speech...on the Result of Emancipation in the British W.I. Colonies...
1858
 

BOURNE, GEORGE. A Condensed Anti-Slavery Bible Argument; By a Citizen of Virginia.
1845
 

BRADFORD, GAMALIEL. A Letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis, Peleg Sprague, and Richard Fletcher.
1836
 

BRANAGAN, THOMAS. Avenia, or a Tragical Poem, on the Oppression of the Human Species; and Infringement of the Rights of Man...a new edition--to which is added the Constitution of...Pennsylvania.
1810
 

BRISBANE, WILLIAM HE Slaveholding Examined in the Light of the Holy Bible.
1847
 

BROOKE, SAMUEL. Slavery, and the Slaveholder's Religion; as Opposed to Christianity.
1846
 

BROOKS, CHARLES. Some Reasons for the Immediate Establishment of a National System of Education for the United States.
1865
 

BROOM, W.W. Great and Grave Questions for American Politicians, with a Topic for America's Statesmen. By Eboracus.
1865
 

BROWN, DAVID PAUL. Eulogium Upon Wilberforce; with a Brief Incidental Review of the Subject of Colonization. Delivered, at the Request of the Abolition Society, March 10, 1834.
1834
 

BROWN, GOOLD. An Obituary Memoir of Robert F. Mott; Read Before the Literary Societies to Which He Belonged, and Published at Their Request.
1827
 

BROWN, JASON. ALS, 1 p., plus four lines, 4to., ink, Hudson, [Ohio], Feb. 2, 1845; "Dear Sister" [Ruth?]. Signed "J". Letter once torn into several pieces has been neatly repaired & silked. Small stain.
1845
 

BROWN, JOHN. Union and the Constitution!
1859
 

BROWN, JOHN. Testimony Taken Before the Select Committee, appointed by the United States Senate, to Inquire into the Facts and Circumstances Connected with the Invasion and Seizure of the Harper's Ferry Armory in October 1859. January 5, 1860.
1860
 

BROWN, JOHN. ALS, 1-1/2 pp., 4to, closely written in ink, on blue-gray paper, dated Springfield, Mass., 17th March 1848. To Simon Perkins ["Friend Perkins"]. Integral address leaf in Brown's hand with postmark. Hole in 2nd leaf not affecting text. Fine and legible.
1848
 

BROWN, JOHN. Provisional Constitution for the United States...Introduction by Boyd B. Stutler. ISBN 087730-001-1
1969
 

BROWN, OWEN. "Portage County to Owen Brown." Holograph 1 p. small 4to. document, in ink, possibly in the hand of Owen Brown, also signed by three judges attesting to the account. Accounts dated Sept. 27, Oct. 6 and Nov. 5, ca. 1850?
1850
 

BUNGAY, GEORGE W. Nebraska; a Poem, Personal and Political.
1854
 

BURLINGAME, ANSON. Defence of Massachusetts. Speech...in the United States House of Representatives, June 21, 1856.
1856
 

BURRITT, ELIHU. Elihu Burritt's Miscellaneous Writings. Second Edition.
1850
 

BURWELL, WILLIAM M. White Acre vs. Black Acre. A Case at Law. Reported by J.Q. Esq. [pseud.], a Retired Barrister, of Lincolnshire, England.
1856
 

BUSH, FAIRBANKS? The Slave's Lamentation. [and] The Hail (Hale) Storm. [Caption title]. Broadside, 15" x 7.5".
1848
 

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
 

CALDWELL, CHARLES. Thoughts on the Original Unity of the Human Race.
1852
 

CARBERY, EDWARD. Inducements to the Colored People of the United States to Emigrate to British Guiana...
1840
 

CAREY, H.C. The Slave Trade, Domestic and Foreign: Why It Exists, and How It May Be Extinguished.
1853
 

CAREY, MATHEW. Collectanea: Displaying the Rise and Progress of the Tarrif System of the United States: the Various Efforts Made from the Year 1819, to Establish the Protecting System; its Final Triumph in the Tariff of 1824; and its Prospective Abandonment by the Tariff of 1833. Also, The rise, progress and final triumph of Nullification...
1833
 

CASS, LEWIS. Holograph Letter, 1 p., 4to, an Ink Copy, from Lewis Cass in the Department of State, to Isaac Toucey, Secretary of the Navy, April 20, 1857, Concerning the Slave Trade Off Africa.
1857
 

CAULKINS, NEHEMIAH. Narrative of Nehemiah Caulkins, an Extract from "American Slavery, As It Is."
1849
 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM. American Slavery and Colour.
1857
 

CHANDLER, JOHN A. The Speech...in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the Policy of the State with Respect to Her Slave Population...
1832
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. Slavery.
1835
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. A Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, on the Annexation of Texas to the United States.
1837
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. The Duty of the Free States, or Remarks Suggested by the Case of the Creole.
1842
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. The Duty of the Free States, or Remarks Suggested by the Case of the Creole. [And] The Duty of the Free States. Second Part. Second Edition.
1842
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. Emancipation.
1840
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM EL Dr. Channing's Last Address, Delivered at Lenox, on the First of August, 1842, the Anniversary of Emancipation in the British West Indies.
1842
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. William Lloyd Garrison.
1913
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Memories and Milestones.
1915
 

CHAPMAN, MARIA W. Ed The Liberty Bell. By Friends of Freedom.
1858
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. The Sin of Slavery, the Guilt of the Church, and the Duty of the Ministry.
1858
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. The Guilt of Slavery and the Crime of Slaveholding, Demonstrated from the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures.
1860
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. The Guilt of Slavery and the Crime of Slaveholding, Demonstrated from the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures.
1860
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. Rights of the Coloured Race to Citizenship and Representation; and the Guilt and Consequences of Legislation Against Them. A Discourse...
1864
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. Protest Against the Robbery of the Colored Race by the Proposed Amendment of the Constitution.
1866
 

CHESNUTT, CHARLES W. The Conjure Woman.
1899
 

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
 

CHILD, DAVID L. Oration in Honor of Universal Emancipation in the British Empire...
1834
 

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, GEORGE W. Edi The Liberty Minstrel.
1845
 

CLARK, RUFUS W. A Review of the Rev. Moses Stuart's Pamphlet on Slavery, Entitled Conscience and the Constitution.
1850
 

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
 

CLARKSON, THOMAS Thoughts on the Necessity of Improving the Condition of the Slaves in the British Colonies, with a View to Their Ultimate Emancipation...
1823
 

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

CLAY, HENRY. Remarks of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, on Introducing His Propositions To Compromise on the Slavery Question. In the Senate of the United States, January 29, 1850. [Bound with:] CLAY. Speech...On taking up his Compromise Resolutions on the Subject of Slavery. Delivered in the Senate, Feb. 5th & 6th, 1850. (As Reported in the National Intelligencer.) New York: Stringer & Townsend, 1850. Together, two pamphlets.
1850
 

COCHIN, AUGUSTIN. The Results of Slavery. Translated by Mary L. Booth.
1863
 

COFFIN, JOSHUA. An Account of Some of the Principal Slave Insurrections...
1860
 

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

COLLINS, JOHN A. Right and Wrong Among the Abolitionists of the United States: or the Objects, Principles, and Measures of the Original American Anti-Slavery Society, Unchanged...with an Introductory Letter by Miss [Harriet] Martineau, and an Appendix...
1841
 

COLTON, CALVIN. The Junius Tracts. No. V. [Caption title.] Political Abolition. By Junius.
1844
 

COLWELL, STEPHEN. The Five Cotton States and New York; or, Remarks Upon the Social and Economical Aspects of the Southern Political Crisis.
1861
 

CONNECTICUT COLONIZA Second, Third and Fifth Annual Reports.
1829
 

CONVERSE, J.K. The History of Slavery, and Means of Elevating the African Race. A Discourse Delivred Before the Vermont Colonization Society, at Montpelier, Oct. 15, 1840.
1840
 

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
 

CRUMMELL, ALEX The Relations and Duties of Free Colored Men in America to Africa. A Letter to Charles B. Dunbar...
1861
 

CRUMMELL, ALEX The Relations and Duties of Free Colored Men in America to Africa. A Letter to Charles B. Dunbar...
1861
 

CUSTER, GEORGE ARMST To the Soldiers and Sailors Who Served in the Army and Navy of the United States During the Late Rebellion. [Caption title]. [Washington, August 19, 1866]. Broadside, 21.5" x 9." Printed in two columns.
1866
 

DANA, JAMES. The African Slave Trade. A Discourse Delivered in the City of New-Haven, September 9, 1790, Before the Connecticut Society for the Promotion of Freedom.
1791
 

DAVIS, JEFFERSON. President's Message. [Caption title.]
1864
 

DAVIS, JEFFERSON. Relations of States. Speech...Delivered in the Senate...
1860
 

De BOW, JAMES D. B., The Interest in Slavery of the Southern Non-Slaveholder. The Right of Peaceful Secession. Slavery in the Bible.
1860
 

DEWEES, JACOB The Great Future of America and Africa; an Essay Showing Our Whole Duty to the Black Man...
1854
 

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 !, STEPHEN Kansas, Utah, and the Dred Scott Decision. Remarks...
1857
 

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
 

DRAYTON, DANIEL. Personal Memoir of...For Four Years and Four Months a Prisoner (for Charity's Sake) in Washington Jail. Including a Narrative of the Voyage and Capture of the Schooner Pearl.
1854
 

DRAYTON, DANIEL. Personal Memoir of...For Four Years and Four Months a Prisoner (for Charity's Sake) in Washington Jail. Including a Narrative of the Voyage and Capture of the Schooner Pearl.
1856
 

DRESSER, AMOS. The Narrative of...with Stone's Letters from Natchez--an Obituary Notice of the Writer, and Two Letters from Tallahassee...
1836
 

DUNKLE, JOHN J. Prison Life During the Rebellion. Being a Brief Narrative of the Miseries and Sufferings of Six Hundred Confederate Prisoners Sent from Fort Delaware to Morris' Island to be Punished. Written by Fritz Fuzzlebug; One of Their Number.
1869
 

DWIGHT, THEODORE. An Oration, Spoken Before "The Connecticut Society, for the Promotion of Freedom and the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage"...
1794
 

DYE, JOHN SMITH. The Adder's Den; or Secrets of the Great Conspiracy to Overthrow Liberty in America. Depravity of Slavery: Two Presidents Secretly Assassinated by Poison...
1864
 

ELLIOTT, Rev. CHARLE The Bible and Slavery: in which the Abrahamic and Mosaic Discipline Is Considered in Connection with the Most Ancient Forms of Slavery; and the Pauline Code of Slavery as Related to Roman Slavery and the Discipline of the Apostolic Churches.
1863
 

ELMORE, JAMES BUCHAN Twenty-Five Years in Jackville. A Romance in the Days of "The Golden Circle" and Selected Poems.
1904
 

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
 

ESTES, MATTHEW. A Defence of Negro Slavery, As It Exists in the United States.
1846
 

EVERETT, EDWARD. The Great Issues Now Before the Country. An Oration...
1861
 

FAULKNER, CHARLES J. To the Voters of Frederick County. Fellow Citizens:--I have consented to have my name placed before you, as a candidate to represent you in the next congress of the United States [Caption title & partial text]. 4to. broadside. Printed in two columns, signed in type by Charles J. Faulkner at Winchester, dated March 8, 1833, at conclusion. Lightly dust-soiled, pale stain affecting perhaps one-third of the left-hand margin and column of text. Neatly silked on verso. Withal, about very good.
1833
 

FAULKNER, CHARLES JA The Speech of Charles Jas. Faulkner, (of Berkeley) in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the Policy of the State with Respect to Her Slave Population. Delivered January 20, 1832.
1832
 

FISHER, S.G. Kanzas and the Constitution. By "Cecil."
1856
 

FITZHUGH, GEORGE. Cannibals All! Or, Slaves Without Masters.
1857
 

FORBES, HUGH. Four Lectures Upon Recent Events in Italy: Delivered in New-York University... March, 1851.
1851
 

FOSTER, STEPHEN S. The Brotherhood of Thieves, or a True Picture of the American Church and Clergy.
1843
 

FOSTER, STEPHEN S. The Brotherhood of Thieves; or, a True Picture of the American Church and Clergy: a Letter to Nathaniel Barney, of Nantucket.
1884
 

FOX, MARY ANNA George Allen. The Only Son.
1847
 

FOX, MARY ANNA George Allen. The Only Son.
1835
 

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

FULLER, RICHARD & FR Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution...
1845
 

FULLER, RICHARD & FR Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution...
1847
 

FULLER, RICHARD & FR Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution...Revised and Corrected by the Authors.
1845
 

FURNESS, W.H. The Right of Property in Man. A Discourse...
1859
 

GALES, JOSEPH. The Past, the Present, and the Future.
1851
 

GARRISON, W.L. Constitution of the New-England Anti-Slavery Society: with an Address to the Public.
1832
 

GARRISON, W.L. Selections from the Writings and Speeches of William Lloyd Garrison. With an Appendix.
1852
 

GARRISON, W.L. Constitution of the New-England Anti-Slavery Society: with an Address to the Public.
1832
 

GARRISON, W.L. Compi The Spirit of the South Towards Northern Freemen and Soldiers Defending the American Flag Against Traitors of the Deepest Dye.
1861
 

GARRISON, WILLIAM L. The New "Reign of Terror" in the Slaveholding States, for 1859-60.
1860
 

GARRISON, WILLIAM LL Sonnets and Other Poems.
1843
 

GARRISON, WILLIAM LL The "Infidelity" of Abolitionism.
1860
 

GARRISON, WILLIAM LL Letter To Louis Kossuth, Concerning Freedom and Slavery in the United States. In Behalf of the American Anti-Slavery Society.
1852
 

GARRISON, WM. LLOYD. Lectures of George Thompson....A Brief History of His Connection with the Anti-Slavery Cause in England.
1836
 

GARRISON, WM. LLOYD. West India Emancipation. A Speech...Delived at Abington, Mass., on the First Day of August, 1854.
1854
 

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
 

GIDDINGS, JOSHUA R. Speech of the Hon.... of Ohio, Delivered in the House of Representatives, Concord, N.H., on the Evening of June 29, 1847. Proceedings of the N.H. Legislature, on the Subject of Slavery, at the June Session, 1847.
1847
 

GOODELL, WILLIAM Come-Outerism. The Duty of Secession from a Corrupt Church.
1845
 

GRAYSON, WILLIAM J The Hireling and the Slave, Chicora, and Other Poems.
1856
 

GREEN, BERIAH. Things for Northern Men to Do: a Discourse...July 17, 1836...
1836
 

GREEN, BERIAH. Sermons and Other Discourses. With Brief Biographical Hints.
1860
 

GRIFFIN, EDWARD D. A Plea for Africa. A Sermon Preached October 26, 1817...before the Synod of New-York and New Jersey, at the Request of the Board of Directors of the African School Established by the Synod.
1817
 

GRIMES, P. A Rumphes in Topet. Truth and Conviction. [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside.
1863
 

GRIMKE, THOMAS. Bound Volume of Fifteen (15) Works, 1829-33, on Nullification, Pacifism and Religion, including two referred to by Merle Curti, writing in DAB, quoted below.
1829
 

GROSVENOR, CYRUS PIT Address Before the Anti-Slavery Society of Salem and the Vicinity, in the South Meeting-House, in Salem, February 24, 1834.
1834
 

GURLEY, R.R. Mission to England, in Behalf of the American Colonization Society.
1841
 

GURLEY, RALPH R. Address at the Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Colonization Society, November 11, 1839.
1839
 

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
 

HAMMOND, JAMES HENRY Tract No. 3. To the People of the South. Senator Hammond and the Tribune. By Troup [pseud.].
1860
 

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

HARRISON, JESSE BURT Review of the Slave Question...Based on the Speech of Th. Marshall, of Fauquier: Showing That Slavery Is the Essential Hindrance to the Prosperity of the Slave-Holding States; With Particular Reference to Virginia. Though applicable to other States where Slavery exists. By a Virginian.
1833
 

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
 

HEBBARD, WILLIAM W. The Night of Freedom: An Appeal in Verse, Against the Great Crime of Our Country, Human Bondage.
1857
 

HELPER, HINTON R. The Land of Gold. Reality Versus Fiction.
1855
 

HERNDON, WILLIAM H. Herndon's Lincoln: The True Story of a Great Life...
1889
 

HERRICK, H.W. "Reading the Emancipation Proclamation." [Caption title]. Medium folio engraving with suitable margins, small vignette of Lincoln in title. Engraved by J.W. Watts. Old walnut frame.
1864
 

HEYRICK, ELIZABETH. Immediate, Not Gradual Abolition; or, an Inquiry into the shortest, safest, and most effectual means of getting rid of West Indian Slavery.
1825
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD The White Slave: or, Memoirs of a Fugitive. A Story of Slave Life in Virginia, Etc. First English Illustrated Edition. With Eight Engravings.
1852
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD. The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive...
1852
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD. Despotism in America; or an Inquiry into the Nature and Results of the Slave-Holding System in the United States.
1840
 

HILDRETH, RICHARD. Despotism in America; or an Inquiry into the Nature and Results of the Slave-Holding System in the United States.
1840
 

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
 

HODGE, CHARLES. The State of the Country. From the Princeton Review, January, 1861. [Caption title].
1861
 

HOPKINS, JOHN H. Letter from...on the Bible View of Slavery. [Wrapper title].
1861
 

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

HOWARD, BENJAMIN C. Report of the Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, and the Opinions of the Judges Thereof, in the Case of Dred Scott versus John F.A. Sandford. December Term, 1856.
1857
 

HOWARD, JAS. H.W. Bond and Free; a True Tale of Slave Times.
1886
 

HOWARD, O.O. Report...to the Secretary of War, October 20, 1869.
1869
 

HUBBARD, JOHN C. A Brief Political History of the Rise and Fall of the Free Institutions of the United States of America....
1873
 

HUTCHINSON, JESSE Ju "Get Off the Track!" A song for Emancipation, Sung by The Hutchinsons...
1844
 

HUTCHINSON, JESSE Ju "Get Off the Track!" A song for Emancipation, Sung by The Hutchinsons...
1844
 

JACKSON, DANIEL. Religious Experience, Call to the Ministry, and Gospel Labors...Including Many Incidents of Pastoral Life, and His Southern Visit in Tennessee...In Two Parts...
1859
 

JACKSON, FRANCIS & M "At a full meeting of some of the warmest advocates of the Anti-Slavery cause in Boston & the adjacent towns..."
1843
 

JAY, WILLIAM A View of the Action of the Federal Government, in Behalf of Slavery.
1839
 

JAY, WILLIAM. A View of the Action of the Federal Government, in Behalf of Slavery.
1839
 

JOHNSON, ANDREW. Proclamation by the President! [Caption title]. Broadside, 7.75" x 5".
1865
 

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

JOHNSON, JAMES WELDO The Book of American Negro Poetry. Chosen and Edited with an Essay on the Negro's Creative Genius.
1922
 

JOHNSON, JAMES WELDO God's Trombones. Seven Negro Sermons in Verse. Drawings by Aaron Douglas. Lettering by C.B. Falls.
1927
 

JOHNSON, OLIVER. The Abolitionists Vindicated in a Review of Eli Thayer's Paper on the New England Emigrant Aid Company.
1887
 

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
 

JOLLIFFE, JOHN. Chattanooga.
1858
 

JONES. A Letter to Ella Nora Jones. About John Brown. [Caption title.] Broadside, 6" x 12", printed in two columns. Backed.
1859
 

KELLEY, PHILLIPS and Equality of All Men before the Law Claimed and Defended; in Speeches by Hon. William D. Kelly, Wendell Phillips, and Frederick Douglass, and Letters from Elizur Wright and Wm. Heighton.
1865
 

KELLEY, WILLIAM D. Why Colored People in Philadelphia are Excluded from the Street Cars.
1866
 

KENNEDY, JOHN H. Sympathy, Its Foundation and Legitimate Exercise Considered, in Special Relation to Africa: a Discourse Delivered in the Fourth of July 1828, in the Sixth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia.
1828
 

KETCHUM, HIRAM. An Oration, delivered on the Public Square at New Haven, at the Request of Its Citizens, July 4, 1851.
1851
 

KETTELL, THOMAS PREN Southern Wealth and Northern Profits, as Exhibited in Statistical Facts and Official Figures: showing the Necessity of Union to the Future Prosperity and Welfare of the Republic.
1860
 

KNEELAND, ABNER. An Oration, Delivered July 4, 1826, Being the Semicentural Anniversary of the Independence of the United States of America; Before the Societies Assembled to Celebrate the Day.
1826
 

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

LATROBE, C.I. Journal of a Visit to South Africa, in 1815 and 1816. With some account of the missionary settlements of the United Brethern, near the Cape of Good Hope.
1818
 

LATROBE, J.H.B. African Colonization--Its Principles and Aims. Oration...
1859
 

LAWTON, EDWARD. Lectures on Science, Politics, Morals, and Society.
1862
 

LEEDS ANTI-SLAVERY A To the Friends of Freedom [a proposal to offer a prize for an essay on "the sinfulness of slavery; the best mode of terminating it..."
1854
 

LEES, THOMAS J. The Musings of Carol; Containing an Essay on Liberty: The Desperado, a Tale of the Ocean, and Other Original Poems.
1831
 

LEIGH, CHARLES C. De Vrijemaakte Slaven van Noord-Amerika....
1865
 

LEWIS, JOHN W. The Life, Labors, and Travels of Elder Charles Bowles, of the Free Will Baptist Denomination, together with an Essay on the Character and Condition of the African Race by the Same; also an Essay on the Fugitive Law...by Arthur Dearing.
1852
 

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

LINCOLN FREEDMEN'S A Sixth Annual Report...Oct. 7, 1869.
1869
 

LINCOLN. Proclamation of Emancipation. [Caption title].
1865
 

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WA Poems on Slavery. Third Edition.
1843
 

LONGSTREET, A.B. A Voice from the South: Comprising Letters from Georgia to Massachusetts, and to the Southern States. With an Appendix...
1847
 

LORD, JOHN C. "The Higher Law" In Its Application to the Fugitive Slave Bill. A Sermon on the Duties Men Owe to God and to Governments. Delivered at the Central Presbyterian Church, on Thanksgiving Day.
1851
 

LORD, NATHAN. A True Picture of Abolition.
1863
 

LOUNSBURY, THOMAS. Pro-Slavery Overthrown; and the True Principles of Abolitionism Declared. Or a Series of Lectures in Answer to the Question "What Do the Scriptures Teach on the Subject of Slavery." Second Edition.
1847
 

LOVEJOY, J.C. Memoir of Rev. Charles T. Torrey, Who Died in the Penitentiary of Maryland, Where He Was Confined for Showing Mercy to the Poor.
1847
 

LOVEJOY, JOSEPH C. a Memoir of the Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy; Who Was Murdered in Defence of the Liberty of the Press, at Alton, Illinois, Nov. 7, 1837. With an Introduction by John Quincy Adams.
1838
 

LOYAL PUBLICATION SO No. 18. Opinions of the Early Presidents, and of the Fathers of the Republic, Upon Slavery, and Upon Men as Soldiers.
1863
 

LUNDY, BENJAMIN. The War in Texas; a Review of Facts and Circumstances, Showing that This Contest Is a Crusade Against Mexico, Set on Foot and Supported by Slaveholders, Land-Speculators &c. In Order to Re-Establish, Extend, and Perpetuate the System of Slavery and the Slave Trade.
1837
 

LUNDY, BENJAMIN. The Poetical Works of Elizabeth Margaret Chandler: with a Memoir of Her Life and Character.
1836
 

LUNDY, BENJAMIN. The Origin and True Causes of the Texas Insurrection, Commenced in the Year 1835. [Caption title].
1836
 

LYMAN, THEODORE III. Papers Relating to the Garrison Mob.
1870
 

M'LEOD, ALEXANDER Negro Slavery Unjustifiable. A Discourse.
1804
 

MACON, NATHANIEL. Speech...on the Restriction of Slavery in Missouri. [Caption title].
1820
 

MARTINEAU, HARRIET. The Martyr Age of the United States.
1839
 

MARTINEAU, HARRIET. The Martyr Age of the United States of America, with an Appeal on Behalf of the Oberlin Institute in Aid of the Abolition of Slavery...
1840
 

MASSACHUSETTS ANTI-S Tenth Annual Report of the Board of Managers...with an Appendix.
1842
 

MASSACHUSETTS ANTI-S "Dear Friend--You doubtless recollect the determination of the members...to raise an Agency Fund, for the support of Lecturers..." [Caption title].
1846
 

MASSACHUSETTS ANTI-S Ninth Annual Report of the Board of Managers...with an Appendix.
1841
 

MASSACHUSETTS ANTI-S An Account of the Interviews Which Took Place on the Fourth and Eighth of March Between a Committee of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, and the Committee of the Legislature.
1836
 

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
 

MAY, SAMUEL J. A Discourse on Slavery in the United States, Delivered in Brooklyn, [Conn.], July 3, 1831.
1832
 

MAY, SAMUEL. The Fugitive Slave Law, and Its Victims. [Caption title.]
1866
 

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
 

McCORD, DAVID JAMES. Africans At Home. From the Fortcoming Number of "Southern Quarterly Review." In Advance. [Wrapper title].
1854
 

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
 

MILES, WILLIAM P. Republican Government Not Everywhere and Always the Best; and Liberty Not the Birth-right of Mankind. An Address...
1852
 

MISSISSIPPI FRIENDS Address of the Committee Appointed by the Friends of Southern Rights to the People of Mississippi, December 10th, 1850. Published by Order of the Central Rights Association.
1850
 

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
 

NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S First Annual Report...New York, February 19th, 1863. [Caption title].
1863
 

NEW ENGLAND FREEDMEN Invitational Circular.
1864
 

NEW HAMPSHIRE ANTI-S First Annual Report...Presented at a Meeting of the Society...June 4, 1835.
1835
 

NEW YORK STATE COLON African Colonization. Proceedings, on the Formation of the...Together with an Address to the Public, from the Managers Thereof.
1829
 

NOTT, SAMUEL. Slavery, and the Remedy; or Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code.
1856
 

NOTT, SAMUEL. Slavery, and the Remedy; or Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code. Fifth Edition: With a Review of the Decision of the Supreme Court in the Case of Dred Scott.
1857
 

OHIO ANTI-SLAVERY SO Narrative of the Late Riotous Proceedings Against the Liberty of the Press, in Cincinnati. With Remarks and Historical Notices, Relating to Emancipation.
1836
 

OWEN, ROBERT DALE. The Wrong of Slavery the Right of Emancipation and the Future of the African Race in the United States.
1864
 

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

PALFREY, J.G. Speech...on the Political Aspect of the Slave Question.
1848
 

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

PALMER, BENJAMIN M. The South: Her Peril and Her Duty. A Discourse, Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, New Orleans...November 29, 1860. [Wrapper title].
1860
 

PALMER, JOHN M. ?. "Chronicles of Nipmug." Political satire signed “Palmer, January 31, 1852”. 6 pp, 6” x 7.5”. Lined paper, well browned, tears and small holes at folds, few spots. Ink, legible hand.
1852
 

PARK, JOHN W. A.L.S., 3 full 4to pages, written in ink, very legible, from John W. Park, of Spring Hill, Arkansas, to Edward B. Hicks, Lawrenceville, Brunswick County, Virginia, with stamped oval postal mark Nov. 14, ("25" hand written), Washington, Ark.
1840
 

PARKER, JUDGE. Alexander Pilcher vs. William Spencer. Unsigned Holograph Transcript of Document in Virginia Law Case, April 1833, Circuit Inferior Court of Law and Chancery, Wood County, Virginia (now West Virginia). 4to. Ink. Folded. Waterstains, browned, slight tears at folds, edges frayed.
1833
 

PARSONS, THEOPHILUS. Slavery. Its Origin, Influence, and Destiny.
1863
 

PAULDING, J.K. Slavery in the United States.
1836
 

PAYNE, BUCKER H. The Negro: What Is His Ethnological Status? Is He the Progeny of Ham?...a Descendent of Adam and Eve? Has He a Soul? Or, Is He a Beast in God's Nomenclature? What Is His Status as Fixed by God?...What Is His Relation to the White Race? By Ariel [pseud.] Second Edition.
1867
 

PAYNE, BUCKER H. The Negro: What Is His Ethnological Status?...By Ariel. Third Edition.
1876
 

PEABODY, EPHRIAM. Slavery in the United States: Its Evils, Alleviations, and Remedies.
1851
 

PEISSNER, ELIAS?. The Union: Being a Condemnation of Mr. Helper's Scheme, with a Plan for the Settlement of the "Irrepressible Conflict." By One Who Has Considered Both Sides of the Question.
1857
 

PELLETAN, EUGENE. An Address to King Cotton...translated by Leander Starr. [Wrapper title].
1863
 

PHELPS, AMOS A. Lectures on Slavery and Its Remedy.
1834
 

PHILLIPS, JOSEPH. West India Question. The Outline of a Plan for the Total, Immediate, and Safe Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Colonies.
1833
 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM. The Conquest of Kansas, by Missouri and Her Allies...
1856
 

PIKE, JAMES S. The Prostrate State: South Carolina Under Negro Government.
1874
 

PLUMB, DAVID. The Slaveholder's Rebellion.
1865
 

PRIEST, JOSIAH. Slavery, As It Relates to the Negro, or African Race, Examined in the Light of Circumstances, History and the Holy Scriptures; with an Account of the Origin of the Black Man's Color, Causes of His State of Servitude and Traces of His Character as Well in Ancient as in Modern Times: with Strictures on Abolitionism. Embellished with Engravings.
1843
 

PRIEST, JOSIAH. Bible Defence of Slavery. A Faithful Exposition of that System of Pseudo Philanthropy, or Fanaticism, Ycleft Modern Abolitionism, which Threatens to Dissolve the Union; and Proposing a Plan of National Colonization, Adequate to the Removal of the Entire Free Black Population of the United States...
1852
 

PRINCE, MRS. NANCY A Narrative of the Life and Travels.
1850
 

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
 

QUAKERS. An Exposition of the African Slave Trade, from 1840-50...
1851
 

QUINCY, EDMUND. Where Will It End? A View of Slavery in the United States in Its Aggressions and Results. A Communication Supposed to be Made by a Leading Democrat Living in "Egypt" or Southern Illinois...
1863
 

QUINCY, JOSIAH. Address Illustrative of the Nature and Power of the Slave States, and the Duties of the Free States...
1856
 

QUINCY, JOSIAH. Address Illustrative of the Nature and Power of the Slave States, and the Duties of the Free States...
1856
 

QUINCY, JOSIAH. Address Illustrative of the Nature and Power of the Slave States, and the Duties of the Free States...June 5, 1856. Altered and Enlarged since Delivery.
1856
 

QUITMAN, JOHN A. Governor's Message, Delivered at a Called Session of the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, November 18th, 1850. [Caption title].
1850
 

READ, W. GEORGE. Letters of the Late Bishop England to the Hon. John Forsyth, on the Subject of Domestic Slavery...the African Slave Trade...
1844
 

REDPATH, JAMES. The Public Life of Capt. John Brown...with an Auto-Biography of His Childhood and Youth.
1860
 

REESE, DAVID M. Letters to the Hon. William Jay, Being a Reply to His "Inquiry into the American Colonization and American Anti-Slavery Societies."
1835
 

REESE, DAVID M. A Brief Review of the "First Annual Report of the American Anti-Slavery Society, with the Speeches Delivered at the Anniversary Meeting, May 6th, 1834." Addressed to the People of the United States.
1834
 

REESE, DAVID M. A Brief Review of the "First Annual Report of the American Anti-Slavery Society, with the Speeches Delivered at the Anniversary Meeting, May 6th, 1834." Addressed to the People of the United States.
1834
 

REESE, DAVID MEREDIT Humbugs of New-York: Being a Remonstrance Against Popular Delusion; Whether in Science, Philosophy, or Religion.
1838
 

REEVES, J.L. Four Notebooks of J.L. Reeves. 1850 to 1855. Gloucester, Greenwich, New Jersey. 66 pp. total. (1) Cash Expense Book. 1850. 6.5 x 7.75 inches. 21 pp. Printed paper covers with engraving of Indian attacking a maiden. (2) Provisions 1852, 1853. Printed paper covers with engraving of Indian attacking a maiden. 6.25 x 7.5 inches, 18 pp. (3) Market receipts. 1854. "J.L. Reeves" on inside front cover. Printed paper covers with engraving of tax collector or landlord approaching a family. 6.25 x 7.5 inches, 12 pp. (4) Market receipts. 1855. 6.25 x 8.25 inches. Teacher's copy book engraving on cover. Cow engraving on verso. 15 pp. All browned, corner wear, pages intact. Ink bright.
1850
 

ROBINSON, CYRUS. A Few Leaves from Father Robinson's Scrap-Book.
1866
 

ROBINSON, MARIUS R.
1859
 

ROGERS, EDWARD COIT. Letters on Slavery, Addressed to the Pro-Slavery Men of America; Showing Its Illegality in all Ages and Nations: Its Destructive War Upon Society and Government, Morals and Religion. By O.S. Freeman (pseud.).
1855
 

ROOT, DAVID Liberty of Speech and of the Press. A Thanksgiving Sermon. Delivered November 26, 1835, to the Congregational Church & Society in Dover, N.H
1835
 

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, EDMUND. Anticipations of the Future, to Serve as Lessons for the Present Time. In the Form of Extracts of Letters from an English Resident in the United States, to the London Times, from 1864 to 1870. With an Appendix, on the Causes and Consequences of the Independence of the South.
1860
 

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

SANBORN, FRANKLIN B. Emancipation in the West Indies.
1862
 

SCOBLE, JOHN. American Slavery. Address of the Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society to the...Members of the Free Church of Scotland. [Caption title].
1845
 

SEABURY, SAMUEL. American Slavery Distinguished from the Slavery of English Theorists, and Justified by the Law of Nature.
1861
 

SEWELL, WM. G. The Ordeal of Free Labor in the British West Indies.
1861
 

SEYS, JOHN Editor. AFRICA'S LUMINARY. Vol. 2, No. 3. April 17, 1840.
1840
 

SHEED, J.J. A Letter from a Gentleman in Baltimore, to His Friend in...New York, on the Subject of Slavery.
1841
 

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
 

SMALL, J. An Inquiry into the Nature and Character of Ancient and Modern Slavery. To which is added a Brief Review of a Book Entitled, Testimony of God Against Slavery, by Rev. La Roy Sunderland.
1836
 

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, E. An Inquiry into Scriptural and Ancient Servitude, in which it is shown that neither was Chattel Slavery; with the Remedy for American Slavery.
1852
 

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
 

SMITH, GERRIT. To the Religious Newspaper Reviewers of My Recent Discourse. [Caption title.] 4to Broadsheet.
1859
 

SMITH, GERRIT. Report from the County of Madison, [New York] to Abolitionists...[Caption title.] Folio leaflet.
1843
 

SMITH, GERRIT. Gerrit Smith and the Vigilant Association of the City of New York.
1860
 

SMITH, GERRIT. One (1) p. ALS to Prof. [Alexander] Twining of Middlebury, Vermont, Regretting that Due to Illnesses and Financial Liabilities He Is Unable to Help the School. Peterboro, [New York]. February 21, 1840. Written on verso of circular "Letter of Gerrit Smith to President Schmucker," Concerning the Character of the American Colonization Society, Peterboro, June 19, 1838. 13 x16 in., folded in half, printed, 2 pp. Folded with integral address, postmarked. Small tears at folds, slightly browned, very good.
1840
 

SMITH, GERRIT. Speech of Gerrit Smith (To His Neighbors,) In Peterboro, N.Y., June 22d, 1872. [Caption title].
1872
 

SMITH, SAMUEL S. An Essay on the Causes of the Variety of Complexion and Figure in the Human Species. To which are added, Animadversions on Certain Remarks made on the first edition...the second edition, enlarged and improved.
1810
 

SMITH, WILLIAM. Lectures on the Philosophy and Practice of Slavery, as Exhibited in the Institution of Domestic Slavery in the United States: with the Duties of Masters to Slaves. Edited by Thomas O. Summers.
1857
 

SMYLIE, JAMES. Bill of Sale of Negro Man “George” by James Smylie, Guardian of John Cotten and James Cotten, to Thomas Cotten of Natchez. March 6, 1813. Docketed “Bill Sale Negro man”. Signed James Smylie, witnessed James Cotten. Sheet 7.5 x 10 inches. 1 p. Ink. Separated at folds, archival tape repairs, bottom edge ragged.
1813
 

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
 

SOUTHWOOD, MARION. Tit for Tat. A Novel. By a Lady of New Orleans.
1856
 

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
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. Address of the Free Constitutionalists to the People of the United States.
1860
 

STANLY, EDWARD. Speech...in Reply to Dr. Duncan, of Ohio; the Defender of the Administration; the "Dear Sir" of Levi Woodbury, and the Pet of the Globe; in which the Anti-Slavery Letter of Dr. Duncan is examined. [Caption title].
1839
 

STANTON, HENRY B. Debate at the Lane Seminary, Cincinnati. Speech of James A. Thome, of Kentucky, Delivered at the Annual Meeting of the American Anti-Slavery Society, May 6, 1834. Letter of the Rev. Dr. Samuel H. Cox, Against the American Colonization Society.
1834
 

STANTON, HENRY B. Northern Rights! [Letters printed 2" & 2-1/4" tall]. H.B. Stanton, Esq. Will address the people of Salem and vicinity...on the True Interests of the Government in relation to a Tariff and the Currency...the principles and objects of the Liberty Party movement....Salem, Nov. 30, 1842 [dated crossed out in ink, holograph date inserted, Friday, Feby. 10, 1843]. Broadside, 12" x 17."
1842
 

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

STEBBINS, G.B. Facts and Opinions Touching the Real Origin, Character, and Influence of the American Colonization Society: Views of Wilberforce, Clarkson, and Others, and Opinions of the Free People of Color of the United States. Preface by Hon. William Jay.
1853
 

STONE, THOMAS T. The Martyr of Freedom. A Discourse Delivered at East Machias, [Maine], November 30, and at Machias, December 7, 1837.
1838
 

STOWE, HARRIET B. Uncle Tom's Cabin, or Life Among the Lowly.
1852
 

STOWE, HARRIET BEECH Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Negro Life in the Slave States of America. Complete Edition.
1853
 

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
 

STUART, CHARLES The West India Question. Immediate Emancipation Would Be Safe for the Masters;--Profitable for the Masters;--Happy for the Slaves...an Outline for Immediate Emancipation; and Remarks on Compensation
1833
 

SUMNER, CHARLES. White Slavery in the Barbary States. A Lecture...
1847
 

SUMNER, CHARLES. The Crime Against Kansas. The Apologies for the Crime. The True Remedy. Speech...in the Senate of the United States, 19th and 20th May, 1856.
1856
 

SUMNER, CHARLES. The Rebellion: Its Origin and Main Spring. An Oration...
1861
 

SUMNER, CHARLES. Union and Peace! How They Shall Be Restored. Speech...[Caption title].
1861
 

SUMNER, CHARLES. The Crime Against Kansas. The Apologies for the Crime. The True Remedy. Speech...in the Senate of the United States, 19th and 20th May, 1856.
1856
 

SUMNER, CHARLES. Slavery and the Rebellion, One and Inseparable. Speech ... Before the New York Young Men's Republican Union, at Cooper Institute, New York, on the Afternoon of November 5, 1864.
1864
 

SUNDERLAND, LA ROY. Anti-Slavery Manual, Containing a Collection of Facts and Arguments on American Slavery. Second Edition--Improved.
1837
 

TAPPAN, LEWIS and H. Human Rights--Extra. Office of the American Anti-Slavery Society, New-York, Feb. 11, 1839. [Caption title.] Small folio broadsheet.
1839
 

THOMAS, BENJAMIN F. A Few Suggestions Upon the Personal Liberty Law and "Secession" (So Called)...
1861
 

THOMAS, WILLIAM. The Enemies of the Constitution Discovered, or, an Inquiry into the Origin and Tendency of Popular Violence. Containing a Complete and Circumstantial Account of the Unlawful Proceedings at the City of Utica, October 21st, 1835; the Dispersion of the State Anti-Slavery Convention by the Agitators, the Destruction of a Democratic Press, and the Causes Which Led Thereto. Together with a Concise Treatise on the Practice of the Court of His Honor Judge Lynch....by Defensor.
1835
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. Prison Life and Reflections; or, a Narrative of the Arrest, Trial, Conviction, Imprisonment...of Wor, Burr, and Thompson, Who Suffered an Unjust and Cruel Imprisonment in Missouri Penitentiary, for Attemptingt to Aid Some Slaves to Liberty. Three Parts in One.
1851
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. Thompson in Africa: or, an Account of the Missionary Labors, Sufferings, Travels, and Observations, in Western Africa, at the Mendi Mission.
1852
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. Substance of an Address to the Ladies of Glasgow and Its Vicinity Upon the Present Aspect of the Great Question of Negro Emancipation...Also Some Account of the Formation of the Glasgow Ladies' Anti-Slavery Association.
1833
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. The Prison Bard: or Poems on Various Subjects. Written in Prison.
1848
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. Lectures on British India. . .with a Preface by Wm. Lloyd Garrison.
1840
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. Letters and Addresses by George Thompson, During His Mission in the United States, From Oct. 1st, 1834, to Nov. 27, 1835.
1837
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. "Let There Be Light." Africa in a Nutshell for the Million; or, Light on the "Dark Continent."
1886
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. Letters and Addresses by George Thompson, During His Mission in the United States, From Oct. 1st, 1834, to Nov. 27, 1835.
1837
 

THOMPSON, JOHN. The Life of John Thompson, a Fugitive Slave; Containing His History of 25 Years in Bondage, and His Providential Escape. Written by Himself.
1856
 

TILDEN, SAMUEL J. The Union! Its Dangers!! And How They Can Be Averted. [Caption title].
1860
 

TOWER, PHILO. Slavery Unmasked; Being a Truthful Narrative of a Three Years' Residence and Journeying in Eleven Southern States: to which is added the Invasion of Kansas...
1856
 

TOWNSEND, HANNAH & M The Anti-Slavery Alphabet [wrapper title]. Printed on facing pages (others blank), illustrated. Original printed wraps (soiled). Burn mark on front wrapper has left a sizeable hole, but with no loss of text, and a stain on following blank page. Later(?) owner’s stamp on wraps front and back. A fair to good copy, only, but intact.
1847
 

TOWNSEND, JOHN. Tract, No. 1. The South Alone, Should Govern the South. And African Slavery Should Be Controlled by Those Only Who Are Friendly To It. Third Edition.
1860
 

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
 

TREADWELL, S.B. American Liberties and American Slavery. Morally and Politically Illustrated.
1838
 

TRUMAN, GEORGE, JOHN Narrative of a Visit to the West Indies, in 1840 and 1841.
1844
 

WALKER, JONATHAN. Trial and Imprisonment...at Pensacola, Florida, for Aiding Slaves to Escape Their Bondage. With an Appendix, Containing a Sketch of His Life.
1846
 

WALKER, JONATHAN. Trial and Imprisonment...at Pensacola, Florida, for Aiding Slaves to Escape Their Bondage. With an Appendix, Containing a Sketch of His Life.
1845
 

WANTON, GIDEON & JOH Gideon & John Wanton's Book of Signed Receipts. 1753 to 1759. Newport, Rhode Island. 3.5 x 6 inches. Contemp. blind-stamped calf. 212 pp. Some cover wear, early pages browned, intact. Few pages with later pencil scrawl.
1753
 

WARD, JONATHAN. American Slavery, and the Means of Its Abolition.
1840
 

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
 

WATERS, R.P. Slavery and the Church. Two Letters Addressed to Rev. N.L. Rice...also a Letter to Rev. Nehemiah Adams...by Smectymnuus.
1856
 

WEBSTER, DANIEL. A Memorial to the Congress of the United States, on the Subject of Restraining the Increase of Slavery in the New States to be Admitted to the Union. Prepared in pursuance of a vote of the inhabitants of Boston...
1819
 

WEBSTER, DANIEL. Speech...in Rely [sic] to Mr. Hayne, of South Carolina: the Resolution Offered by Mr. Foot, Relative to the Public Lands, Being Under Consideration. Delivered in the Senate, January 26, 1830.
1830
 

WELD, T.D. The Bible Agains Slavery. An Inquiry into the Patriarchial and Mosaic Systems on the Subject of Human Rights.
1837
 

WELD, THEODORE DWIGH The Power of Congress Over the District of Columbia. Reprinted from the New-York Evening Post, with Additions by the Author.
1838
 

WESTERN ANTI-SLAVERY Union with Freemen--No Union With Slaveholders. Anti-Slavery Meetings! [Caption title, in 3 lines]. 16" x 11."
1845
 

WHEAT, MARVIN T. Progress and Intelligence of Americans,Whether in the Northern, Central, or Southern Portion of the Continent, Founded upon the Normal and Absolute Servitude of Inferior Animates...by Alonzo Alvarez [pseud.] of Mexico, Now soujourning in the United States since the invasion of Mexico by the French.
1865
 

WHIPPLE, CHARLES K. The Family Relation, as Affected by Slavery. [Caption title].
1858
 

WHITELEY, HENRY. Three Months in Jamaica, in 1832: Comprising a Residence of Seven Weeks on a Sugar Plantation.
1833
 

WHITTIER, J.G. A Sabbath Scene. Illustrations by Baker, Smith, and Andrew.
1854
 

WHITTIER, JOHN G Poems Written During the Progress of the Abolition Question in the United States, Between the Years 1830 and 1838
1837
 

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

WHITTIER, JOHN G. Tributes to William Lloyd Garrison, at the Funeral Services, May 28, 1879.
1879
 

WHITTIER, JOHN G.. Abolitionist's Library. No. 3. Narrative of James Williams, An American Slave. [Caption title]. Printed in three columns.
1838
 

WHITTIER. Vol. II, for 1836.
1836
 

WILLARD, SAMUEL. The Grand Issue: An Ethico-Political Tract.
1851
 

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
 

WISE, HENRY A. The Lecompton Question, Governor Wise's Tammany, Philadelphia and Illinois Letters...by a Virginia Democrat. [Wrapper title: not present].
1858
 

WRIGHT, ELIZUR Ed. Perforations in the "Latter-Day Pamphlets," by one of the "Eighteen Millions of Bores." No. I. Universal Suffrage. Capital Punishment. Slavery.
1850
 

WRIGHT, JOHN S. Reply to Hon. Charles G. Loring, Upon "Reconstruction."
1867
 

WYETH, JOHN ALLAN. With Sabre and Scalpel. The Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.
1914
 

ZACHOS, J.C. Circular. An Appeal to the Friends of Education, and the Freed-People of the South.
1864
 

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