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Publisher: 1787-1945.
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Genre/Form: History
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All Authors / Contributors: Drew University. Library.
OCLC Number: 807983896
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Pamphlets from the Drew University Library 19th Century Collection.
Description: 396 items
Contents: Part 1: Areas outside the United States --
[1] The Abolition of Slavery in Cuba and Porto Rico, by Several Cuban and Porto-Rican Abolitionists --
[2] Account of a Shooting Excursion on the Mountains near Dromilly Estate, the Parish of Trelawny, and Island of Jamaica, in the Month of October, 1824 --
[3] Reasons for Establishing a Registry of Slaves in British Colonies / African Institution --
[4] A Review of the Colonial Slave Registration Acts, in a Report of a Committee of the Board of Directors of the African Institution / African Institution --
[4.1] The Anti-Slavery Reporter. Vol. iv, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1831) [Mr. Wilmot Horton on Compulsory Manumission. Question of Compensation Calmly Considered.] --
[4.1] The Anti-Slavery Reporter. Vol. v, no. 13 (Dec. 1832) [Analysis of the Report of a Committee of the House of Commons on the Extinction of Slavery ...] --
[4.1] The Anti-Slavery Reporter. Vol. v, no. 14 (Feb. 1833) [Abstract of the Report of the Lords' Committees on the Condition and Treatment of the Colonial Slaves ...] --
[4.1] The Anti-Slavery Reporter. Vol. vi, no. 1 (Mar. 1833), no. 3 (Apr. 1833), no. 5 (Jul. 1833), no. 6 (Dec. 1833) --
[4.2] The Anti-Slavery Monthly Reporter. No. 18, vol. ii (Nov. 1828) --
[5] Negro Apprenticeship in the British Colonies / Anti-Slavery Society --
[6] An Appeal, Not to the Government, but to the People of England on the Subject of West Indian Slavery --
[7] Arguments in Support of the Proposed Bill for the Registration of Slaves in the West Indian Colonies; Being a Reply to the Work of Mr. Chalmers, entitles "Proofs and Demonstrations How much the Projected Registry of Colonial Negroes is Unfounded and Uncalled for ..." --
[8] The West Indies As They Are; Or A Real Picture of Slavery / Bickell, R. --
[8.2] A Few Thoughts on the Abolition of Colonial Slavery / Chalmers, Thomas --
[9] African's Internal Slave-Trade and a Practical Plan for its Extinction. With an introduction by Rev. Josiah Strong / Chatelain, Heli --
[10] The Right Way the Safe Way, Proved by Emancipation in the British West Indies, and Elsewhere / Child, L. Maria --
[11] Facts Illustrative of the Condition of the Negro Slaves in Jamaica / Cooper, Thomas --
[12] Facts Illustrative of the Condition of the Negro Slaves in Jamaica: With Notes and an Appendix / Cooper, Thomas --
[13] A Letter to Robert Hibbert, Jun. Esq., in Reply to His Pamphlet Entitled, "Facts Verified upon Oath, in Contradiction of the Report of the Rev. Thomas Cooper Concerning the General Condition of the Slaves in Jamaica," & . & . / Cooper, Thomas --
[13.2] A Review of the Report of a Select Committee of the House of Commons, on the State of the West India Colonies, Ordered to be Printed, 13th April, 1832; or, the Interests of the Country and the Prosperity of the West India Planters Mutually Secured by the Immediate Abolition of Slavery / Cropper, James --
[14] The Support of Slavery Investigated / Cropper, James --
[15] The Duty of Great Britain in the Matter of Slavery in British Protectorates in Africa. Letter written to the editor of the London Times, not published, January 22, 1899 / Cust, Robert Needham --
[16] A Particular Examination of Mr. Harris' Scriptural Researches on the Licitness of the Slave Trade / Dannett, Henry --
[17] Pastoral de Monsenor Felix Dupanlop Obispo de Orleans Condenando la Esclavitud / Dupanloup, Felix --
[18] East India Sugar, Or An Inquiry Respecting the Means of Improving the Quality and Reducing the Cost of Sugar Raised by Free Labour in the East Indies --
[19] Heroes Are Historic Men: St. Domingo: Its Revolutions and Its Hero, Toussaint Louverture / Elliot, C.W. --
[20] An Exposure of Some of the Numerous Mistatements and Misrepresentations Contained in a Pamphlet Commonly Known by the Name of Mr. Marryatt's Pamphlet, entitled "Thoughts on the Abolition of the Slave Trade and the Civilization of Africa, with Remarks on the African Institution, and an Examination of the Report of Their Committee Recommending a General Registry of Slaves in the British West-India Islands" --
[21] The First Universal Races Congress --
University of London, July 26-29, 1911 --
[22] The Substance of a Course of Lectures on British Colonial Slavery / Godwin, Benjamin --
[23] The Sinfulness of Colonial Slavery. A Lecture / Halley, Robert --
[24] A Letter to M. Jean-Baptiste Say, on the comparative Expense of Free and Slave Labour. 2nd ed. / Hodgson, Adam --
[25] Substance of the Proceedings in the House of Commons on Thursday, July 25, 1882 on the Occasion of Two Addresses to His Majesty / House of Commons --
[26] An Impartial Review of the Question Pending Between Great Britain and Her West Indian Colonies, Respecting the Abolition of Negro Slavery. Humbly Submitted to the Consideration of His Majesty's Ministers ... by a Resident and Proprietor in the West Indies --
[27] The Utter Extinction of Slavery and Object of Scripture Prophecy: A Lecture / Ivimey, Joseph --
[28] Letters of Alfred to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and First Lord of the Treasury, upon the Important Subject of the Slave Trade in General --
[29] A Letter to John Bull: To Which Is Added the Sketch of a Plan for the Safe, Speedy, and Effectual Abolition of Slavery --
[30] A Letter to the Committee of the London Anti-Slavery Society, on the Present State of the African Slave-Trade, Particularly that which Exists in the Colony of Sierra Leone: with Copious Extracts from the Documents Lately Printed by Order of the House of Commons, under the Head of "Slave-Trade.- Sierra Leone. 6th April, 1832." [31] A Letter to His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester, President of the African Institution, from Zachary Macaulay, esq. Occasioned by a Pamphlet Lately Published by Dr. Thorpe, Late Judge of the Colony of Sierra Leone, entitled "A Letter to William Wilberforce, esq." 2nd ed., enlarged / Macaulay, Zachary --
[32] Mexican Papers. No. V. 1861 --
[33] The Immediate Abolition of Slavery, Compatible with the Safety and Prosperity of the Colonies in a Letter / Mortimer, G.F.W. --
[35] The Negro Equalled by a Few Europeans, Vol. II. Translated from the French --
[36] Negro Slavery; Or, A View of Some of the More Prominent Features of That State of Society, As It Exists in the United States of American and in the Colonies of the West Indies, Especially in Jamaica --
[37] Papers Relating to Free Labour and the Slave Trade --
[38] The Slave Taker & . Or, An Appeal to All Who in Any Way Promote the Traffic in the Persons of Their Fellow Creatures / Peckham Ladies' African and Anti-Slavery Assoc. --
[39] Reasons for Using East India Sugar / Peckham Ladies' African and Anti-Slavery Assoc. --
[40] West India Question. The Outline of a Plan for the Total, Immediate, and Safe Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Colonies / Phillips, Joseph --
[41] A Picture of Colonial Slavery, in the Year 1828, Addressed Especially to the Ladies of Great Britain --
[42] The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave / Prince, Mary --
[43] Reasons for Establishing a Registry of Slaves in the British Colonies: Being a Report of a Committee of the African Institution --
[44] A Review of the Report of a Select Committee of the House of Commons, on the State of the West India Colonies, Ordered to Be Printed, 13th April, 1832; Or, The Interests of the Country and the Prosperity of the West India Planters Mutually Secured by the Immediate Abolition of Slavery --
[45] A Letter Addressed to the Liverpool Society for the Abolition of Slavery / Sandars, Jos. --
[46] Scripture Evidence of the Sinfulness of Injustice and Oppression. Respectfully Submitted to Professing Christians, in Order to Call Forth Their Sympathy and Exertions, on Behalf of the Much Injured Africans --
[47] A Short Review of the Slave Trade and Slavery with Considerations on the Benefit Which Would Arise from Cultivating Tropical Productions by Free Labour --
[48] The Slave Colonies of Great Britain; Or, A Picture of Negro Slavery Drawn by the Colonists Themselves. 2nd ed. --
[49] The Injurious Effects of Slave Labour; An Impartial Appeal to the Reason, Justice, and Patriotism of the People of Illinois on the Injurious Effects of Slave Labour / Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions --
[50] Substance of the Debate in the House of Commons on the 15th May, 1823, on a Motion for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions / The Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions --
[51] A Defence of the Bill for the Registration of Slaves ... in Letters to William Wilberforce. Letter the Second / Stephen, James --
[52] The Speech of James Stephen, Esq., at the Annual Meeting of the African Institution at Free-Masons' Hall, on the 26th March, 1817. Published at the request of His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester, the President of that Society / Stephen, James --
[53] The West India Question. Immediate Emancipation ... / Stuart, Charles --
[54] Negro Emancipation and West Indian Independence the True Interest of Great Britain / Taylor, John --
[55] A Letter to William Wilberforce Containing Remarks on the Reports of the Sierra Leone Company, and African Institution: With Hints Respecting the Means by Which an Universal Abolition of the Slave Trade Might Be Carried into Effect. 2nd ed. / Thorpe, Robert --
[56] The War in Texas; Instigated by the Slaveholder, Land Speculators, & Co. for Re-establishment of Slavery and the Slave Trade in the Republic of Mexico --
[57] The Black Slaves of Prussia, an Open Letter Addressed to General Smuts / Weston, Frank --
[58] An Appeal to the Religion, Justice and Humanity of the Inhabitants of the British Empire, on Behalf of the Negro Slaves in the West Indies / Wilberforce, Wm. --
[59] Thoughts on British Colonial Slavery. An extract from "The Amulet, or Christian and Literary Remembrancer, for 1828" / Wilson, D. --
[60] Emancipation: Or Practical Advice to British Slave-Holders: With Suggestions for the General Improvement of West India Affairs / Winn, T.S. Part 2: Pre-Emancipation (1863) --
[1] The Abolitionist --
[2] Address to the Ladies of Ohio --
[3] Address to the Non-Slaveholders of the South, on the Social and Political Evils of Slavery --
[4] A Review of Reports to the Legislature of South Carolina, on the Revival of the Slave Trade / Adger, John B. --
[5] The African Slave Trade: The Secret Purpose of the Insurgents to Revive It --
[6] African Servitude: When, Why, and by Whom Instituted. By Whom, and How Long Shall It Be Maintained? --
[23] Agitation: the Doom of Slavery. No. 4 --
[7] Mr. Allen's Speech on Ministers Leaving a Moral Kingdon 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 / Allen, B.R. --
[8] The Responsibilities and Duties of American Citizens. A Sermon / Allen, B.R. --
[9] The Annual Report of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Nos. 9, 11, 13 / The American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society --
[10] American Slavery As It Is: Testimony of a Thousand Witnesses / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[11] Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the American Anti-Slavery Society. Nos. 5, 6, 23 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[12] The Bible Against Slavery. The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 5 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[13] Can Abolitionists Vote or Take Office Under the United States Constitution? The Anti-Slavery Examiner, no. 13 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[14] The Chattel Principle the Abhorrence of Jesus Christ and the Apostles, or, No Refuge for American Slavery in the New Testament. The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 7 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[15] Emancipation in the West Indies. A Six Months' Tour in Antigua, Barbados, and Jamaica, in the Year 1837. The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 7 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[16] Interstate Slave Trade. Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 5 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[17] No Slave-Hunting in the Old Bay State. Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 13 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[18] The Power of Congress over the District of Columbia. The Anti-Slavery Examiner, No. 5 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[19] The "Ruin" of Jamaica. Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 6 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[20] Testimonies of Capt. John Brown of Harper's Ferry. Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 7 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[21] White Slavery in the United States. Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 2 / The American Anti-Slavery Society --
[22] American History Leaflets --
Colonial and Constitutional. No. 10. July, 1893. Governor McDuffie's Message on the Slavery Question, 1835 --
[23] Tracts. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 13, 20, 37, 40, 46, 49, 60 / American Reform Tract and Book Society --
[24] A Premium Tract --
Is Slavery Sanctioned by the Bible? / American Tract Society --
[25] The Anti-Slave Reporter, under the Sanction of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Vol. II. No. 6 --
New Series. June 1, 1863 --
[26] Our Duty to the Fugitive Slave: A Discourse / Arvine, K. --
[27] Ninth Annual Report of the Association for the Religious Instruction of the Negroes, in Liberty County, Georgia; together with The Address to the Association by the President, the Rev. Robert Quarterman / Association for the Religious Instruction of the Negroes in Liberty County, Georgia --
[28] Annual Report of the Association of Friends for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the Free People of Color for the Year 1851 / Association of Friends for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the Free People of Color --
[29] An Address Delivered Before The Female Anti-Slavery Society of Philadelphia, in the Session Room of the Second Presbyterian Church in the First Month (January) 1834. To Which is Added an Appendix / Atlee, Edwin Pitt --
[30] An Address to the Citizens of Philadelphia, on the Subject of Slavery, Delivered on the 4th of 7th Month (July), A.D. 1833 / Atlee, Edwin P. --
[23] Prejudice Against Colored People. No. 60 / Aydelott, B.P. --
[31] The Church and Slavery / Barnes, Albert --
[32] Representation of Rebellious States: A Speech / Beaman, F.C. --
[33] The Missionary View of the Southern Situation / Beard, A.F. --
[34] The Bible Against Slavery: Or, An Inquiry into the Genius of the Mosaic System, and the Teachings of the Old Testament on the Subject of Human Rights --
[35] The American Churches the Bulwarks of American Slavery. 3rd ed. / Birney, James G. --
[36] Slavery Contrary to the Bible: An Address Delivered to the Students at the Theological Hall, Canonsburg / Black, John --
[37] A Letter from James Boyle, to Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Respecting the Clerical Appeal, Sectarianism, True Holiness, & . Also, Lines on Christian Rest by Mr. Garrison / Boyle, James, and William Lloyd Garrison --
[38] Validity of Slave Marriages / Bradwell, James B. --
[39] British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society Reports. Reports for the years 1899, 1901, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, [1901] --
[40] Case of the Slave Child Med: Arguments of Counsel, and Opinion of the Court, in the Case of Commonwealth Vs. Aves --
[41] Address to the Parishioners of St. Peter's Church, Pittsburgh. 1864 / Burgwin, H., C.A. Colton, J.W. Paul, H.J. Lynch --
[42] Speeches of Hon. John C. Calhoun and Hon. Daniel Webster on the Subject of Slavery / Calhoun, John C., and Daniel Webster --
[43] Slavery and the Wilmot Proviso / Carey, John L. --
[44] Slavery in Maryland briefly considered / Carey, John L. --
[45] Occasional Discourse on the Nigger Question / Carlyle, T. [46] Caste and Slavery in the American Church --
[47] Going Home to Vote Speeches of S.P. Chase, Sec. of the Treasury, During His Visit to Ohio, with His Speeches at ... / Chase, S.P. --
[48] Reclamation of Fugitives from Service. An Argument for the Defendant Submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States, at the December Term, 1846, in the Case of Wharton Jones Cs. John Vanzandt / Chase, S.P. --
[49] Slaves in Disloyal States: Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury in Answer to a Resolution of the House of January 12, Relative to the Employment and Sustenance of Slaves in the Disloyal States. 1863. (House of Representatives, 37th Congress, 3d Session. Ex. Doc. No. 72) / Chase, S.P. --
[50] Proceedings of the Convention Which Met at Worcester, Mass., March 1, 1859 / Church Anti-Slavery Society --
[51] Circular / Church Anti-Slavery Society of the United States --
[52] Free and Friendly Remarks, on a Speech Lately Delivered to the Senate of the U.S. by Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on the Subject of North American Slavery / Clay, Henry --
[53] A Collection of Valuable Documents, Being ... --
[54] Colonization and Abolition Contrasted / Colton, Calvin --
[56] Address to the Presbyterians of Kentucky, Proposing a Plan for the Instruction and Emancipation of Their Slaves / Committee of the Synod of Kentucky --
[57] Report of the Committee on Slavery to the Convention of Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts / Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts --
[58] Wendell Phillips A Eulogy / Curtis, George William --
[59] Address of Hon. Henry Winter Davis, Delivered at Baltimore, on Wed. Evening, Oct. 16, 1861 / Davis, Henry Winter --
[60] Remarks on Certain Topics Connected with the General Subject of Slavery / Dickson, S. Henry --
[61] Modern Expediency Considered / Dover, David --
[62] The Emancipation of the Southern Whites and Its Effect on Both Races --
[63] The Enormity of the Slave Trade; and the Duty of Seeking the Moral and Spiritual Elevation of the Colored Race --
[64] A Brief Notice of American Slavery, and the Abolition Movement. 2nd ed. / Estlin, J.B. --
[65] Exposition of the Proceedings of John P. Darg, Henry W. Merritt, and Others, in Relation to the Robbery of Darg, the Elopement of His Alleged Slave, and the Trial of Barney Corse, Who Was Unjustly Charged As an Accessory --
[66] Extracts From the American Slave Code. [No. 1] --
[23] The Family and Slavery. No. 37 --
[67] Slaveholding Weighed in the Balance of Truth, and Its Comparative Guilt Illustrated / Fitch, Charles --
[68] A Scriptural View of Slavery and Abolition. 2nd ed. / Fitzgerald, W.P.N. --
[69] An Address Delivered Before the Society of Alumni of the University of Virginia, at Its Annual Meeting / Garnett, M.R.H. --
[70] Un Grand Peuple Qui Se Releve --
Les Etats-Unis en 1861 / Gasparin, Comte Agenor de --
[71] The Uprising of a Great People: The United States in 1861 --
Abridged from the French / Gasparin, Count Agenor de --
[72] Genius of Universal Emancipation and Quarterly Anti-Slavery Review. No. 3. Vol. I -Fifth Series --
[73] Views of American Constitutional Law, in Its Bearing upon American Slavery / Goodell, William --
[74] The Contrast, or The Bible and Abolitionism: An Exegetical Argument / Graham, William --
[75] Greeley Illustrated --
[76] The Martyr. A Discourse, in Commemoration of the Martyrdom of the Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy / Green, Beriah --
[77] Appeal to the Christian Women of the South. 3rd ed. ([The Anti-Slavery Examiner, no. 2]) / Grimké, Angelina Emily --
[78] What is Unconditional Unionism? / Hahn, Michael --
[79] An Address to the Free People of Color of the State of Maryland / Hall, James --
[80] The Slave Power: Its Heresies and Injuries to the American People. A Speech / Hamilton, John C. --
[81] Two Letters on Slavery in the United States, Addressed to Thomas Clarkson, Esq. / Hammond, J.H. --
[82] The Herald of the Glorious Morning or Emanuel, and Genius of Universal Emancipation / Hannaford, Greeley --
[83] Speeches of Messrs. Hayne and Webster in the United States Senate, on the Resolution of Mr. Foot, January 1830 / Hayne, Mr., and Mr. Webster --
[84] Webster and Hayne's Celebrated Speeches in the U.S. Senate on Mr. Foot's Resolution of January 1830. Also, Daniel Webster's Speech in the Senate of the U.S., March 1850, on the Slavery Compromise / Hayne, Mr., and Daniel Webster --
[23] Hebrew Servitude, and American Slavery. No. 2 --
[85] The Negro's Place in Nature: A Paper Read Before the London Anthropological Society --
[86] President Jackson's Proclamation Against the Nullification Ordinance of South Carolina, December 11, 1832 --
[87] The Great Conspiracy. An Address Delivered at Mt. Kisco, Westchester County, New York, on the 4th of July, 1861, the Eighty-Fifth Anniversary of American Independence / Jay, John --
[88] The American Tract Society, Withdrawal from, by the Hon. Judge Jay, on the Ground of its Alliance with the Slave Power / Jay, William --
[89] Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on Mr. Clay's Compromise / Jay, William --
[90] Reply to Remarks of Rev. Moses Stuart, late of Andover Theological Seminary, on Hon. John Jay, and an Examination of his Scriptural Exegesis, Contained in his Recent Pamphlet Entitles, "Conscience and the Constitution" / Jay, William. [91] A View of the Action of the Federal Government, in behalf of Slavery / Jay, William --
[92] The Integrity of Our National Union, vs. Abolitionism: An Argument From the Bible, In Proof of the Position That Believing Masters Ought to Be Honored and Obeyed by Their Own Servants, and Tolerated in, Not Excommunicated from, the Church of God; Being Part of a Speech Delivered Before the Synod of Cincinnati on the Subject of Slavery, September 19th and 20th, 1843 / Junkin, George --
[93] Ladies' Anti-Slavery Associations --
[94] ... Annual Report of the Ladies' New-York City Anti-Slavery Society [3rd annual report for 1837] / Ladies' New-York City Anti-Slavery Society --
[23] The Law and the Testimony Concerning Slavery. No. 1 --
[95] Pennsylvania and the Fugitive Slave Law: Correspondence Between the H. John Letcher, Gov. of Virginia, and Lewis D. Vail, Esq., of Philadelphia / Letcher, John, and Lewis D. Vail --
[96] A Letter from an Elder in an Old School Presbyterian Church to His Son at College --
[97] A Letter to the Right Rev. L. Silliman Ives, Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of North Carolina --
[98] No. 119. The Negro Servant: An Authentic and Interesting Narrative / Liverpool Religious Tract Society --
[99] An Appeal for the Bondwoman: To Her Own Sex / Lloyd, Elizabeth --
[100] The Higher Law in Its Application to the Fugitive Slave Bill. A Sermon on the Duties Men Owe to God and to Governments / Lord, John C. --
[101] Pamphlets Issued by the Loyal Publication Society. Nos. 18, 39, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 87 / Loyal Publication Society --
[102] Horace Mann's Letters on the Extension of Slavery into California and New Mexico; and on the Duty of Congress to Provide the Trial by Jury for Alleged Fugitive Slaves / Mann, Horace --
[103] Speech of Horace Mann, of Massachusetts, on the Subject of Slavery in the Territories, and the Consequences of a Dissolution of the Union / Mann, Horace --
[104] ... Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society [6th annual report, 1838] / Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society --
[105] The American Crisis, in Relation to the Anti-Slavery Cause / Massie, James William --
[106] Slavery. A Treatise, Showing that Slavery is Neither a Moral, Political, nor Social Evil / [Mell, P.H.] --
[107] The Message of President Lincoln to Congress. Daily News, Tuesday, December 17th, 1861. Quarterly Review? --
[108] Slavery and the American War. A Lecture / Miller, Marmaduke --
[109] Facts for the People; Showing the Relations of the United States Government to Slavery, Embracing a History of the Mexican War, Its Origins and Objects / Moody, Loring --
[110] The "Negro Pew": Being an Inquiry Concerning the Propriety of Distinctions in the House of God, on Account of Color --
[111] ... Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the New-England Anti-Slavery Society [1st-2nd annual reports,1833-1834] / New-England Anti-Slavery Society --
[112] Constitution of the New England Anti-Slavery Society: With an Address to the Public / New England Anti-Slavery Society --
[113] Proceedings of the New England Anti-Slavery Convention, Held in Boston on the 27th, 28th, and 29th of May, 1834 / New England Anti-Slavery Convention --
[114] No. 74. Justice to the Blacks the Interest of the Nation / New England Loyal Publication Society --
[115] Annual Report of the New York Committee of Vigilance / New York Committee of Vigilance --
[116] The Higher Law in Its Application to the Fugitive Slave Bill. Review of Dr. John C. Lord's Sermon on the Duties Men Owe to God and to Governments / Newell, John --
[117] The War in America and Negro Emancipation. A Speech / Noel, Baptist W. --
[118] The North and South: Reasons Why Coleman Yellott, the State Senator of Baltimore City, Would Not Have Voted to Censure Henry Winter Davis for Voting for William Pennington for Speaker of the House of Representatives. From the Baltimore Clipper of April 3rd, 1860 --
[119] Slavery, and the Remedy; or, Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code / Nott, Samuel --
[120] Slavery and the Remedy; or, Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code. 4th ed. / Nott, Samuel --
[121] Slavery and the Remedy; or, Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code, with a Review of the Decision of the Supreme Court in the Case of Dred Scott. 5th ed. / Nott, Samuel --
[122] Narrative of the Late Riotous Proceedings Against the Liberty of the Press, in Cincinnati. With Remarks and Historical Notices, Relating to Emancipation / Ohio Anti-Slavery Society --
[23] On Slavery. No. 3. No. 1. American Reform Tract and Book Society --
[123] Origin and Objects of the Slaveholders' Conspiracy Against Democratic Principles, As Well As Against the National Union / O'Reilly, Henry --
[124] The Policy of Emancipation: In Three Letters to ... / Owen, Robert Dale --
[125] The True Issue and the Duty of the Whigs. An Address Before the Citizens of Cambridge, October 1, 1856 / Parker, Joel --
[126] The "Negro Question" / Parrish, Joseph --
[127] Annual Report of the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society / Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society --
[127a] American Slavery; a Lecture Delivered before the American Anti-Slavery Society / Wendell Phillips --
[128] The Church As It Is: or The Forlorn Hope of Slavery. 2nd ed. / Pillsbury, Parker --
[129] Popular Series of National Documents --
[23] Prayer for the Oppressed. No. 46 --
[130] Testimony of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America on the Subject of Slavery. A.D. 1858 / Presbyterian Church in the USA --
[131] Proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention, Held at Rochester, NY, December 15 and 16, 1857 --
[132] Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Convention Assembled to Organize a State Anti-Slavery Society, at Harrisburg, on the 31st of January and 1st, 2d and 3d of February, 1837 --
[133] Appeal of 40,000 Citizens, Threatened with Disfranchisement, to the People of Pennsylvania / Purvis, Robert --
[134] A Tribute to the Memory of Thomas Shipley, the Philanthropist / Purvis, Robert --
[135] Address Illustrative of the Nature and Power of the Slave States, and the Duties of the Free States / Quincy, Josiah. [136] Radical Political Abolitionists: Abolition Documents. No. 1 --
[137] Report of the Senate Committee Relative to the Immigration of Blacks and Mulattoes into the State of Pennsylvania --
[138] Resistance to Slavery Every Man's Duty. A Report of American Slavery, Read to the Worcester Central Association --
[139] A Review of the Rev. Dr. Junkin's Synodical Speech, in Defence of American Slavery, Delivered September 19th and 20th, and Published December 1843, with an Outline of The Bible Argument Against Slavery --
[140] Slavery As Recognized in the Mosaic Civil Law, Recognized Also, and Allowed, in the Babrahamic, Mosaic, and Christian Church / Robinson, Stuart --
[141] Inside Views of Slavery on Southern Plantations / Roles, John --
[142] England, the United States, and the Southern Confederacy / Sargent, Fitzwilliam --
[143] A Dissertation on Servitude / Sawyer, Leicester A. --
[144] California, Union and Freedom / Seward, William H. --
[145] The Great Questions of the Times, Exemplified in the Antagonistic Principles Involved in the Slaveholders' Rebellion Against Democratic Institutions As Well As Against the National Union / Sherwood, Lorenzo --
[23] Slavery and the Bible. No. 5 --
[146] Slavery in Its Relation to God. A Review of Rev. Dr. Lord's Thanksgiving Sermon, in Favor of Domestic Slavery, Entitled the Higher Law in Its Application to the Fugitive Slave Bill --
[147] Slavery Indispensable to the Civilization of Africa. 2nd ed. --
[148] Slavery the Mere Pretext for the Rebellion; Not Its Cause --
[149] Review of Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke's Discourse on "The Character and Influence of Abolitionism", a Sermon / Sloane, J.R.W. --
[150] No Slavery in Nebraska: No Slavery in the Nation: Slavery an Outlaw. A Speech / Smith, Gerrit --
[151] A Report of the Committee of the Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions. 1st Report --
June 1824, 2nd Report --
30 April 1825, 3rd Report --
21 December 1825 / Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions --
[152] Southern Slavery Considered on General Principles; or, A Grapple with Abstractionists --
[153] A Defence for Fugitive Slaves / Spooner, Lysander --
[154] The Unconstitutionality of Slavery. Cheap ed. / Spooner, Lysander --
[155] The Unconstitutionality of Slavery. Enlarged ed. / Spooner, Lysander --
[156] The State of the Country. From the Princeton Review, January, 1861 --
[157] Slavery, in its Present Aspects and Relations: A Sermon Preached on the Fast Day, April 6, 1854, at Cambridge, Mass / Stearns, William A. --
[158] A Legal Argument Before the Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey, at the May Term, 1845, at Trenton, for the Deliverance of Four Thousand Persons From Bondage / Stewart, Alvan --
[159] Speech of the Slavery Resolutions, Delivered in the General Assembly Which Met in Detroit in May Last / Stiles, Joseph C. --
[160] Northern Interests and Southern Independence: A Plea for United Action / Stille, Charles J. --
[161] Slavery: Its Origin, Nature, and History, Considered in the Light of Bible Teachings, Moral Justice, and Political Wisdom / Stringfellow, Thornton --
[162] A Summary View of the Slave Trade and of the Probable Consequences of Its Abolition --
[163] The Barbarism of Slavery / Sumner, Charles --
[164] Freedom National; Slavery Sectional / Sumner, Charles --
[23] God's Judgments for National Sins. Occasional; no. 13 / Sunderland, Byron --
[165] Discussion on American Slavery ... / Thompson, George, and Robert J. Breckinridge --
[166] Letters and Addresses by George Thompson, During his Mission in the United States, from Oct. 1st, 1834 to Nov. 27, 1835 / Thompson, George --
[167] Christianity and Emancipation: or The Teachings and the Influence of the Bible Against Slavery / Thompson, Joseph P. --
[168] The Fugitive Slave Law; Tried by the Old and New Testaments / Thompson, Joseph P. --
[169] Slavery a Divine Institution. 2nd ed. / Thrasher --
[23] A Tract for the Free States: Let Every One Read and Consider Before He Condemns. A Safe and Generous Proposition for Abolishing Slavery. No. 20 --
[23] True Gospel Preaching: What is it? No. 49 --
[170] Slaveholding a Malum In Se, or Invariably Sinful / Tyler, E.R. --
[171] Uncle Tom's Cabin, Slavery, and the North American Review. Article II --
[172] The Character and Influence of Abolitionism / Van Dyke, Henry J. --
[173] Annual Report of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society. 39th (1858) / Vermont Anti-Slavery Society --
[174] The Power of Congress Over the District of Columbia. 4th ed., with additions by the author. The Anti-Slavery Examiner, no. 5 / Weld, Theodore --
[175] The Power of Congress over the District of Columbia / Weld, Theodore --
[176] The Injustice and Empolicy of the Slave Trade, and of the Slavery of the Africans / Wetherald, Thomas --
[23] The Family Relation, as Affected by Slavery. No. 40 / Whipple, Charles K. --
[177] Relation of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions to Slavery / Whipple, Charles K. --
[178] A Discourse on the Recapture of Fugitive Slaves / Whitcomb, William C. --
[179] A Reproof of the American Church, by the Bishop of Oxford / Wilberforce, Samuel --
[180] The Grand Issue: An Ethico-Political Tract / Willard, Samuel --
[181] Disclosures and Confessions of Frank A. Wilmot. The Slave Thief and Negro Runner with an Accurate Account of the Underground Railroad / Wilmot, Franklin A. --
[182] The Great American Question, Democracy Vs. Doulocracy: or, Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Men, and Free Speech, Against the Extension and Domination of the Slave Holding Interest / Wilson, William --
[183] Rights of Colored Men to Suffrage, Citizenship and Trial by Jury / Yates, William. Part 3: Annexation of Texas (1844) --
[1] Address of the Liberty Party of Pennsylvania to the People of the State. The American Intelligencer. Vol. 1, no. 3, Sept. 1844 --
[2] The Annexation of Texas and Seperation [sic] of the United States. Speeches compiled by B. Lundy --
[2a] A Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, on the Annexation of Texas to the United States / William E. Channing --
[3] The Complaint of Mexico, and Conspiracy Against Liberty --
[4] Speech of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois, on the Annexation of Texas, Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 6, 1845 / Douglas, Stephen A. --
[5] Speech of Mr. Henley, of Indiana: in the House of Representatives, December 23, 1844 / Henley, Thomas J. --
[6] Texas and Her Relations With Mexico: Speech of Robert Dale Owen, of Indiana, Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, Jan. 8, 1845 / Owen, Robert Dale --
[7] Speech of Mr. Stetson, of New York, on the Annexation of Texas: Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 7, 1845 / Stetson, Lemuel --
[9] Thoughts on the Proposed Annexation of Texas to the United States. First published in the New York Evening Post, under the signature of Veto --
[10] Speech of Mr. Tibbatts, of Kentucky, on the Question of the Reannexation of Texas; Together With His Remarks on the Tariff, Delivered in the House of Representatives, May 7, 1844 / Tibbatts, John Wolleston. Part 4: Compromise of 1850 (speeches listed chronologically by first date given) --
[1] Remarks of Messrs. Clemens, Butler, and Jefferson Davis, on the Vermont Resolutions Relating to Slavery, Delivered in Senate of the United States, January 10, 1850 --
[2] Territorial Governments: Speech of Hon. Lewis Cass, or Michigan, in Senate of the United States, January 21 and 22, 1850, On the Government of the Territories, and on the Constitutionality and Expediency of the Wilmot Proviso --
[3] 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 --
[4] Speech of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, in Support of His Propositions to Compromise on the Slavery Question in the Senate of the United States, February 5, 1850. Rev. ed. --
[5] Speech of Hon. Sam Houston, of Texas, on the Subject of Compromise, in the Senate of the United States, February 8, 1850 --
[6] Speech of Mr. Berrien, of Georgia, on the Slavery Question, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 11 & 12, 1850 --
[7] Remarks of Mr. Cass, of Michigan, on the Dissolution of the Union, and the Constitution of California, in the Senate of the United States, February 12 and 20, 1850 --
[8] Speech of Mr. Davis, of Mississippi, on the Subject of Slavery in the Territories, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 13 & 14, 1850 --
[9] Remarks of Hon. A.P. Butler, of S. Caroline, on the Proposition to Admit California as a State into the Union, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 15, 1850 --
[10] Speech of Mr. Downs, of Louisiana, on the Compromise Resolutions of Mr. Clay, in Senate, February 18 and 19, 1850 --
[11] Speech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, on the Propositions to Compromise the Slavery Question, and the Admission of California into the Union, Delivered in the Senate on the United States, February 21, 1850 --
[12] Speech of Hon. Thomas J. Rusk, of Texas, on the Boundaries of Texas, Delivered in Senate of the United States, February 27 and 28, 1850 --
[13] Speech of Mr. Calhoun, of South Carolina, on the Slavery Question, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 4, 1850 --
[14] Address of the Hon. John C. Calhoun, in the Senate of the United States, on the Subject of Slavery (Read for him by Hon. Mr. Mason, March 4, 1850) --
[15] Speech of Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine, on the Proposition to Admit California as a State into the Union, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 5, 1850 --
[16] The Compromise Resolutions: Speech of Hon. I.P. Walker, of Wisconsin, in Senate of the United States, March 6, 1850, on the Compromise Resolutions Submitted by Mr. Clay, on the 25th of January --
[17] Speech of Mr. Webster on Mr. Clay's Resolutions, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 7, 1850 --
[18] Letter from Citizens of Newburyport, Mass., to Mr. Webster, in Relation to His Speech Delivered in the Senate of the United States on the 7th March, 1850, and Mr. Webster's Reply [Letter signed April 8th] --
[19] California, Union, and Freedom: Speech of William H. Seward, on the Admission of California, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 11, 1850 --
[20] The Power of Congress Over the Territories: Speech of Hon. Lewis Cass, of Michigan, in Senate of the United States, March 13 and 14, 1850, On the Compromise Resolutions of Mrs. Bell, of Tennessee, and the Proposition to Refer Them to a Select Committee --
[21] Speech of Mr. Badger, of North Carolina, on the Slavery Question, in Senate, March 18 and 19, 1850 --
[22] Speech of Mr. Hale, of New Hampshire, on the Territorial Question, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, March 19, 1850 --
[23] The Territorial Question: Speech of Hon. R.M.T. Hunter, of Virginia, in the Senate of the United States, March 25, 1850 --
[24] Union and Freedom Without Compromise: Speech of Hon. Salmon P. Chase, of Ohio, in the Senate of the United States, March 26, 1850, On the Compromise Resolutions [sic] submitted by Mr. Clay on the 25th of January. [25] Speech of Hon. R.S. Baldwin, of Connecticut, in Favor of the Admission of California into the Union, and On the Territorial Bills, and the Bill in Relation to Fugitive Slaves, in Connection with Mr. Bell's Compromise Resolution, Delivered in Senate of the United States, March 27 and April 3, 1850 --
[26] Speech of Mr. Shields, of Illinois, on the Territorial question, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 5, 1850 --
[27] The Admission of California: Speech of Hon. T.H. Benton, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United States, April 8, 1850, On the Compromise Resolutions of Mr. Bell, of Tennessee, and the Proposition to Refer Them to a Select Committee --
[28] Speech of Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on the Report of the Committee of Thirteen, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 13, 1850 --
[29] California, Territorial Government, &c.: Remarks of Hon. Mr. Foote, of Mississippi, on The Plan of Adjusting the Questions Growing Out of Slavery, Reported From the Special Committee of the Senate, Delivered in the Senate, May 15, 16, and 20, 1850 --
[30] Speech of Mr. Soule, of Louisiana, on the Pending Measures of Compromise, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 21, 1850 --
[31] Speech of Mr. Mason, of Virginia, on the Bill Reported by Mrs. Clay from the Committee of Thirteen to Admit California as a State into the Union, to Establish Territorial Governments for Utah and New Mexico, and Making Proposals to Texas for the Establishment of Her Western and Northern Boundaries, Delivered in the Senate, May 27, 1850 --
[32] Speech of Hon. P. Soulé, of Louisiana, in Reply to Hon. Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on the Measures of Compromise, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 29, 1850 --
[33] Mr. Benton's Anti-Compromise Speech: Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United States, June 10, 1850, On His Motion to Postpone Until the 4th Day of March, 1851, the Bill Reported From the Committee of Thirteen, --
the Compromise Bill --
[34] Speech of Mr. Dayton, of N.J., on the Compromise Bill: Delivered in the Senate of the United States, June 11 and 12, 1850 --
[35] Speech of Mr. Cass, of Michigan, on the Motion of Mr. Benton for the Indefinite Postponement of the Compromise Bill, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, June 14, 1850 --
[36] Remarks of Hon. Daniel Webster, in the Senate of the United States, June 17, 1850, Together with Mr. Webster's Letter to Robert H. Gardiner, esq., and Other Citizens of Maine --
[37] Speech of Mr. Soule, of Louisiana, on His Substitute for the California Bill, in the Senate of the United States, June 24, 1850 --
[38] Mr. Soule's Rejoinder to Messrs. Douglas and Webster, on His Substitute to the Three First Sections in the Compromise Bill Respecting California, in the Senate of the United States, June 28, 1850 --
[39] Speech of Mr. Cooper, on Penn. On the Compromise Bill, in Senate, Saturday, June 29, 1850 --
[40] Speech of William H. Seward, on the Compromise Bill, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 2, 1850 --
[41] Speech of Mr. Bell, of Tennessee, on the Compromise Bill, in Senate, July 3, 1850 --
[42] Speech of John Bell, of Tennessee, on Slavery in the United States and the Causes of the Present Dissensions Between the North and the South, Delivered in the Senate of the United States on the 5th and 6th of July, 1850 --
[43] Speech of Mr. Smith, of Conn., on the Bill "To Admit California Into the Union --
To Establish Territorial Governments for Utah and New Mexico, Making Proposals to Texas for the Establishment of the Western and Northern Boundaries," ... Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 8, 1850 --
[44] Mr. Benton's Anti-Cession Speech: Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, Against Ceding Seventy Thousand Square Miles of New Mexico to Texas, in the Senate of the United States, July 15, 1850 --
[45] Speech of the Honorable Daniel Webster, on the Compromise Bill, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, on the 17th Day of July, 1850 --
[46] Speech of Hon. R.M.T. Hunter of Virginia, in the United States Senate, on Thursday, July 18, 1850, on the Admission of California into the Union ... --
[47] Speech of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, on the Measure of Compromise, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 22, 1850. Part 5: Post-Emancipation --
[1] Address to the American People --
[2] Journal of Proceedings of the American Association of Educators of Colored Youth, the Session of 1891, Held in Nashville, Tennessee, December 29th to 31st, 1891 / American Association of Educators of Colored Youth --
[3] American Catholic Quarterly Review. The Georgia Negro Before, During and Since the War --
[4] Occasional Papers. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12 / The American Negro Academy --
[5] Annual Report of the Commissioner of the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company to the Second Session of the Forty-Ninth Congress for the Year Ending December 4, 1886 --
[6] The Negro: What Is His Ethnological Status? / Ariel --
[7] The Black Laws. A Speech / Arnett, B.W. --
[8] Atlanta University Publications: Proceedings of the Atlanta Conference. Nos. 2, 3, 4, 6 --
[9] The Providence of God in the Historical Development of the Negro / Beard, A.F. --
[10] The Education Bill / Blair, H.W. --
[11] What a Blackman Saw in a White Man's Country / Brooks, William S. --
[12] The Race Question in the United States / Brorup, R.P. --
[13] In Occident and Orient / Brown, Leonard --
[14] Service by the Educated Negro / Bruce, Roscoe Conkling --
[15] The Work of the Tuskegee / Bruce, Roscoe Conkling --
[16] The Negro Problem / Bruce, W. Cabell --
[17] The Bulletin, Special Edition of Information. The Negro Young People's Christian and Educational Congress, to Be Held in Atlanta, Ga., August 6-11, 1902 --
[18] The Negro Question / Cable, George W. --
[19] Our Man of Macedonia His Needs and Our Duties / Callaway, Morgan --
[20] The White League Conspiracy Against Free Government / Campbell, Hugh J. --
[21] Some Aspects of the Race Problem in the South. 2nd ed. / Campbell, Robert F. --
[22] The Negro in America. An Address ... Cheyney, PA: Committee of 12 for the Advancement of the Interests of the Negro Race, 1907 / Carnegie, Andrew --
[23] Conditions that Confront the Colored Race / Chavers, P.W. --
[24] Fourteenth Annual Report. The Colored Orphan Industrial Home / The Colored Orphan Industrial Home --
[25] Brief Report of the Services Rendered by the Freed People to the United States Army in North Carolina / Colyer, Vincent --
[26] The Crime of Mob Murder --
A Challenge to Every American Citizen / Commission on Interracial Cooperation --
[27] The Interracial Front / Commission on Interracial Cooperation --
[28] A Practical Approach to the Race Problem, Origin and Work of the Commission on Interracial Cooperation / Commission on Interracial Cooperation --
[29] Southern Leaders Impeach Judge Lynch. Highlights from Report of Commission on the Study of Lynching / Commission on Interracial Cooperation --
[30] America's Tenth Man / Conference on Education and Race Relations --
[31] Education for Southern Citizenship. Plans for Study of the Region's Special Problems / Conference on Education and Race Relations --
[32] Public Taxation and Negro Schools / Coon, Charles L. --
[33] The Negro: His Needs and Claims. Two Addresses / Crogman, W.H. --
[34] Negro Education: Its Helps and Hindrances / Crogman, W.H. --
[35] 26th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. An Address / Crogman, W.H. --
[36] The Black Woman of the South: Her Neglects and Her Needs. Women's Home Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church / Crummell, Alexander --
[37] National Peril and Remedy / Curry, J.L.M. --
[38] History of the Origin and Complexions of Human Races / Davis, John N. --
[39] A Battleground School. A Colored Woman's Work in Uplifting Negro Boys and Girls. The Story of the Manassas Industrial School for Colored Youth / Dean, Jennie --
[40] John Brown, An Address / Douglass, Frederick --
[41] Why Is the Negro Lynched? / Douglass, Frederick --
[42] The Education of the Negro in the South / Dreher, Julius D. --
[43] The Negro Issue / Dunn, Jacob Piatt --
[44] Some Results of the Snow Hill Normal and Industrial Institute, Snow Hill, Alabama 1894 --
1908 / Edwards, Wm. J. --
[45] The Negroes of Columbia Missouri --
A Concrete Study of the Race Problem. Masters Thesis / Elwang, William Wilson --
[46] America's Obligation to Its Negro Citizens / Ethridge, Mark. [47] First Anniversary of the Proclamation of Freedom in South Carolina, Held at Beaufort, SC, January 4, 1864 --
[48] The Brotherhood of Thieves; Or, A True Picture of the American Church and Clergy: A Letter to Nathaniel Barney, of Nantucket / Foster, Stephen S. --
[49] Two Cigars Caused It All. An Original Poem / Fowlkes, Ben. P. --
[50] Annual Report of the Friends Anti-Slavery Committee. For 2nd month, 1899, and 1st month, 1901-2 / Friends Anti-Slavery Committee --
[51] The Voice of the Third Generation / Fry, Henry Peck --
[52] A Story of Adventure or The Under World / Fuller, T.O. --
[53] The Race Question in a New Light / Griggs, Sutton G. --
[54] An Argument Against the Union of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America / Grimké, Francis J. --
[55] Christianity and Race Prejudice / Grimké, Francis J. --
[56] Equality of Rights for All Citizens, Black and White Alike / Grimké, Francis J. --
[57] Gideon Bands for Work Within the Race and for Work Without the Race / Grimké, Francis J. --
[58] God and the Race Problem / Grimké, Francis J. --
[59] The Lynching of Negroes in the South: Its Causes and Remedy / Grimké, Francis J. --
[60] The Negro: His Rights and Wrongs, the Forces for Him and Against Him / Grimké, Francis J. --
[61] The Progress and Development of the Colored People of Our Nation / Grimké, Francis J. --
[62] A Resemblance and a Contrast Between the America Negro and the Children of Israel in Egypt, or The Duty of the Negro to Contend Earnestly for His Rights Guaranteed Under the Constitution / Grimké, Francis J. --
[63] The Roosevelt-Washington Episode, or Race Prejudice / Grimké, Francis J. --
[64] The Things of Paramount Importance in the Development of the Negro Race / Grimké, Francis, J. --
[65] Why the Negro Was Enfranchised. Negro Suffrage Justified / Hallowell, Richard P. --
[67] The Missing Link or The Negro's Ethnological Status / Hasskarl, G.C.H. --
[68] Circular. Topeka, Kansas, August 22, 1880 / Haviland, Laura S. --
[69] Education the Need of the South / Hawkins, Dexter A. --
[70] The Negro Question / Hayen, Eberhard --
[71] The Case of the Negro, As to Education in the Southern States / Haygood, Atticus G. --
[72] The Negro in Ohio; a Thesis ... of Case Western Reserve / Hickok, Charles Thomas --
[73] Blaine and Logan, the Friends of American Tabor and the Faithful Guardians of the Colored People. Cleveland and Hendricks, Hostile to American Labor --
the Enemies of the Colored People / Hinton, John W. --
[74] A Race Crisis / Home Missions Council --
[75] Elihu Embree, Abolitionist [Incomplete: all pages beyond 24 wanting] / Hoss, E.E. --
[76] Shot, Lynched and Burned / Jones, J.J. --
[77] Proceedings of the Trustees of the John F. Slater Fund for the Education of Freedmen. For the years 1895, 1896, 1898 / John F. Slater Fund --
[78] The Trustees of the John F. Slater Fund. Occasional Papers. Nos. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 / John F. Slater Fund --
[79] The White Man's Failure in Government / Johnson, Harvey --
[80] The Experience of Thomas H. Jones Who Was a Slave for Years / Jones, Thomas H. --
[81] The Centennial Jubilee of Freedom, at Columbus, Ohio, Saturday, September 22, 1888 / Jubilee of Freedom --
[83] The Rank of Charles Osborn As an Anti-Slavery Pioneer. Indiana Historical Society Publications. Vol. II. No. 6 / Julian, George W. --
[84] The Equality of All Men Before the Law Claimed and Defended; in Speeches by ... / Kelley, Wm. D., Wendell Phillips, and Frederick Douglass, et al. --
[85] The Negro Farmer / Kelsey, Carl --
[86] Vindication of the Policy of the Administration / Lane, J.H. --
[87] Race Riots Aren't Necessary. American Council on Race Relations, Public Affairs Pamphlet No. 107, 1945 / Lee, Alfred McClung --
[88] The Negro Problem. Decision by the Court of Public Opinion. Letters ... / Lincoln University --
[89] Verse. The Best of the Best Poets / Loth, Paul Victor --
[90] The Negro Seer: His Preparation and Mission. An Address delivered at Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College, Prairie View, Texas / Lovinggood, R.S. --
[91] The Negro and the Intelligence and Property Franchise / MacCorkle, Wm. A. --
[92] Fugitive Slaves (1619-1865). Fay House Monographs, no. 3. Publications of the Society for the Collegiate Instruction of Women / McDougall, Marion Gleason. [93] The Colored Race Weighed in the Balance. 2nd ed. / Marshall, C.K. --
[94] Rules for the Society of Negroes, 1693 / Mather, Cotton --
[95] The Value of Race Literature / Matthews, Victoria Earle --
[96] As to the Leopard's Spots, An Open Letter to Thomas Dixon, Jr. / Miller, Kelly --
[97] The Primary Needs of the Negro Race. An Address / Miller, Kelly --
[98] Miscengenation: The Theory of the Blending of the Races, Applied to the American White Man and Negro --
[99] Higher Education and the Negro; an Address Delivered before the American Baptist Home Mission Society, at Asbury Park, N.J., May 26, 1896 / Mitchell, Edward C. --
[100] Wisdom is the Principal Thing. Sermon, May 5, 1895, at Leland University / Mitchell, Edward C. --
[101] Mohonk Conference of the Negro Question. Edited by Isabel C. Barrows. Nos. 1 and 2 --
[102] The Way Out the Negro's Part in Solving the Race Problem / Moore, James McLachlan --
[103] The Status of the Negro / Nash, Charles E. --
[104] Charter Constitution and Organization of the Negro Reformatory Association of Virginia / Negro Reformatory Association --
[105] The Nobility of the Negro / Palmer, William Kimberly --
[106] Proceedings of the Trustees at Their 34th Meeting, New York, 25 September 1895 / Peabody Education Fund --
[107] The Struggle, Perils and Hopes of the Negroes in the United States / Penick, C. Clifton --
[108] Petition and Memorial of Citizens of the United States to the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress Assembled --
[109] The Original Uncle Tom of Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" / Portrait --
[110] Caliban: A Sequel to "Ariel" / Prospero --
[111] The Negro in the Educational, Political, Moral, Social, and Religious Structure of the American Republic / Reed, J.H. --
[112] Negro Civilization in the South; Educational, Social and Religious Advancement of the Colored People / Robert, Charles Edwin --
[113] Southern Outrages / Robinson, John T. --
[114] The Negro As a Political and Social Factor / Ruffin, Frank G. --
[115] Second Report (Semi-Annual) of the Kansas Freedmen's Relief Association --
[116] The Nature of the Negro / Shaler, N.S. --
[117] Negro Delinquent Children in Virginia. At the 21st National Conference of Charities and Correction / Smyth, John H. --
[118] Our Nation's Work for the Colored People / Storrs, R.S. --
[119] Negro Suffrage in the South / Straker, D. Augustus --
[120] Subgenation: The Theory of Normal Relation of the Races; An Answer to "Miscengenation" --
[121] The National Security and the National and the National Faith. Guaranties for the National Freedmen and the National Creditor / Sumner, Charles --
[122] No Compromise of Human Rights, No Admission in the Constitution of Inequality of Rights, Disfranchisment on Account of Color: Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the Proposed Amendment of the Constitution Fixing the Basis of Representation; Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 7, 1866 / Sumner, Charles --
[123] Inaugural Address of Hon. Thomas Swann, Governor Elect of Maryland, Delivered in the Senate Chamber, Annapolis, January 11th, 1865 / Swann, Thomas --
[124] Whites and Blacks, or The Question Settled / Taylor, C.H.J. --
[125] Is Liberty Worth Preserving? / Tourgee, Albion W. --
[126] Pioneer Work on the Sea Islands / Towne, Laura M. --
[127] Truth and Light. Vol. III. No. 7. July 1923 --
[128] The Relations of the Church to the Colored Race / Tucker, J.L. --
[129] Freedman's Pension Bill / Vaughan, W.R. --
[130] Our Home Colony. A Treatise on the Past, Present and Future of the Negro Race in America / Walker, M.F. --
[131] The Good of It. How It Pays to Give Higher Education to Negroes --
Being on Some Account of What Graduates of Atlanta University Are Doing for the Uplifting of Their Race / Ware, Edward Twichell --
[132] Address of Booker T. Washington at the Opening of the Atlanta Cotton States and International Exposition, 18 September 1895 / Washington, Booker T. --
[133] The Negro and the "Solid South" / Washington, Booker T. --
[134] Facts from Florida / Wetherell, Ellen F. --
[135] The Negro in Chicago / Wood, Junius B. --
[136] The Full Enfranchisement of the Negro. From the Congregational Review for April 1867 / Woodworth, C.L. --
[137] An American Dilemma / Wyer, Samuel. Part 6: Colonization of Liberia --
[1] The African Repository. Vol. 33, no. 3 (March 1857) --
[2] The African Repository and Colonial Journal. Vol. XI. No. 11 (November 1835) --
[2] The African Repository and Colonial Journal. Vol. XVIII. No. 7 (May 1842) --
[3] Address of the Managers of the American Colonization Society to the People of the United States / American Colonization Society --
[4] Information About Going to Liberia / American Colonization Society --
[5] To American Coloured Youth / American Colonization Society --
[6] Emigration to Liberia. An Address Delivered Before the American Colonization Society / Armstrong, S.C. --
[6a] An Oration, Delivered at the Request of the Board of Managers, before the Winchester Auxiliary Colonization Society / Barton, Richard W. --
[7] The Origin and Purpose of African Colonization. Being the Annual Discourse Delivered at the 66th Anniversary of the American Colonization Society / Blyden, Edward Wilmot --
[8] Our Man of Macedonia: His Needs and Our Duties / Callaway, Morgan --
[9] Letters on the Colonization Society: And on Its Probable Results. 7th ed. / Carey, M. --
[10] 5th Annual Report of the Colonization Society of the City of New York, with the Constitution of the Society / Colonization Society of the City of New York --
[11] Proceedings of the Colonization Society of the City of New York, at Their Third Annual Meeting, Held on the 13th and 14th of May, 1835, Including the Annual Report of the Board of Managers, to the Society / Colonization Society of the City of New York --
[12] 13th Annual Report of the Colonization Society of the State of New York / Colonization Society of the State of New York --
[13] Annual Report of the Connecticut State Colonization Society / Connecticut State Colonization Society --
[14] Address of the Hon. Edward Everett, Secretary of State, Delivered in Washington at the Anniversary of the American Colonization Society, January 18, 1853 / Everett, Edward --
[15] The Negro and Liberia / Flummer, D.J. --
[16] North America and Africa Their Past, Present, and Future and Key to the Negro Problem. 3rd ed. / Foard, John F. --
[17] 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 / Garrison, Wm. Lloyd --
[18] America and Africa. The Annual Discourse Delivered at the 71st Anniversary of the American Colonization Society / Hodge, J. Aspinwall --
[19] A Sermon Delivered Before the Vermont Colonization Society, at Montpelier, October 18, 1826 / Hough, John --
[20] African Colonization. An Address / Howe, M.A. De Wolfe --
[21] The Color Question in the United States. A Paper Prepared for the 16th Annual Meeting of the American Colonization Society, Washington, DC, January 16, 1877 / Humphrey, Edward P. --
[22] The Christian Civilization of Africa / Latrobe, John H.B. --
[23] Patriotism, Philanthropy and Religion. An Address Before the American Colonization Society / McGill, Alexander T. --
[24] Maryland Colonization Journal. Vol. I. No. 1. New Series --
Baltimore, June 15, 1841 --
[25] 24th Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts Colonization Society, May 31, 1865 / Massachusetts Colonization Society --
[26] Letter on the Relation of the White and African Races in the United States, Showing the Necessity of the Colonization of the Latter / Mitchell, J. --
[27] Annual Report of the Managers of the New Jersey Colonization Society, Presented at the 25th Anniversary at Newark, Feb. 11th, 1857 / New Jersey Colonization Society --
[28] Address of the New York City Colonization Society to the Public, New York, February 12th, 1834 / New York City Colonization Society --
[29] New York State Colonization Society --
[30] A Letter Signed by the Corresponding Secretary, J.B. Pinney / New York State Colonization Society --
[31] Statement of the New York State Colonization Society As to Its Differences with the American Colonization Society, March 1870 / New York State Colonization Society --
[32] The Undiscovered Country. The 74th Anniversary Address Before the American Colonization Society / Parks, Leighton --
[33] Remarks on the Colonization of the Western Coast of Africa, by the Free Negroes of the United States, and the Consequent Civilization of Africa and Suppression of the Slave Trade --
[34] Two Hundred and Ninety-Five Precepts of W.M.R. Richards, a Negro / Richards, W.M.R. --
[35] African Colonization. An Address Delivered at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Colonization Society / Roberts, Joseph J. --
[36] Is Liberia Worth Saving? Reprinted from the Journal of Race Development, Vol. I, No. 3, January 1911 / Scott, Emmett J. --
[37] Remarks on the Colony of Liberia and the American Colonization Society. With Some Account of the Settlement of Coloured People, at Wilberforce, Upper Canada / Stuart, C. --
[38] Liberia's Next Friend. The Annual Discourse Delivered at the 69th Annual Meeting of the American Colonization Society / Sunderland, B. --
[39] Africa for Africans: Being the Annual Discourse Delivered at the 67th Anniversary of the American Colonization Society / Tiffany, Otis H. --
[40] Constitution of the Young Men's Colonization Society / Young Men's Colonization Society.
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   schema:description "Part 1: Areas outside the United States -- [1] The Abolition of Slavery in Cuba and Porto Rico, by Several Cuban and Porto-Rican Abolitionists -- [2] Account of a Shooting Excursion on the Mountains near Dromilly Estate, the Parish of Trelawny, and Island of Jamaica, in the Month of October, 1824 -- [3] Reasons for Establishing a Registry of Slaves in British Colonies / African Institution -- [4] A Review of the Colonial Slave Registration Acts, in a Report of a Committee of the Board of Directors of the African Institution / African Institution -- [4.1] The Anti-Slavery Reporter. Vol. iv, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1831) [Mr. Wilmot Horton on Compulsory Manumission. Question of Compensation Calmly Considered.] -- [4.1] The Anti-Slavery Reporter. Vol. v, no. 13 (Dec. 1832) [Analysis of the Report of a Committee of the House of Commons on the Extinction of Slavery ...] -- [4.1] The Anti-Slavery Reporter. Vol. v, no. 14 (Feb. 1833) [Abstract of the Report of the Lords' Committees on the Condition and Treatment of the Colonial Slaves ...] -- [4.1] The Anti-Slavery Reporter. Vol. vi, no. 1 (Mar. 1833), no. 3 (Apr. 1833), no. 5 (Jul. 1833), no. 6 (Dec. 1833) -- [4.2] The Anti-Slavery Monthly Reporter. No. 18, vol. ii (Nov. 1828) -- [5] Negro Apprenticeship in the British Colonies / Anti-Slavery Society -- [6] An Appeal, Not to the Government, but to the People of England on the Subject of West Indian Slavery -- [7] Arguments in Support of the Proposed Bill for the Registration of Slaves in the West Indian Colonies; Being a Reply to the Work of Mr. Chalmers, entitles "Proofs and Demonstrations How much the Projected Registry of Colonial Negroes is Unfounded and Uncalled for ..." -- [8] The West Indies As They Are; Or A Real Picture of Slavery / Bickell, R. -- [8.2] A Few Thoughts on the Abolition of Colonial Slavery / Chalmers, Thomas -- [9] African's Internal Slave-Trade and a Practical Plan for its Extinction. With an introduction by Rev. Josiah Strong / Chatelain, Heli -- [10] The Right Way the Safe Way, Proved by Emancipation in the British West Indies, and Elsewhere / Child, L. Maria -- [11] Facts Illustrative of the Condition of the Negro Slaves in Jamaica / Cooper, Thomas -- [12] Facts Illustrative of the Condition of the Negro Slaves in Jamaica: With Notes and an Appendix / Cooper, Thomas -- [13] A Letter to Robert Hibbert, Jun. Esq., in Reply to His Pamphlet Entitled, "Facts Verified upon Oath, in Contradiction of the Report of the Rev. Thomas Cooper Concerning the General Condition of the Slaves in Jamaica," & . & . / Cooper, Thomas -- [13.2] A Review of the Report of a Select Committee of the House of Commons, on the State of the West India Colonies, Ordered to be Printed, 13th April, 1832; or, the Interests of the Country and the Prosperity of the West India Planters Mutually Secured by the Immediate Abolition of Slavery / Cropper, James -- [14] The Support of Slavery Investigated / Cropper, James -- [15] The Duty of Great Britain in the Matter of Slavery in British Protectorates in Africa. Letter written to the editor of the London Times, not published, January 22, 1899 / Cust, Robert Needham -- [16] A Particular Examination of Mr. Harris' Scriptural Researches on the Licitness of the Slave Trade / Dannett, Henry -- [17] Pastoral de Monsenor Felix Dupanlop Obispo de Orleans Condenando la Esclavitud / Dupanloup, Felix -- [18] East India Sugar, Or An Inquiry Respecting the Means of Improving the Quality and Reducing the Cost of Sugar Raised by Free Labour in the East Indies -- [19] Heroes Are Historic Men: St. Domingo: Its Revolutions and Its Hero, Toussaint Louverture / Elliot, C.W. -- [20] An Exposure of Some of the Numerous Mistatements and Misrepresentations Contained in a Pamphlet Commonly Known by the Name of Mr. Marryatt's Pamphlet, entitled "Thoughts on the Abolition of the Slave Trade and the Civilization of Africa, with Remarks on the African Institution, and an Examination of the Report of Their Committee Recommending a General Registry of Slaves in the British West-India Islands" -- [21] The First Universal Races Congress -- University of London, July 26-29, 1911 -- [22] The Substance of a Course of Lectures on British Colonial Slavery / Godwin, Benjamin -- [23] The Sinfulness of Colonial Slavery. A Lecture / Halley, Robert -- [24] A Letter to M. Jean-Baptiste Say, on the comparative Expense of Free and Slave Labour. 2nd ed. / Hodgson, Adam -- [25] Substance of the Proceedings in the House of Commons on Thursday, July 25, 1882 on the Occasion of Two Addresses to His Majesty / House of Commons -- [26] An Impartial Review of the Question Pending Between Great Britain and Her West Indian Colonies, Respecting the Abolition of Negro Slavery. Humbly Submitted to the Consideration of His Majesty's Ministers ... by a Resident and Proprietor in the West Indies -- [27] The Utter Extinction of Slavery and Object of Scripture Prophecy: A Lecture / Ivimey, Joseph -- [28] Letters of Alfred to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and First Lord of the Treasury, upon the Important Subject of the Slave Trade in General -- [29] A Letter to John Bull: To Which Is Added the Sketch of a Plan for the Safe, Speedy, and Effectual Abolition of Slavery -- [30] A Letter to the Committee of the London Anti-Slavery Society, on the Present State of the African Slave-Trade, Particularly that which Exists in the Colony of Sierra Leone: with Copious Extracts from the Documents Lately Printed by Order of the House of Commons, under the Head of "Slave-Trade.- Sierra Leone. 6th April, 1832.""@en ;
   schema:description "Part 3: Annexation of Texas (1844) -- [1] Address of the Liberty Party of Pennsylvania to the People of the State. The American Intelligencer. Vol. 1, no. 3, Sept. 1844 -- [2] The Annexation of Texas and Seperation [sic] of the United States. Speeches compiled by B. Lundy -- [2a] A Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, on the Annexation of Texas to the United States / William E. Channing -- [3] The Complaint of Mexico, and Conspiracy Against Liberty -- [4] Speech of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois, on the Annexation of Texas, Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 6, 1845 / Douglas, Stephen A. -- [5] Speech of Mr. Henley, of Indiana: in the House of Representatives, December 23, 1844 / Henley, Thomas J. -- [6] Texas and Her Relations With Mexico: Speech of Robert Dale Owen, of Indiana, Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, Jan. 8, 1845 / Owen, Robert Dale -- [7] Speech of Mr. Stetson, of New York, on the Annexation of Texas: Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 7, 1845 / Stetson, Lemuel -- [9] Thoughts on the Proposed Annexation of Texas to the United States. First published in the New York Evening Post, under the signature of Veto -- [10] Speech of Mr. Tibbatts, of Kentucky, on the Question of the Reannexation of Texas; Together With His Remarks on the Tariff, Delivered in the House of Representatives, May 7, 1844 / Tibbatts, John Wolleston."@en ;
   schema:description "[25] Speech of Hon. R.S. Baldwin, of Connecticut, in Favor of the Admission of California into the Union, and On the Territorial Bills, and the Bill in Relation to Fugitive Slaves, in Connection with Mr. Bell's Compromise Resolution, Delivered in Senate of the United States, March 27 and April 3, 1850 -- [26] Speech of Mr. Shields, of Illinois, on the Territorial question, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 5, 1850 -- [27] The Admission of California: Speech of Hon. T.H. Benton, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United States, April 8, 1850, On the Compromise Resolutions of Mr. Bell, of Tennessee, and the Proposition to Refer Them to a Select Committee -- [28] Speech of Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on the Report of the Committee of Thirteen, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 13, 1850 -- [29] California, Territorial Government, &c.: Remarks of Hon. Mr. Foote, of Mississippi, on The Plan of Adjusting the Questions Growing Out of Slavery, Reported From the Special Committee of the Senate, Delivered in the Senate, May 15, 16, and 20, 1850 -- [30] Speech of Mr. Soule, of Louisiana, on the Pending Measures of Compromise, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 21, 1850 -- [31] Speech of Mr. Mason, of Virginia, on the Bill Reported by Mrs. Clay from the Committee of Thirteen to Admit California as a State into the Union, to Establish Territorial Governments for Utah and New Mexico, and Making Proposals to Texas for the Establishment of Her Western and Northern Boundaries, Delivered in the Senate, May 27, 1850 -- [32] Speech of Hon. P. Soulé, of Louisiana, in Reply to Hon. Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on the Measures of Compromise, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 29, 1850 -- [33] Mr. Benton's Anti-Compromise Speech: Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United States, June 10, 1850, On His Motion to Postpone Until the 4th Day of March, 1851, the Bill Reported From the Committee of Thirteen, -- the Compromise Bill -- [34] Speech of Mr. Dayton, of N.J., on the Compromise Bill: Delivered in the Senate of the United States, June 11 and 12, 1850 -- [35] Speech of Mr. Cass, of Michigan, on the Motion of Mr. Benton for the Indefinite Postponement of the Compromise Bill, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, June 14, 1850 -- [36] Remarks of Hon. Daniel Webster, in the Senate of the United States, June 17, 1850, Together with Mr. Webster's Letter to Robert H. Gardiner, esq., and Other Citizens of Maine -- [37] Speech of Mr. Soule, of Louisiana, on His Substitute for the California Bill, in the Senate of the United States, June 24, 1850 -- [38] Mr. Soule's Rejoinder to Messrs. Douglas and Webster, on His Substitute to the Three First Sections in the Compromise Bill Respecting California, in the Senate of the United States, June 28, 1850 -- [39] Speech of Mr. Cooper, on Penn. On the Compromise Bill, in Senate, Saturday, June 29, 1850 -- [40] Speech of William H. Seward, on the Compromise Bill, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 2, 1850 -- [41] Speech of Mr. Bell, of Tennessee, on the Compromise Bill, in Senate, July 3, 1850 -- [42] Speech of John Bell, of Tennessee, on Slavery in the United States and the Causes of the Present Dissensions Between the North and the South, Delivered in the Senate of the United States on the 5th and 6th of July, 1850 -- [43] Speech of Mr. Smith, of Conn., on the Bill "To Admit California Into the Union -- To Establish Territorial Governments for Utah and New Mexico, Making Proposals to Texas for the Establishment of the Western and Northern Boundaries," ... Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 8, 1850 -- [44] Mr. Benton's Anti-Cession Speech: Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, Against Ceding Seventy Thousand Square Miles of New Mexico to Texas, in the Senate of the United States, July 15, 1850 -- [45] Speech of the Honorable Daniel Webster, on the Compromise Bill, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, on the 17th Day of July, 1850 -- [46] Speech of Hon. R.M.T. Hunter of Virginia, in the United States Senate, on Thursday, July 18, 1850, on the Admission of California into the Union ... -- [47] Speech of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, on the Measure of Compromise, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 22, 1850."@en ;
   schema:description "[47] First Anniversary of the Proclamation of Freedom in South Carolina, Held at Beaufort, SC, January 4, 1864 -- [48] The Brotherhood of Thieves; Or, A True Picture of the American Church and Clergy: A Letter to Nathaniel Barney, of Nantucket / Foster, Stephen S. -- [49] Two Cigars Caused It All. An Original Poem / Fowlkes, Ben. P. -- [50] Annual Report of the Friends Anti-Slavery Committee. For 2nd month, 1899, and 1st month, 1901-2 / Friends Anti-Slavery Committee -- [51] The Voice of the Third Generation / Fry, Henry Peck -- [52] A Story of Adventure or The Under World / Fuller, T.O. -- [53] The Race Question in a New Light / Griggs, Sutton G. -- [54] An Argument Against the Union of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America / Grimké, Francis J. -- [55] Christianity and Race Prejudice / Grimké, Francis J. -- [56] Equality of Rights for All Citizens, Black and White Alike / Grimké, Francis J. -- [57] Gideon Bands for Work Within the Race and for Work Without the Race / Grimké, Francis J. -- [58] God and the Race Problem / Grimké, Francis J. -- [59] The Lynching of Negroes in the South: Its Causes and Remedy / Grimké, Francis J. -- [60] The Negro: His Rights and Wrongs, the Forces for Him and Against Him / Grimké, Francis J. -- [61] The Progress and Development of the Colored People of Our Nation / Grimké, Francis J. -- [62] A Resemblance and a Contrast Between the America Negro and the Children of Israel in Egypt, or The Duty of the Negro to Contend Earnestly for His Rights Guaranteed Under the Constitution / Grimké, Francis J. -- [63] The Roosevelt-Washington Episode, or Race Prejudice / Grimké, Francis J. -- [64] The Things of Paramount Importance in the Development of the Negro Race / Grimké, Francis, J. -- [65] Why the Negro Was Enfranchised. Negro Suffrage Justified / Hallowell, Richard P. -- [67] The Missing Link or The Negro's Ethnological Status / Hasskarl, G.C.H. -- [68] Circular. Topeka, Kansas, August 22, 1880 / Haviland, Laura S. -- [69] Education the Need of the South / Hawkins, Dexter A. -- [70] The Negro Question / Hayen, Eberhard -- [71] The Case of the Negro, As to Education in the Southern States / Haygood, Atticus G. -- [72] The Negro in Ohio; a Thesis ... of Case Western Reserve / Hickok, Charles Thomas -- [73] Blaine and Logan, the Friends of American Tabor and the Faithful Guardians of the Colored People. Cleveland and Hendricks, Hostile to American Labor -- the Enemies of the Colored People / Hinton, John W. -- [74] A Race Crisis / Home Missions Council -- [75] Elihu Embree, Abolitionist [Incomplete: all pages beyond 24 wanting] / Hoss, E.E. -- [76] Shot, Lynched and Burned / Jones, J.J. -- [77] Proceedings of the Trustees of the John F. Slater Fund for the Education of Freedmen. For the years 1895, 1896, 1898 / John F. Slater Fund -- [78] The Trustees of the John F. Slater Fund. Occasional Papers. Nos. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 / John F. Slater Fund -- [79] The White Man's Failure in Government / Johnson, Harvey -- [80] The Experience of Thomas H. Jones Who Was a Slave for Years / Jones, Thomas H. -- [81] The Centennial Jubilee of Freedom, at Columbus, Ohio, Saturday, September 22, 1888 / Jubilee of Freedom -- [83] The Rank of Charles Osborn As an Anti-Slavery Pioneer. Indiana Historical Society Publications. Vol. II. No. 6 / Julian, George W. -- [84] The Equality of All Men Before the Law Claimed and Defended; in Speeches by ... / Kelley, Wm. D., Wendell Phillips, and Frederick Douglass, et al. -- [85] The Negro Farmer / Kelsey, Carl -- [86] Vindication of the Policy of the Administration / Lane, J.H. -- [87] Race Riots Aren't Necessary. American Council on Race Relations, Public Affairs Pamphlet No. 107, 1945 / Lee, Alfred McClung -- [88] The Negro Problem. Decision by the Court of Public Opinion. Letters ... / Lincoln University -- [89] Verse. The Best of the Best Poets / Loth, Paul Victor -- [90] The Negro Seer: His Preparation and Mission. An Address delivered at Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College, Prairie View, Texas / Lovinggood, R.S. -- [91] The Negro and the Intelligence and Property Franchise / MacCorkle, Wm. A. -- [92] Fugitive Slaves (1619-1865). Fay House Monographs, no. 3. Publications of the Society for the Collegiate Instruction of Women / McDougall, Marion Gleason."@en ;
   schema:description "[91] A View of the Action of the Federal Government, in behalf of Slavery / Jay, William -- [92] The Integrity of Our National Union, vs. Abolitionism: An Argument From the Bible, In Proof of the Position That Believing Masters Ought to Be Honored and Obeyed by Their Own Servants, and Tolerated in, Not Excommunicated from, the Church of God; Being Part of a Speech Delivered Before the Synod of Cincinnati on the Subject of Slavery, September 19th and 20th, 1843 / Junkin, George -- [93] Ladies' Anti-Slavery Associations -- [94] ... Annual Report of the Ladies' New-York City Anti-Slavery Society [3rd annual report for 1837] / Ladies' New-York City Anti-Slavery Society -- [23] The Law and the Testimony Concerning Slavery. No. 1 -- [95] Pennsylvania and the Fugitive Slave Law: Correspondence Between the H. John Letcher, Gov. of Virginia, and Lewis D. Vail, Esq., of Philadelphia / Letcher, John, and Lewis D. Vail -- [96] A Letter from an Elder in an Old School Presbyterian Church to His Son at College -- [97] A Letter to the Right Rev. L. Silliman Ives, Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of North Carolina -- [98] No. 119. The Negro Servant: An Authentic and Interesting Narrative / Liverpool Religious Tract Society -- [99] An Appeal for the Bondwoman: To Her Own Sex / Lloyd, Elizabeth -- [100] The Higher Law in Its Application to the Fugitive Slave Bill. A Sermon on the Duties Men Owe to God and to Governments / Lord, John C. -- [101] Pamphlets Issued by the Loyal Publication Society. Nos. 18, 39, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 87 / Loyal Publication Society -- [102] Horace Mann's Letters on the Extension of Slavery into California and New Mexico; and on the Duty of Congress to Provide the Trial by Jury for Alleged Fugitive Slaves / Mann, Horace -- [103] Speech of Horace Mann, of Massachusetts, on the Subject of Slavery in the Territories, and the Consequences of a Dissolution of the Union / Mann, Horace -- [104] ... Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society [6th annual report, 1838] / Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society -- [105] The American Crisis, in Relation to the Anti-Slavery Cause / Massie, James William -- [106] Slavery. A Treatise, Showing that Slavery is Neither a Moral, Political, nor Social Evil / [Mell, P.H.] -- [107] The Message of President Lincoln to Congress. Daily News, Tuesday, December 17th, 1861. Quarterly Review? -- [108] Slavery and the American War. A Lecture / Miller, Marmaduke -- [109] Facts for the People; Showing the Relations of the United States Government to Slavery, Embracing a History of the Mexican War, Its Origins and Objects / Moody, Loring -- [110] The "Negro Pew": Being an Inquiry Concerning the Propriety of Distinctions in the House of God, on Account of Color -- [111] ... Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the New-England Anti-Slavery Society [1st-2nd annual reports,1833-1834] / New-England Anti-Slavery Society -- [112] Constitution of the New England Anti-Slavery Society: With an Address to the Public / New England Anti-Slavery Society -- [113] Proceedings of the New England Anti-Slavery Convention, Held in Boston on the 27th, 28th, and 29th of May, 1834 / New England Anti-Slavery Convention -- [114] No. 74. Justice to the Blacks the Interest of the Nation / New England Loyal Publication Society -- [115] Annual Report of the New York Committee of Vigilance / New York Committee of Vigilance -- [116] The Higher Law in Its Application to the Fugitive Slave Bill. Review of Dr. John C. Lord's Sermon on the Duties Men Owe to God and to Governments / Newell, John -- [117] The War in America and Negro Emancipation. A Speech / Noel, Baptist W. -- [118] The North and South: Reasons Why Coleman Yellott, the State Senator of Baltimore City, Would Not Have Voted to Censure Henry Winter Davis for Voting for William Pennington for Speaker of the House of Representatives. From the Baltimore Clipper of April 3rd, 1860 -- [119] Slavery, and the Remedy; or, Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code / Nott, Samuel -- [120] Slavery and the Remedy; or, Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code. 4th ed. / Nott, Samuel -- [121] Slavery and the Remedy; or, Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code, with a Review of the Decision of the Supreme Court in the Case of Dred Scott. 5th ed. / Nott, Samuel -- [122] Narrative of the Late Riotous Proceedings Against the Liberty of the Press, in Cincinnati. With Remarks and Historical Notices, Relating to Emancipation / Ohio Anti-Slavery Society -- [23] On Slavery. No. 3. No. 1. American Reform Tract and Book Society -- [123] Origin and Objects of the Slaveholders' Conspiracy Against Democratic Principles, As Well As Against the National Union / O'Reilly, Henry -- [124] The Policy of Emancipation: In Three Letters to ... / Owen, Robert Dale -- [125] The True Issue and the Duty of the Whigs. An Address Before the Citizens of Cambridge, October 1, 1856 / Parker, Joel -- [126] The "Negro Question" / Parrish, Joseph -- [127] Annual Report of the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society / Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society -- [127a] American Slavery; a Lecture Delivered before the American Anti-Slavery Society / Wendell Phillips -- [128] The Church As It Is: or The Forlorn Hope of Slavery. 2nd ed. / Pillsbury, Parker -- [129] Popular Series of National Documents -- [23] Prayer for the Oppressed. No. 46 -- [130] Testimony of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America on the Subject of Slavery. A.D. 1858 / Presbyterian Church in the USA -- [131] Proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention, Held at Rochester, NY, December 15 and 16, 1857 -- [132] Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Convention Assembled to Organize a State Anti-Slavery Society, at Harrisburg, on the 31st of January and 1st, 2d and 3d of February, 1837 -- [133] Appeal of 40,000 Citizens, Threatened with Disfranchisement, to the People of Pennsylvania / Purvis, Robert -- [134] A Tribute to the Memory of Thomas Shipley, the Philanthropist / Purvis, Robert -- [135] Address Illustrative of the Nature and Power of the Slave States, and the Duties of the Free States / Quincy, Josiah."@en ;
   schema:description "Part 4: Compromise of 1850 (speeches listed chronologically by first date given) -- [1] Remarks of Messrs. Clemens, Butler, and Jefferson Davis, on the Vermont Resolutions Relating to Slavery, Delivered in Senate of the United States, January 10, 1850 -- [2] Territorial Governments: Speech of Hon. Lewis Cass, or Michigan, in Senate of the United States, January 21 and 22, 1850, On the Government of the Territories, and on the Constitutionality and Expediency of the Wilmot Proviso -- [3] 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 -- [4] Speech of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, in Support of His Propositions to Compromise on the Slavery Question in the Senate of the United States, February 5, 1850. Rev. ed. -- [5] Speech of Hon. Sam Houston, of Texas, on the Subject of Compromise, in the Senate of the United States, February 8, 1850 -- [6] Speech of Mr. Berrien, of Georgia, on the Slavery Question, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 11 & 12, 1850 -- [7] Remarks of Mr. Cass, of Michigan, on the Dissolution of the Union, and the Constitution of California, in the Senate of the United States, February 12 and 20, 1850 -- [8] Speech of Mr. Davis, of Mississippi, on the Subject of Slavery in the Territories, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 13 & 14, 1850 -- [9] Remarks of Hon. A.P. Butler, of S. Caroline, on the Proposition to Admit California as a State into the Union, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 15, 1850 -- [10] Speech of Mr. Downs, of Louisiana, on the Compromise Resolutions of Mr. Clay, in Senate, February 18 and 19, 1850 -- [11] Speech of Mr. Miller, of New Jersey, on the Propositions to Compromise the Slavery Question, and the Admission of California into the Union, Delivered in the Senate on the United States, February 21, 1850 -- [12] Speech of Hon. Thomas J. Rusk, of Texas, on the Boundaries of Texas, Delivered in Senate of the United States, February 27 and 28, 1850 -- [13] Speech of Mr. Calhoun, of South Carolina, on the Slavery Question, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 4, 1850 -- [14] Address of the Hon. John C. Calhoun, in the Senate of the United States, on the Subject of Slavery (Read for him by Hon. Mr. Mason, March 4, 1850) -- [15] Speech of Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine, on the Proposition to Admit California as a State into the Union, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 5, 1850 -- [16] The Compromise Resolutions: Speech of Hon. I.P. Walker, of Wisconsin, in Senate of the United States, March 6, 1850, on the Compromise Resolutions Submitted by Mr. Clay, on the 25th of January -- [17] Speech of Mr. Webster on Mr. Clay's Resolutions, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 7, 1850 -- [18] Letter from Citizens of Newburyport, Mass., to Mr. Webster, in Relation to His Speech Delivered in the Senate of the United States on the 7th March, 1850, and Mr. Webster's Reply [Letter signed April 8th] -- [19] California, Union, and Freedom: Speech of William H. Seward, on the Admission of California, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 11, 1850 -- [20] The Power of Congress Over the Territories: Speech of Hon. Lewis Cass, of Michigan, in Senate of the United States, March 13 and 14, 1850, On the Compromise Resolutions of Mrs. Bell, of Tennessee, and the Proposition to Refer Them to a Select Committee -- [21] Speech of Mr. Badger, of North Carolina, on the Slavery Question, in Senate, March 18 and 19, 1850 -- [22] Speech of Mr. Hale, of New Hampshire, on the Territorial Question, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, March 19, 1850 -- [23] The Territorial Question: Speech of Hon. R.M.T. Hunter, of Virginia, in the Senate of the United States, March 25, 1850 -- [24] Union and Freedom Without Compromise: Speech of Hon. Salmon P. Chase, of Ohio, in the Senate of the United States, March 26, 1850, On the Compromise Resolutions [sic] submitted by Mr. Clay on the 25th of January."@en ;
   schema:description "[31] A Letter to His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester, President of the African Institution, from Zachary Macaulay, esq. Occasioned by a Pamphlet Lately Published by Dr. Thorpe, Late Judge of the Colony of Sierra Leone, entitled "A Letter to William Wilberforce, esq." 2nd ed., enlarged / Macaulay, Zachary -- [32] Mexican Papers. No. V. 1861 -- [33] The Immediate Abolition of Slavery, Compatible with the Safety and Prosperity of the Colonies in a Letter / Mortimer, G.F.W. -- [35] The Negro Equalled by a Few Europeans, Vol. II. Translated from the French -- [36] Negro Slavery; Or, A View of Some of the More Prominent Features of That State of Society, As It Exists in the United States of American and in the Colonies of the West Indies, Especially in Jamaica -- [37] Papers Relating to Free Labour and the Slave Trade -- [38] The Slave Taker & . Or, An Appeal to All Who in Any Way Promote the Traffic in the Persons of Their Fellow Creatures / Peckham Ladies' African and Anti-Slavery Assoc. -- [39] Reasons for Using East India Sugar / Peckham Ladies' African and Anti-Slavery Assoc. -- [40] West India Question. The Outline of a Plan for the Total, Immediate, and Safe Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Colonies / Phillips, Joseph -- [41] A Picture of Colonial Slavery, in the Year 1828, Addressed Especially to the Ladies of Great Britain -- [42] The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave / Prince, Mary -- [43] Reasons for Establishing a Registry of Slaves in the British Colonies: Being a Report of a Committee of the African Institution -- [44] A Review of the Report of a Select Committee of the House of Commons, on the State of the West India Colonies, Ordered to Be Printed, 13th April, 1832; Or, The Interests of the Country and the Prosperity of the West India Planters Mutually Secured by the Immediate Abolition of Slavery -- [45] A Letter Addressed to the Liverpool Society for the Abolition of Slavery / Sandars, Jos. -- [46] Scripture Evidence of the Sinfulness of Injustice and Oppression. Respectfully Submitted to Professing Christians, in Order to Call Forth Their Sympathy and Exertions, on Behalf of the Much Injured Africans -- [47] A Short Review of the Slave Trade and Slavery with Considerations on the Benefit Which Would Arise from Cultivating Tropical Productions by Free Labour -- [48] The Slave Colonies of Great Britain; Or, A Picture of Negro Slavery Drawn by the Colonists Themselves. 2nd ed. -- [49] The Injurious Effects of Slave Labour; An Impartial Appeal to the Reason, Justice, and Patriotism of the People of Illinois on the Injurious Effects of Slave Labour / Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions -- [50] Substance of the Debate in the House of Commons on the 15th May, 1823, on a Motion for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions / The Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions -- [51] A Defence of the Bill for the Registration of Slaves ... in Letters to William Wilberforce. Letter the Second / Stephen, James -- [52] The Speech of James Stephen, Esq., at the Annual Meeting of the African Institution at Free-Masons' Hall, on the 26th March, 1817. Published at the request of His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester, the President of that Society / Stephen, James -- [53] The West India Question. Immediate Emancipation ... / Stuart, Charles -- [54] Negro Emancipation and West Indian Independence the True Interest of Great Britain / Taylor, John -- [55] A Letter to William Wilberforce Containing Remarks on the Reports of the Sierra Leone Company, and African Institution: With Hints Respecting the Means by Which an Universal Abolition of the Slave Trade Might Be Carried into Effect. 2nd ed. / Thorpe, Robert -- [56] The War in Texas; Instigated by the Slaveholder, Land Speculators, & Co. for Re-establishment of Slavery and the Slave Trade in the Republic of Mexico -- [57] The Black Slaves of Prussia, an Open Letter Addressed to General Smuts / Weston, Frank -- [58] An Appeal to the Religion, Justice and Humanity of the Inhabitants of the British Empire, on Behalf of the Negro Slaves in the West Indies / Wilberforce, Wm. -- [59] Thoughts on British Colonial Slavery. An extract from "The Amulet, or Christian and Literary Remembrancer, for 1828" / Wilson, D. -- [60] Emancipation: Or Practical Advice to British Slave-Holders: With Suggestions for the General Improvement of West India Affairs / Winn, T.S."@en ;
   schema:description "Part 2: Pre-Emancipation (1863) -- [1] The Abolitionist -- [2] Address to the Ladies of Ohio -- [3] Address to the Non-Slaveholders of the South, on the Social and Political Evils of Slavery -- [4] A Review of Reports to the Legislature of South Carolina, on the Revival of the Slave Trade / Adger, John B. -- [5] The African Slave Trade: The Secret Purpose of the Insurgents to Revive It -- [6] African Servitude: When, Why, and by Whom Instituted. By Whom, and How Long Shall It Be Maintained? -- [23] Agitation: the Doom of Slavery. No. 4 -- [7] Mr. Allen's Speech on Ministers Leaving a Moral Kingdon 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 / Allen, B.R. -- [8] The Responsibilities and Duties of American Citizens. A Sermon / Allen, B.R. -- [9] The Annual Report of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Nos. 9, 11, 13 / The American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society -- [10] American Slavery As It Is: Testimony of a Thousand Witnesses / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [11] Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the American Anti-Slavery Society. Nos. 5, 6, 23 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [12] The Bible Against Slavery. The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 5 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [13] Can Abolitionists Vote or Take Office Under the United States Constitution? The Anti-Slavery Examiner, no. 13 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [14] The Chattel Principle the Abhorrence of Jesus Christ and the Apostles, or, No Refuge for American Slavery in the New Testament. The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 7 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [15] Emancipation in the West Indies. A Six Months' Tour in Antigua, Barbados, and Jamaica, in the Year 1837. The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 7 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [16] Interstate Slave Trade. Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 5 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [17] No Slave-Hunting in the Old Bay State. Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 13 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [18] The Power of Congress over the District of Columbia. The Anti-Slavery Examiner, No. 5 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [19] The "Ruin" of Jamaica. Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 6 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [20] Testimonies of Capt. John Brown of Harper's Ferry. Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 7 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [21] White Slavery in the United States. Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 2 / The American Anti-Slavery Society -- [22] American History Leaflets -- Colonial and Constitutional. No. 10. July, 1893. Governor McDuffie's Message on the Slavery Question, 1835 -- [23] Tracts. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 13, 20, 37, 40, 46, 49, 60 / American Reform Tract and Book Society -- [24] A Premium Tract -- Is Slavery Sanctioned by the Bible? / American Tract Society -- [25] The Anti-Slave Reporter, under the Sanction of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Vol. II. No. 6 -- New Series. June 1, 1863 -- [26] Our Duty to the Fugitive Slave: A Discourse / Arvine, K. -- [27] Ninth Annual Report of the Association for the Religious Instruction of the Negroes, in Liberty County, Georgia; together with The Address to the Association by the President, the Rev. Robert Quarterman / Association for the Religious Instruction of the Negroes in Liberty County, Georgia -- [28] Annual Report of the Association of Friends for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the Free People of Color for the Year 1851 / Association of Friends for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the Free People of Color -- [29] An Address Delivered Before The Female Anti-Slavery Society of Philadelphia, in the Session Room of the Second Presbyterian Church in the First Month (January) 1834. To Which is Added an Appendix / Atlee, Edwin Pitt -- [30] An Address to the Citizens of Philadelphia, on the Subject of Slavery, Delivered on the 4th of 7th Month (July), A.D. 1833 / Atlee, Edwin P. -- [23] Prejudice Against Colored People. No. 60 / Aydelott, B.P. -- [31] The Church and Slavery / Barnes, Albert -- [32] Representation of Rebellious States: A Speech / Beaman, F.C. -- [33] The Missionary View of the Southern Situation / Beard, A.F. -- [34] The Bible Against Slavery: Or, An Inquiry into the Genius of the Mosaic System, and the Teachings of the Old Testament on the Subject of Human Rights -- [35] The American Churches the Bulwarks of American Slavery. 3rd ed. / Birney, James G. -- [36] Slavery Contrary to the Bible: An Address Delivered to the Students at the Theological Hall, Canonsburg / Black, John -- [37] A Letter from James Boyle, to Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Respecting the Clerical Appeal, Sectarianism, True Holiness, & . Also, Lines on Christian Rest by Mr. Garrison / Boyle, James, and William Lloyd Garrison -- [38] Validity of Slave Marriages / Bradwell, James B. -- [39] British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society Reports. Reports for the years 1899, 1901, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, [1901] -- [40] Case of the Slave Child Med: Arguments of Counsel, and Opinion of the Court, in the Case of Commonwealth Vs. Aves -- [41] Address to the Parishioners of St. Peter's Church, Pittsburgh. 1864 / Burgwin, H., C.A. Colton, J.W. Paul, H.J. Lynch -- [42] Speeches of Hon. John C. Calhoun and Hon. Daniel Webster on the Subject of Slavery / Calhoun, John C., and Daniel Webster -- [43] Slavery and the Wilmot Proviso / Carey, John L. -- [44] Slavery in Maryland briefly considered / Carey, John L. -- [45] Occasional Discourse on the Nigger Question / Carlyle, T."@en ;
   schema:description "Part 6: Colonization of Liberia -- [1] The African Repository. Vol. 33, no. 3 (March 1857) -- [2] The African Repository and Colonial Journal. Vol. XI. No. 11 (November 1835) -- [2] The African Repository and Colonial Journal. Vol. XVIII. No. 7 (May 1842) -- [3] Address of the Managers of the American Colonization Society to the People of the United States / American Colonization Society -- [4] Information About Going to Liberia / American Colonization Society -- [5] To American Coloured Youth / American Colonization Society -- [6] Emigration to Liberia. An Address Delivered Before the American Colonization Society / Armstrong, S.C. -- [6a] An Oration, Delivered at the Request of the Board of Managers, before the Winchester Auxiliary Colonization Society / Barton, Richard W. -- [7] The Origin and Purpose of African Colonization. Being the Annual Discourse Delivered at the 66th Anniversary of the American Colonization Society / Blyden, Edward Wilmot -- [8] Our Man of Macedonia: His Needs and Our Duties / Callaway, Morgan -- [9] Letters on the Colonization Society: And on Its Probable Results. 7th ed. / Carey, M. -- [10] 5th Annual Report of the Colonization Society of the City of New York, with the Constitution of the Society / Colonization Society of the City of New York -- [11] Proceedings of the Colonization Society of the City of New York, at Their Third Annual Meeting, Held on the 13th and 14th of May, 1835, Including the Annual Report of the Board of Managers, to the Society / Colonization Society of the City of New York -- [12] 13th Annual Report of the Colonization Society of the State of New York / Colonization Society of the State of New York -- [13] Annual Report of the Connecticut State Colonization Society / Connecticut State Colonization Society -- [14] Address of the Hon. Edward Everett, Secretary of State, Delivered in Washington at the Anniversary of the American Colonization Society, January 18, 1853 / Everett, Edward -- [15] The Negro and Liberia / Flummer, D.J. -- [16] North America and Africa Their Past, Present, and Future and Key to the Negro Problem. 3rd ed. / Foard, John F. -- [17] 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 / Garrison, Wm. Lloyd -- [18] America and Africa. The Annual Discourse Delivered at the 71st Anniversary of the American Colonization Society / Hodge, J. Aspinwall -- [19] A Sermon Delivered Before the Vermont Colonization Society, at Montpelier, October 18, 1826 / Hough, John -- [20] African Colonization. An Address / Howe, M.A. De Wolfe -- [21] The Color Question in the United States. A Paper Prepared for the 16th Annual Meeting of the American Colonization Society, Washington, DC, January 16, 1877 / Humphrey, Edward P. -- [22] The Christian Civilization of Africa / Latrobe, John H.B. -- [23] Patriotism, Philanthropy and Religion. An Address Before the American Colonization Society / McGill, Alexander T. -- [24] Maryland Colonization Journal. Vol. I. No. 1. New Series -- Baltimore, June 15, 1841 -- [25] 24th Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts Colonization Society, May 31, 1865 / Massachusetts Colonization Society -- [26] Letter on the Relation of the White and African Races in the United States, Showing the Necessity of the Colonization of the Latter / Mitchell, J. -- [27] Annual Report of the Managers of the New Jersey Colonization Society, Presented at the 25th Anniversary at Newark, Feb. 11th, 1857 / New Jersey Colonization Society -- [28] Address of the New York City Colonization Society to the Public, New York, February 12th, 1834 / New York City Colonization Society -- [29] New York State Colonization Society -- [30] A Letter Signed by the Corresponding Secretary, J.B. Pinney / New York State Colonization Society -- [31] Statement of the New York State Colonization Society As to Its Differences with the American Colonization Society, March 1870 / New York State Colonization Society -- [32] The Undiscovered Country. The 74th Anniversary Address Before the American Colonization Society / Parks, Leighton -- [33] Remarks on the Colonization of the Western Coast of Africa, by the Free Negroes of the United States, and the Consequent Civilization of Africa and Suppression of the Slave Trade -- [34] Two Hundred and Ninety-Five Precepts of W.M.R. Richards, a Negro / Richards, W.M.R. -- [35] African Colonization. An Address Delivered at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Colonization Society / Roberts, Joseph J. -- [36] Is Liberia Worth Saving? Reprinted from the Journal of Race Development, Vol. I, No. 3, January 1911 / Scott, Emmett J. -- [37] Remarks on the Colony of Liberia and the American Colonization Society. With Some Account of the Settlement of Coloured People, at Wilberforce, Upper Canada / Stuart, C. -- [38] Liberia's Next Friend. The Annual Discourse Delivered at the 69th Annual Meeting of the American Colonization Society / Sunderland, B. -- [39] Africa for Africans: Being the Annual Discourse Delivered at the 67th Anniversary of the American Colonization Society / Tiffany, Otis H. -- [40] Constitution of the Young Men's Colonization Society / Young Men's Colonization Society."@en ;
   schema:description "[93] The Colored Race Weighed in the Balance. 2nd ed. / Marshall, C.K. -- [94] Rules for the Society of Negroes, 1693 / Mather, Cotton -- [95] The Value of Race Literature / Matthews, Victoria Earle -- [96] As to the Leopard's Spots, An Open Letter to Thomas Dixon, Jr. / Miller, Kelly -- [97] The Primary Needs of the Negro Race. An Address / Miller, Kelly -- [98] Miscengenation: The Theory of the Blending of the Races, Applied to the American White Man and Negro -- [99] Higher Education and the Negro; an Address Delivered before the American Baptist Home Mission Society, at Asbury Park, N.J., May 26, 1896 / Mitchell, Edward C. -- [100] Wisdom is the Principal Thing. Sermon, May 5, 1895, at Leland University / Mitchell, Edward C. -- [101] Mohonk Conference of the Negro Question. Edited by Isabel C. Barrows. Nos. 1 and 2 -- [102] The Way Out the Negro's Part in Solving the Race Problem / Moore, James McLachlan -- [103] The Status of the Negro / Nash, Charles E. -- [104] Charter Constitution and Organization of the Negro Reformatory Association of Virginia / Negro Reformatory Association -- [105] The Nobility of the Negro / Palmer, William Kimberly -- [106] Proceedings of the Trustees at Their 34th Meeting, New York, 25 September 1895 / Peabody Education Fund -- [107] The Struggle, Perils and Hopes of the Negroes in the United States / Penick, C. Clifton -- [108] Petition and Memorial of Citizens of the United States to the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress Assembled -- [109] The Original Uncle Tom of Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" / Portrait -- [110] Caliban: A Sequel to "Ariel" / Prospero -- [111] The Negro in the Educational, Political, Moral, Social, and Religious Structure of the American Republic / Reed, J.H. -- [112] Negro Civilization in the South; Educational, Social and Religious Advancement of the Colored People / Robert, Charles Edwin -- [113] Southern Outrages / Robinson, John T. -- [114] The Negro As a Political and Social Factor / Ruffin, Frank G. -- [115] Second Report (Semi-Annual) of the Kansas Freedmen's Relief Association -- [116] The Nature of the Negro / Shaler, N.S. -- [117] Negro Delinquent Children in Virginia. At the 21st National Conference of Charities and Correction / Smyth, John H. -- [118] Our Nation's Work for the Colored People / Storrs, R.S. -- [119] Negro Suffrage in the South / Straker, D. Augustus -- [120] Subgenation: The Theory of Normal Relation of the Races; An Answer to "Miscengenation" -- [121] The National Security and the National and the National Faith. Guaranties for the National Freedmen and the National Creditor / Sumner, Charles -- [122] No Compromise of Human Rights, No Admission in the Constitution of Inequality of Rights, Disfranchisment on Account of Color: Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the Proposed Amendment of the Constitution Fixing the Basis of Representation; Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 7, 1866 / Sumner, Charles -- [123] Inaugural Address of Hon. Thomas Swann, Governor Elect of Maryland, Delivered in the Senate Chamber, Annapolis, January 11th, 1865 / Swann, Thomas -- [124] Whites and Blacks, or The Question Settled / Taylor, C.H.J. -- [125] Is Liberty Worth Preserving? / Tourgee, Albion W. -- [126] Pioneer Work on the Sea Islands / Towne, Laura M. -- [127] Truth and Light. Vol. III. No. 7. July 1923 -- [128] The Relations of the Church to the Colored Race / Tucker, J.L. -- [129] Freedman's Pension Bill / Vaughan, W.R. -- [130] Our Home Colony. A Treatise on the Past, Present and Future of the Negro Race in America / Walker, M.F. -- [131] The Good of It. How It Pays to Give Higher Education to Negroes -- Being on Some Account of What Graduates of Atlanta University Are Doing for the Uplifting of Their Race / Ware, Edward Twichell -- [132] Address of Booker T. Washington at the Opening of the Atlanta Cotton States and International Exposition, 18 September 1895 / Washington, Booker T. -- [133] The Negro and the "Solid South" / Washington, Booker T. -- [134] Facts from Florida / Wetherell, Ellen F. -- [135] The Negro in Chicago / Wood, Junius B. -- [136] The Full Enfranchisement of the Negro. From the Congregational Review for April 1867 / Woodworth, C.L. -- [137] An American Dilemma / Wyer, Samuel."@en ;
   schema:description "[46] Caste and Slavery in the American Church -- [47] Going Home to Vote Speeches of S.P. Chase, Sec. of the Treasury, During His Visit to Ohio, with His Speeches at ... / Chase, S.P. -- [48] Reclamation of Fugitives from Service. An Argument for the Defendant Submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States, at the December Term, 1846, in the Case of Wharton Jones Cs. John Vanzandt / Chase, S.P. -- [49] Slaves in Disloyal States: Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury in Answer to a Resolution of the House of January 12, Relative to the Employment and Sustenance of Slaves in the Disloyal States. 1863. (House of Representatives, 37th Congress, 3d Session. Ex. Doc. No. 72) / Chase, S.P. -- [50] Proceedings of the Convention Which Met at Worcester, Mass., March 1, 1859 / Church Anti-Slavery Society -- [51] Circular / Church Anti-Slavery Society of the United States -- [52] Free and Friendly Remarks, on a Speech Lately Delivered to the Senate of the U.S. by Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on the Subject of North American Slavery / Clay, Henry -- [53] A Collection of Valuable Documents, Being ... -- [54] Colonization and Abolition Contrasted / Colton, Calvin -- [56] Address to the Presbyterians of Kentucky, Proposing a Plan for the Instruction and Emancipation of Their Slaves / Committee of the Synod of Kentucky -- [57] Report of the Committee on Slavery to the Convention of Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts / Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts -- [58] Wendell Phillips A Eulogy / Curtis, George William -- [59] Address of Hon. Henry Winter Davis, Delivered at Baltimore, on Wed. Evening, Oct. 16, 1861 / Davis, Henry Winter -- [60] Remarks on Certain Topics Connected with the General Subject of Slavery / Dickson, S. Henry -- [61] Modern Expediency Considered / Dover, David -- [62] The Emancipation of the Southern Whites and Its Effect on Both Races -- [63] The Enormity of the Slave Trade; and the Duty of Seeking the Moral and Spiritual Elevation of the Colored Race -- [64] A Brief Notice of American Slavery, and the Abolition Movement. 2nd ed. / Estlin, J.B. -- [65] Exposition of the Proceedings of John P. Darg, Henry W. Merritt, and Others, in Relation to the Robbery of Darg, the Elopement of His Alleged Slave, and the Trial of Barney Corse, Who Was Unjustly Charged As an Accessory -- [66] Extracts From the American Slave Code. [No. 1] -- [23] The Family and Slavery. No. 37 -- [67] Slaveholding Weighed in the Balance of Truth, and Its Comparative Guilt Illustrated / Fitch, Charles -- [68] A Scriptural View of Slavery and Abolition. 2nd ed. / Fitzgerald, W.P.N. -- [69] An Address Delivered Before the Society of Alumni of the University of Virginia, at Its Annual Meeting / Garnett, M.R.H. -- [70] Un Grand Peuple Qui Se Releve -- Les Etats-Unis en 1861 / Gasparin, Comte Agenor de -- [71] The Uprising of a Great People: The United States in 1861 -- Abridged from the French / Gasparin, Count Agenor de -- [72] Genius of Universal Emancipation and Quarterly Anti-Slavery Review. No. 3. Vol. I -Fifth Series -- [73] Views of American Constitutional Law, in Its Bearing upon American Slavery / Goodell, William -- [74] The Contrast, or The Bible and Abolitionism: An Exegetical Argument / Graham, William -- [75] Greeley Illustrated -- [76] The Martyr. A Discourse, in Commemoration of the Martyrdom of the Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy / Green, Beriah -- [77] Appeal to the Christian Women of the South. 3rd ed. ([The Anti-Slavery Examiner, no. 2]) / Grimké, Angelina Emily -- [78] What is Unconditional Unionism? / Hahn, Michael -- [79] An Address to the Free People of Color of the State of Maryland / Hall, James -- [80] The Slave Power: Its Heresies and Injuries to the American People. A Speech / Hamilton, John C. -- [81] Two Letters on Slavery in the United States, Addressed to Thomas Clarkson, Esq. / Hammond, J.H. -- [82] The Herald of the Glorious Morning or Emanuel, and Genius of Universal Emancipation / Hannaford, Greeley -- [83] Speeches of Messrs. Hayne and Webster in the United States Senate, on the Resolution of Mr. Foot, January 1830 / Hayne, Mr., and Mr. Webster -- [84] Webster and Hayne's Celebrated Speeches in the U.S. Senate on Mr. Foot's Resolution of January 1830. Also, Daniel Webster's Speech in the Senate of the U.S., March 1850, on the Slavery Compromise / Hayne, Mr., and Daniel Webster -- [23] Hebrew Servitude, and American Slavery. No. 2 -- [85] The Negro's Place in Nature: A Paper Read Before the London Anthropological Society -- [86] President Jackson's Proclamation Against the Nullification Ordinance of South Carolina, December 11, 1832 -- [87] The Great Conspiracy. An Address Delivered at Mt. Kisco, Westchester County, New York, on the 4th of July, 1861, the Eighty-Fifth Anniversary of American Independence / Jay, John -- [88] The American Tract Society, Withdrawal from, by the Hon. Judge Jay, on the Ground of its Alliance with the Slave Power / Jay, William -- [89] Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on Mr. Clay's Compromise / Jay, William -- [90] Reply to Remarks of Rev. Moses Stuart, late of Andover Theological Seminary, on Hon. John Jay, and an Examination of his Scriptural Exegesis, Contained in his Recent Pamphlet Entitles, "Conscience and the Constitution" / Jay, William."@en ;
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Dr. Junkin's Synodical Speech, in Defence of American Slavery, Delivered September 19th and 20th, and Published December 1843, with an Outline of The Bible Argument Against Slavery -- [140] Slavery As Recognized in the Mosaic Civil Law, Recognized Also, and Allowed, in the Babrahamic, Mosaic, and Christian Church / Robinson, Stuart -- [141] Inside Views of Slavery on Southern Plantations / Roles, John -- [142] England, the United States, and the Southern Confederacy / Sargent, Fitzwilliam -- [143] A Dissertation on Servitude / Sawyer, Leicester A. -- [144] California, Union and Freedom / Seward, William H. -- [145] The Great Questions of the Times, Exemplified in the Antagonistic Principles Involved in the Slaveholders' Rebellion Against Democratic Institutions As Well As Against the National Union / Sherwood, Lorenzo -- [23] Slavery and the Bible. No. 5 -- [146] Slavery in Its Relation to God. A Review of Rev. Dr. Lord's Thanksgiving Sermon, in Favor of Domestic Slavery, Entitled the Higher Law in Its Application to the Fugitive Slave Bill -- [147] Slavery Indispensable to the Civilization of Africa. 2nd ed. -- [148] Slavery the Mere Pretext for the Rebellion; Not Its Cause -- [149] Review of Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke's Discourse on "The Character and Influence of Abolitionism", a Sermon / Sloane, J.R.W. -- [150] No Slavery in Nebraska: No Slavery in the Nation: Slavery an Outlaw. A Speech / Smith, Gerrit -- [151] A Report of the Committee of the Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions. 1st Report -- June 1824, 2nd Report -- 30 April 1825, 3rd Report -- 21 December 1825 / Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions -- [152] Southern Slavery Considered on General Principles; or, A Grapple with Abstractionists -- [153] A Defence for Fugitive Slaves / Spooner, Lysander -- [154] The Unconstitutionality of Slavery. Cheap ed. / Spooner, Lysander -- [155] The Unconstitutionality of Slavery. Enlarged ed. / Spooner, Lysander -- [156] The State of the Country. From the Princeton Review, January, 1861 -- [157] Slavery, in its Present Aspects and Relations: A Sermon Preached on the Fast Day, April 6, 1854, at Cambridge, Mass / Stearns, William A. -- [158] A Legal Argument Before the Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey, at the May Term, 1845, at Trenton, for the Deliverance of Four Thousand Persons From Bondage / Stewart, Alvan -- [159] Speech of the Slavery Resolutions, Delivered in the General Assembly Which Met in Detroit in May Last / Stiles, Joseph C. -- [160] Northern Interests and Southern Independence: A Plea for United Action / Stille, Charles J. -- [161] Slavery: Its Origin, Nature, and History, Considered in the Light of Bible Teachings, Moral Justice, and Political Wisdom / Stringfellow, Thornton -- [162] A Summary View of the Slave Trade and of the Probable Consequences of Its Abolition -- [163] The Barbarism of Slavery / Sumner, Charles -- [164] Freedom National; Slavery Sectional / Sumner, Charles -- [23] God's Judgments for National Sins. Occasional; no. 13 / Sunderland, Byron -- [165] Discussion on American Slavery ... / Thompson, George, and Robert J. Breckinridge -- [166] Letters and Addresses by George Thompson, During his Mission in the United States, from Oct. 1st, 1834 to Nov. 27, 1835 / Thompson, George -- [167] Christianity and Emancipation: or The Teachings and the Influence of the Bible Against Slavery / Thompson, Joseph P. -- [168] The Fugitive Slave Law; Tried by the Old and New Testaments / Thompson, Joseph P. -- [169] Slavery a Divine Institution. 2nd ed. / Thrasher -- [23] A Tract for the Free States: Let Every One Read and Consider Before He Condemns. A Safe and Generous Proposition for Abolishing Slavery. No. 20 -- [23] True Gospel Preaching: What is it? No. 49 -- [170] Slaveholding a Malum In Se, or Invariably Sinful / Tyler, E.R. -- [171] Uncle Tom's Cabin, Slavery, and the North American Review. Article II -- [172] The Character and Influence of Abolitionism / Van Dyke, Henry J. -- [173] Annual Report of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society. 39th (1858) / Vermont Anti-Slavery Society -- [174] The Power of Congress Over the District of Columbia. 4th ed., with additions by the author. The Anti-Slavery Examiner, no. 5 / Weld, Theodore -- [175] The Power of Congress over the District of Columbia / Weld, Theodore -- [176] The Injustice and Empolicy of the Slave Trade, and of the Slavery of the Africans / Wetherald, Thomas -- [23] The Family Relation, as Affected by Slavery. No. 40 / Whipple, Charles K. -- [177] Relation of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions to Slavery / Whipple, Charles K. -- [178] A Discourse on the Recapture of Fugitive Slaves / Whitcomb, William C. -- [179] A Reproof of the American Church, by the Bishop of Oxford / Wilberforce, Samuel -- [180] The Grand Issue: An Ethico-Political Tract / Willard, Samuel -- [181] Disclosures and Confessions of Frank A. Wilmot. The Slave Thief and Negro Runner with an Accurate Account of the Underground Railroad / Wilmot, Franklin A. -- [182] The Great American Question, Democracy Vs. Doulocracy: or, Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Men, and Free Speech, Against the Extension and Domination of the Slave Holding Interest / Wilson, William -- [183] Rights of Colored Men to Suffrage, Citizenship and Trial by Jury / Yates, William."@en ;
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