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From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1824-1909

Subjects

Lane, Lunsford,--b. 1803.
Laws--Washington (D.C.)--1865.
Legislative addresses--Virginia--1832.
Legislative addresses--Washington (D.C.)--1862.
Letters--Indiana--Indianapolis--1854.
Letters--New Hampshire--Hanover--1860.
Letters--New York (State)--Peterboro--1865.
Letters--New York--Buffalo--1860.
Letters--New York--Buffalo--1861.
Letters--New York--Buffalo--1862.
Letters--New York--Buffalo--1864.
Letters--New York--Peterboro--1839.
Letters--Texas--Galveston--1866.
Letters--Washington (D.C.)--1877.
Letters--Washington, D.C.--1858.
Letters--Washington, D.C.--1860.
Liberator.
Liberia.
Liberia--Colonization--Congresses.
Liberia--Description and travel.
Liberia--Emigration and immigration.
Liberia--History.
Liberia--History--To 1847.
Liberia--Politics and government.
Lincoln, Abraham,--1809-1865.
Lincoln, Abraham,--Pres. U.S.,--1809-1865.
Lord, John C.--(John Chase),--1805-1877.--Higher law in its application to the Fugitive Slave Bill.
Lord, Nathan,--1792-1870.--Northern presbyter's second letter to ministers of the Gospel of all denominations on slavery.
Manuals (Handbooks)--New York (N.Y.)--1838.
Methodist Church--Education--South Carolina--Charleston.
Methodist Episcopal church--History--Civil war, 1861-1865.
Minstrel jokes--1897.
Minstrel shows.
Miscegenation--United States.
Missions--Africa.
Missions--Africa, West.
Missouri--Politics and government--1861-1865.
Monogenism and polygenism.
National American Woman's Suffrage Association.
Negro race.
Negro soldiers--United States.
Negroes.
Negroes in Africa.
Negroes--Civil rights.
Negroes--Colonization--Africa.
Negroes--Congresses.
Negroes--Illinois.
Negroes--North Carolina.
Negroes--Philadelphia.
Negroes--Politics and suffrage.
Negroes--Southern states.
New Hampshire patriot.
Occasional addresses--Alabama--1906.
Plays--Massachusetts--Lowell--1882.
Prayer.
Prayers--1859.
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.--Board of Missions for Freedmen.
Prisons--Pennsylvania.
Prospectuses--England--London--1840.
Public lands--United States.
Reconstruction.
Reconstruction--Georgia.
Reconstruction--Louisiana.
Reconstruction--North Carolina.
Reconstruction--South Carolina.
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )--Platforms.
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854-)
Republican party.
Republicanism--United States.
Rice, N. L.--(Nathan Lewis),--1807-1877.--Ten letters on the subject of slavery.
Riots--Louisiana--New Orleans.
Rural-urban migration--United States.
Russell, John Russell,--Earl,--1792-1878.
Savings banks--Law and legislation--Washington (D.C.)
Scott, Dred,--1809-1858.
Secession--Southern States.
Sectionalism (United States)
Sermons--1876.
Sermons--Massachusetts--Boston--1874.
Sermons--Massachusetts--New Bedford--1862.
Sermons--Massachusetts--Rutland--1850.
Sermons--New Hampshire--Henniker--1856.
Sermons--Vermont--Montpelier--1826.
Seward, William Henry,--1801-1872.
Slave labor--United States.
Slave narratives--Connecticut--Hartford--1866.
Slave narratives--Kentucky--1864.
Slave narratives--United States--1858.
Slave narratives--Virginia--1849.
Slave trade.
Slave trade--Africa.
Slave-trade.
Slave-trade--Africa.
Slave-trade--Southern States.
Slave-trade--United States.
Slavery and the church.
Slavery and the church--Catholic Church.
Slavery and the church--Free Church of Scotland.
Slavery and the church--Society of Friends.

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