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

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Debate at the Lane Seminary, Cincinnati. Speech of James A. Thome, of Kentucky, delivered at the annual meeting of the American Anti-slavery Society, May 6, 1834. Letter of the Rev. Dr. Samuel H. Cox, against the American Colonization Society.
The declaration and pledge against slavery, adopted by the Religious Anti-Slavery Convention held at the Marlboro' Chapel, Boston, February 26, 1846.
Democratic opinions on slavery!
Democratic platform, people's resolutions.
The despised race :
A dialogue between an abolition croaker, a citizen of Boston, and the Prince of Darkness.
Disunion and slavery.
Domestic slavery in its relations with wealth :
The duties and dignities of American freemen.
The duty of a rising Christian state to contribute to the world's well-being and civilization, and the means by which it may perform the same :
The duty of the white American towards his colored fellow-citizen.
Earl Russell and the slave power /
Education of colored children :
The education of the Negro, a national interest :
Education of the Negroes since 1860,
The eleventh annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States.
Emancipation :
The Emancipation Proclamation.
Emancipation and restoration to their fatherland.
Emancipation and the war.
Emancipation! Enfranchisement! Reconstruction!
"Emancipator" and "Liberator."
Emigration to Liberia.
Emigration to Liberia :
The end of the irrepressible conflict /
The end to the slavery controversy.
England and Liberia.
The English language, in Liberia :
Equal suffrage.
Equality before the law, unconstitutionality of separate colored schools in Massachusetts :
An examination of the case of Dred Scott against Sandford, in the Supreme Court of the United States, and a full and fair exposition of the decision of the court, and of the opinions of the majority of the judges.
The exodus: its effect upon the people of the South. Colored labor not indispensable.
Experience and personal narrative of Uncle Tom Jones, who was for forty years a slave. Also The surprising adventures of Wild Tom, of the island retreat, a fugitive Negro from South Carolina.
The extension of slavery :
Extract from a speech of Hon. Gerrit Smith,
Extracts from documents in the office of the General Superintendent of Refugees and Freedmen :
Facts concerning the freedmen :
Facts for the people of the free states.
Federal taxation :
A few facts respecting the American Colonization Society, and the colony at Liberia ...
A few remarks relative to the spirit form and subsequent developments, sometimes mistaken for insanity /
Fillmore and Sumner.
First gun of the campaign :
First organization of colored troops in the state of New York, to aid in suppressing the slave-holders' rebellion.
Five years' abstract of transactions of the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, the Relief of Free Negroes unlawfully held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the African Race.
The foreign slave-trade :
Forward or backward?
Free church alliance with manstealers.
Free military school for applicants for commands of colored troops, no. 1210 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
Freedman's Savings and Trust Company ... [Charter and by-laws]
Freedman's Savings and Trust Company Act 1865
The freedmen of Louisiana.
The freedmen of South Carolina.
The freedmen of South Carolina:
The Freedmen's Bureau :
Freedom national.
French commerce and manufactures and Negro slavery in the United States.
The fugitive slave bill;
Fugitive slave law.
A full statement of the reasons which were in part offered to the committee of the Legislature of Massachusetts,
General Cass on the Wilmot Proviso.
General Washington and General Jackson, on negro soldiers ...
Gerrit Smith to General Ashley :
The governing race, or, Is slavery sanctioned by the Bible? :
Grant or Greeley--which?
The great American question, democracy vs. doulocracy:
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;
The hand of God with the black race :
Hell located, described, and measured according to the Bible and science :
History of American abolitionism;
The history of slavery and emancipation.
Horace Mann's letters on the extension of slavery into California and New Mexico:
How the action of the churches towards the anti-slavery cause promotes infidelity.
The immediate agencies by which the southern states were precipitated into secession.
The immediate issue:
Immediate, not gradual abolition:
Immigration to the cities :
The impending crisis.
Industrialism plus industriousism and good-will :
Industrie fran¸caise et l'esclavage des n`egres aux ´Etats-Unis. English
Infidelity and abolitionism.
The iniquity:
An inquiry into the merits of the American Colonization Society: and a reply to the charges brought against it.
The installation of Wilbur Patterson Thirkield, D. D., LL., D., as president of Howard University:
Is the South ready for restoration?
Issues at the presidential election :
John F. W. Ware and his work for the freedmen.
The kind and scope of education needed for the colored race :
The landmark of freedom.
Last words from the South /
A lecture delivered in the Tremont Temple, Boston, Massachusetts, on the 24th January, 1856,
Letter from a radical, on the Freedmen's Bureau.
Letter of Daniel R. Goodloe, to Hon. Charles Sumner, on the situation of affairs in North Carolina.
Letter of Gerrit Smith, to Hon. Henry Clay.
Letter of Hon. L. O'B. Branch, of North Carolina, to his constituents.
Letter of Hon. Montgomery Blair,
Letter of John McDonogh, on African colonization;
A letter to Hon. Charles Sumner,
A letter to J.M. Conrad ... on slavery /
Letter to the Hon. Wm. C. Rives, of Virginia, on slavery and the Union /

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