From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1824-1909
Letters from the South, relating to the condition of freedmen, addressed to Major General O. O. Howard, commissioner Bureau R., F., and A. L.
Letters on the Colonization Society;
Letters on the colonization society;
Liberia: its origin, rise, progress and results.
Life of James Mars, a slave born and sold in Connecticut /
The Life of slavery, or the life of the nation? :
Loyal National Repeal Association :
Making a world.
The mediator between North and South, or, The seven pointers of the North Star :
The mediator between North and South: or, The seven pointers of the North star.
Message of Samuel W. Black, governor of Nebraska, on the bill for "an act to prohibit slavery" :
A ministry of education in the South.
Minority report and motion to adjourn "sine die." Speech of Isidor Bush, of Saint Louis, delivered in the Missouri State Convention, June 29, 1863.
Minutes of the Twenty-first Biennial American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race, convened at the city of Washington, December 8, A.D. 1829 : and an appendix, containing the addresses from various societies, together with the constitution and by-laws of the convention.
Miscegenation indorsed by the Republican Party.
Mission work among the Negroes and the Indians :
A Mississippi view of race relations in the South.
The moral significance of the contrasts between slavery and freedom:
The Nachash origin of the black and mixed races ... /
The narrative of Amos Dresser,
Narrative of Henry Watson, a fugitive slave.
The narrative of Lunsford Lane, formerly of Raleigh, N.C.,
Narrative of facts in the case of Passmore Williamson.
Narrative of the life of J.D. Green, a runaway slave, from Kentucky :
The Natick resolution;
The national security and the national faith. Guaranties for the national freedman and the national creditor.
The necessities and wisdom of 1861.
The Negro American citizen in the new American life.
The negro and the intelligence and property franchise.
The negro at the South.
Negro education not a failure :
The Negro in Africa and America.
The Negro laborer :
Negro suffrage and social equality /
Negro suffrage is not a failure :
Negro suffrage south :
The negro's place in nature:
The Negro's place in nature:
The negro: what is his ethnological status?
The new Africa.
New Jersey for the Union :
The New Orleans riot: "My policy" in Louisiana.
The new education in the new South /
The new slavery /
A new world.
No compromise with slavery :
No rights, no duties:
No slave hunting in the old Bay State:
North America and Africa:
A North-side view of slavery.
Notice of the Rev. John B. Adger's article on the slave trade :
Occupations of the Negroes,
"The colored American working man of the new time."
On the British African colonization society.
On the effects of secluded and gloomy imprisonment on individuals of the African variety of mankind, in the production of disease.
Open letter to President McKinley by colored people of Massachusetts ...
The opportunity and obligation of the educated class of the colored race in the southern states.
Origin and objects of the slaveholders' conspiracy against Democratic principles, as well as against the national union--
Our country versus party spirit :
The outlawry of a race.
Papers on the slave power,
The patriarchal institution,
Petition and memorial of David Quinn, asking for the re-establishment of Negro slavery in the United States.
Petition and memorial of citizens of the United States to the Senate and House of representatives in Congress assembled ...
The philosophy of the abolition movement.
A picture of slavery,
Platform of the American Anti-Slavery Society and its auxiliaries.
Political record of Stephen A. Douglas on the slavery question.
Prayer for the oppressed :
Premium questions on slavery, each admitting of a yes or no answer;
Premium remedy for hireling slavery;
The present aspect of slavery in America and the immediate duty of the North:
The present state and condition of the free people of color, of the city of Philadelphia and adjoining districts,
Proceedings of a Convention of the Friends of African Colonization, held in Washington city, May 4, 1842.
Proceedings of the Convention of Ministers of Worcester County on the Subject of Slavery;
Proceedings of the Convention of the Equal Rights and Educational Association of Georgia :
Proceedings of the John F. Slater Fund for the Education of Freedmen, 1895.
Proceedings of the National convention of colored men, held in the city of Syracuse, N.Y., October 4, 5, 6, and 7, 1864;
Proceedings of the State Equal Rights' Convention, of the Colored People of Pennsylvania, held in the city of Harrisburg February 8th, 9th, and 10th, 1865 :
Proceedings of the United States Senate, on the fugitive slave bill,--the abolition of the slave-trade in the District of Columbia,--and the imprisonment of free colored seamen in the southern ports:
Proceedings of the meeting in Charleston, S. C., May 13-15, 1845, on the religious instruction of the Negroes,
Proceedings of the trustees of the John F. Slater Fund for the Education of Freedmen, 1891.
The progress of colored women /
Prospectus of the Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade and for the Civilization of Africa.
The question of caste.
The race for Africa.
The record of George Wm. Gordon.
Reflections on the causes that led to the formation of the colonization society: with a view of its probable results:
The relation of slavery to a republican form of government :
The relation of the general government to slavery :
The relation of the national government to the revolted citizens defined :
Remarks on Bishop Hopkins' letter on the Bible view of slavery.
Remarks on the slavery question,
Remarks upon a plan for the total abolition of slavery in the United States.
A reply to Mr. Charles Ingersoll's "Letter to a friend in a slave state" /
A reply to the letter of Bishop Hopkins, addressed to Dr. Howe in the print called "The Age," of December 8th, 1863.
A reply to the resolutions passed by the late Philadelphia annual conference of the Methodist Episcopal church in March, 1864.