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"Thoughts and Recollections of the Anti-Slavery Conflict"

"Thoughts and Recollections of the Anti-Slavery Conflict"

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Anti-slavery literature by Garrison, Goddell, Gerrit Smith, James G. Birney, Alvin Stewart, Wendell Phillips, George Bradburn, Theodore D. Weld, Henry C. Wright, Lewis Tappan, Stephen S. Foster, Parker Pillsbury, Beriah Green, Charles C. Burleigh, Edmund Quincy, Charles Remond.

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1850 - 1895
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Los Corrales
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Porter, John K

Grimke, Francis J. - Folder 1 of 2

Hampton Negro Conference

Pease, Henry R

Eulogy at Memorial Services for Wendell Phillips at the First Congregational Church, Washington, D. C

American Slavery

Do Not Take Temperance into Politics By a Friend of Temperance

"A Lecture on Our National Capital," Baltimore, Md. - Folder 5 of 6

Brayton, Ellery M

"Letter to Henry Clay," North Star

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