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"William the Silent" - Folder 4 of 7

"William the Silent" - Folder 4 of 7

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Page 2 has author's name and title of document "Fragment of Assasination of William of Nassau."



1850 - 1895




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Explorefrederick douglass papers at the library of congress speech article and book file

U.S. Constitution: Acts of Congress Relating to Slavery

Miscellany - Folder 1 of 4

Pease, Henry R

Three Addresses on the Relations Subsisting Between the White and Colored People of the United States

Creditt, William A

"Woman Suffrage," Boston, Mass. - Folder 2 of 2

Drafts of Douglass' Autobiography - pp. 619-715

"The Woman Suffrage Movement." Address at the Bethel Literary and Historical Society, Washington, D. C. - Folder 1 of 3

Drafts of Douglass' Autobiography - pp. 730-752

Porter, John K

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