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To the people of Kentucky. Fellow citizens [A plea for emancipation and for the election to the convention of persons favourable to it]. [Franklin Co.? Kentucky, April? 1799].

To the people of Kentucky. Fellow citizens [A plea for emancipation an...

Not in Evans.; Imprint 2.; Title. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 21, Folder 14.

A Kick at the Broad Bottoms! i.e. - "Emancipation of All the Talents" / Js. Gillray, inv. & fec.

A Kick at the Broad Bottoms! i.e. - "Emancipation of All the Talents" ...

King George III, his face hidden by a pillar, grabs the pigtail of Lord Grenville, and holds his scepter as if ready to strike Grenville. Members of the government, including Howick, holding a torn copy of the ... more

Irish march of intellect; or, the happy result of emancipation / A Sharpshooter fec.

Irish march of intellect; or, the happy result of emancipation / A Sha...

Print shows a bare-foot Irish man and his son in the chamber of an English lord. Hoping to get his son placed as an apprentice, he introduces him to the English lord who is sitting in a chair, wearing wig and robe.

U.S. Reports: McCutchen et al v. Marshall et al, 33 U.S. (8 Pet.) 220 (1834)

U.S. Reports: McCutchen et al v. Marshall et al, 33 U.S. (8 Pet.) 220 ...

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 33; Peters Volume 8; January Term, 1834; James McCutchen and others, Appellants v. James Marshall and others

U.S. Reports: United States v. The Amistad, 40 U.S. (15 Pet.) 518 (1841)

U.S. Reports: United States v. The Amistad, 40 U.S. (15 Pet.) 518 (184...

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 40; Peters Volume 15; January Term, 1841; United States, Appellants, v. The Libellants and Claimants of the Schooner Amistad, her Tackle, Apparel, and Furniture, together with h... more

U.S. Reports: Rhodes v. Bell, 43 U.S. (2 How) 397 (1844)

U.S. Reports: Rhodes v. Bell, 43 U.S. (2 How) 397 (1844)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 43; Howard Volume 2; January Term, 1844; James Rhodes, Plaintiff in error, v. Moses Bell

U.S. Reports: Adams et al. v. Roberts, 43 U.S. (2 How) 486 (1844)

U.S. Reports: Adams et al. v. Roberts, 43 U.S. (2 How) 486 (1844)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 43; Howard Volume 2; January Term, 1844; Austin L. Adams and Ann C. Harding, Plaintiffs in error, v. Julia Roberts

Hymns and songs for the celebration of British West India emancipation, at Abington, July 31, 1858 ... Boston. Prentiss, Sawyer & company, printers, 19 Water Street.

Hymns and songs for the celebration of British West India emancipation...

Verse. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 63, Folder 15.

Important discussion on slavery. There will be a discussion at Chapman Hall, on Wednesday Eve., Dec. 15 [1858] on the following question: Is the American slave better off in his present condition than he would be by a speedy emancipation. Betwee

Important discussion on slavery. There will be a discussion at Chapman...

Slavery.; O'Reilly, Charles D.; Wright, John F. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 63... more

Who is responsible for the war? Who accountable for its horrors and desolations?

Who is responsible for the war? Who accountable for its horrors and de...

Extracts from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens (now Vice-President of the Confederate States), delivered in the Secession Convention of Georgia, on the 31st day of January, 1861. Who commenced the war?… catalo... more

The emancipation of the negroes, January, 1863 - The past and the future / Drawn by Mr. Thomas Nast.

The emancipation of the negroes, January, 1863 - The past and the futu...

Below rays of "Emancipation," a scene of African Americans enjoying a comfortable home life is flanked by scenes of the past, including the selling and abuse of slaves, and scenes of the future, including educa... more

[Trial issue of the Emancipation proclamation.]

[Trial issue of the Emancipation proclamation.]

This is one of only twelve known copies of the first printing, or "trial issue", of the Proclamation. It preceded the final form, fifty copies of which are known to have been printed, and signed by President Lincoln.

An address to the people of the free states by the President of the Southern Confederacy.

An address to the people of the free states by the President of the So...

The famous fake reply to the Emancipation Proclamation, probably printed in the North.

"Emancipation Day in South Carolina" - the Color-Sergeant of the   1st South Carolina (Colored) addressing the regiment, after having been presented with the Stars and Stripes, at Smith's plantation, Port Royal, January 1

"Emancipation Day in South Carolina" - the Color-Sergeant of the 1st...

Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 15, no. 382 (1863 Jan. 24), p. 276.

[Paine copy of the Emancipation Proclamation. Copy 2.]

[Paine copy of the Emancipation Proclamation. Copy 2.]

Done entirely with steel pens and ordinary writing ink, by J. E. Paine, Brooklyn, New York.

First emancipation proclamation, [Facsimile.]

First emancipation proclamation, [Facsimile.]

This original and draft of the first Emancipation Proclamation as described below by the Assistant Secretary of State was presented to the Albany Army Relief Bazaar in Feb. 1864, and brought the sum of $1,000 f... more

Emancipation Proclamation / del., lith. and print. by L. Lipman, Milwaukee, Wis.

Emancipation Proclamation / del., lith. and print. by L. Lipman, Milwa...

Print shows at center the text of the Emancipation Proclamation with vignettes surrounding it; on the left are scenes related to slavery and on the right are scenes showing the benefits attained through freedom... more

The first reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the cabinet / painted by F.B. Carpenter ; engraved by A.H. Ritchie.

The first reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the cabinet ...

Print shows a reenactment of Abraham Lincoln signing the Emancipation Proclamation on July 22, 1862, painted by Francis B. Carpenter at the White House in 1864. Depicted, from left to right are: Edwin M. Stanto... more

Celebration of the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia by the colored people, in Washington, April 19, 1866 Henry A. Smythe, Esq. Sketched by F. Dielman

Celebration of the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia by...

Page includes two illustrations showing African Americans celebrating the abolition of slavery in Washington, D.C. and portrait of Henry A. Smythe, newly appointed Collector of Customs of New York; also include... more

Emancipation

Emancipation

This catalog record contains preliminary data. Copyright by Manhattan Engraving Co. Transfer; U. S. Copyright Office.

U.S. Reports: Sevier v. Haskell, 81 U.S. (14 Wall.) 12 (1872)

U.S. Reports: Sevier v. Haskell, 81 U.S. (14 Wall.) 12 (1872)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 81; Wallace Volume 14; December Term, 1871; Sevier v. Haskell

Mr. Carpenter visits an old church in Transylvania with the wife and daughter of our American minister to Bucharest. Inside this edifice are hundreds of valuable Turkish prayer rugs  reminders of the days when the Crescent rode high over Central and Eastern Europe to the gates of Vienna A Roumanian rig. N.G. ; Roumanian schoolgirls want to know about "flappers". They too are feeling the wave of feminine emancipation that has captured even that man's stronghold---Constantinople.

Mr. Carpenter visits an old church in Transylvania with the wife and d...

Photographs show scenes in Romania including: Mr. Carpenter and family of American minister to Romania, Peter Augustus Jay, in front of a church door in Transylvania; a horse-drawn carriage and a group of scho... more

U.S. Reports: Mahnomen County v. U. S., 319 U.S. 474 (1943)

U.S. Reports: Mahnomen County v. U. S., 319 U.S. 474 (1943)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 319; October Term, 1942; County of Mahnomen v. United States

Emancipation proclamation, [Ornamental rendition of the Emancipation Proclamation].

Emancipation proclamation, [Ornamental rendition of the Emancipation P...

Ornamental rendition of the Emancipation Proclamation.

Proclamation of freedom millions! The emancipation proclamation.
Observations on the slaves and the indented servants, inlisted in the army, and in the navy of the United States. The resolves of Congress, for prohibiting the importation of slaves, demonstrates the consistent zeal of our rulers in the cause of

Observations on the slaves and the indented servants, inlisted in the ...

Imprint 3.; Title. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 144, Folder 31.

Immediate emancipation in the West Indies, Aug. 1st, 1838 / painted by Alexr. Rippingille ; engraved by S.H. Gimber

Immediate emancipation in the West Indies, Aug. 1st, 1838 / painted by...

West Indians rejoicing after being emancipated. "Presented to Mr. F.S. Perkins by Lewis Tappan 6 May 1862" inscription below image. Forms part of: Visual Materials from the National Association for the Advancem... more

Immediate, not gradual abolition, or, An inquiry into the shortest, safest, and most effectual means of getting rid of West Indian slavery

Immediate, not gradual abolition, or, An inquiry into the shortest, sa...

First published in England, 1824. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

"Get off the track!" A song for emancipation, sung by The Hutchinsons, . . .

"Get off the track!" A song for emancipation, sung by The Hutchinsons,...

An illustrated sheet music cover for an abolitionist song composed by Jesse Hutchinson, Jr. The song is dedicated to antislavery editor Nathaniel Peabody Rogers, "As a mark of esteem for his intrepidity in the ... more

Report of the proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Conference and public meeting, held at Manchester, on the 1st August, 1854, in commemoration of West India emancipation : published under the superintendence of the Committee of the North of England Anti-Slavery and India Reform League

Report of the proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Conference and public me...

Cover title. Printed in double columns. "Revised, corrected, and enlarged, from the 'Manchester Examiner and Times' of Wednesday, August 2nd, and Saturday, August 5th, 1854." Also available in digital form on t... more

No compromise with slavery : an address delivered in the Broadway Tabernacle, New York, February 14, 1854

No compromise with slavery : an address delivered in the Broadway Tabe...

Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy has numbers on verso of t.p.; written in blue pencil: 74076, in pencil: 114208 08. LC copy formerly part of YA Collection: YA 24054. S... more

A review of the cause and the tendency of the issues between the two sections of the country, with a plan to consolidate the views of the people of the United States in favor of emigration to Liberia, as the initiative to the efforts to transform the present system of labor in the southern states into a free agricultural tenantry, by the respective legislatures, with the support of Congress to make it a national measure

A review of the cause and the tendency of the issues between the two s...

Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Purchase, Jan. 28, 1991 (DLC #0203227). LAC brd 2019-04-24 no edits (2 cards)

The Song of the contrabands

The Song of the contrabands

Music associated with the Union side

The war, and how to end it

The war, and how to end it

Slocum looks at the abolition of slavery as inevitable in the U.S. and considers the possible effects. He favors emancipation and marshals evidence to show its practical, political, and economic benefits or the... more

Cheap cotton by free labor

Cheap cotton by free labor

Also available in digital form. 010z 01-5136a

Emancipation and the war: compensation essential to peace and civilization ..

Emancipation and the war: compensation essential to peace and civiliza...

Caption title. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site, and on microfilm.

A copy of a letter, written to the President of the United States, on slave emancipation: Indiana House, Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 2, 1854, to His Excellency, Franklin Pierce, President of the United States of North America ; Copy of a letter written from Buffalo, State of N.Y., December 21st, 1860, to the Honorable Abraham Lincoln, President elect, of the United States of North America

A copy of a letter, written to the President of the United States, on ...

Caption title. A series of letters by Frederick Hasted. Also available in digital form.

Watching waiting for the morning

Watching waiting for the morning

Music associated with the Union side

Uncle Abram, bully for you

Uncle Abram, bully for you

Music associated with the Union side

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