From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1824-1909
The "infidelity" of abolitionism.
... Bible view of slavery.
... Can abolitionists vote or take office under the United States Constitution? ...
... Report of the assistant commissioner for Alabama.
The abolition of slavery in Massachusetts :
An account of the interviews which took place on the fourth and eighth of March, between a committee of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, and the committee of the legislature.
An act to incorporate the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company :
Address by Daniel Ullmann, LL.D., before the Soldier's and Sailor's Union of the State of New York, on the organization of colored troops and the regeneration of the South,
An address delivered before the Pro-slavery convention of the state of Missouri, held in Lexington, July 13, 1855, on domestic slavery,
Address delivered before the Union League of Philadelphia, October 31, 1864 /
Address of the Democratic members of the legislature of the state of New-York.
Address of the New-York city anti-slavery society to the people of the city of New-York.
An address on voting and laboring, delivered at Concert Hall, Tuesday evening, March 10th, 1874 /
An address to the anti-slavery Christians of the United States.
Address to the churches of Jesus Christ,
An address to the colored people of Pennsylvania /
Address to the electors of Charleston District, South Carolina, on the subject of the abolition of slavery.
An address to the free people of color of the state of Maryland /
Address to the graduating class of the College Department, Howard University /
Address to the people of west Virginia;
An address, delivered before the free people of color, in Philadelphia, New-York, and other cities, during the month of June, 1831/
Addresses and ceremonies at the New Year's festival to the freedmen, on Arlington Heights;
Addresses delivered in the Hall of the House of Representatives, Harrisburg, Pa. :
Addresses of Rev. Drs. Wm. Hague and E. N. Kirk,
Addresses of the Hon. W. D. Kelley, Miss Anna E. Dickinson, and Mr. Frederick Douglass, at a mass meeting ... Philadelphia, July 6, 1863, for the promotion of colored enlistments.
Africa and colonization :
Africa for Africans :
African colonization by the free colored people of the United States, an indispensable auxiliary to African missions :
African colonization--its principles and aims.
The African problem, and the method of its solution.
The African slave trade.
African slave trade in Jamaica, and comparative treatment of slaves.
African slavery regarded from an unusual stand-point :
The agitation of slavery.
The American Freedmen's Aid Commission.
The American Navy and Liberia :
The American churches, the bulwarks of American slavery.
The American citizen.
American dangers and duties /
American slavery :
American war and American slavery.
The appeal of the Religious Society of Friends in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, etc.,
An appeal on the iniquity of slavery and the slave-trade /
Appeal to the Christian women of the South,
Are North Carolinians freemen? :
As to the leopard's spots;
Authentic anecdotes of American slavery /
The barbarism of slavery:
The Bible against slavery,
Black American joker :
The black man.
A book for the "impending crisis"!
A brief account of the awakening and conversion of David Smith, preacher of the gospel, in the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
A brief examination of Scripture testimony on the institution of slavery, in an essay, first published in the Religious herald, and republished by request;
A brief historical sketch of Negro education in Georgia,
A brief statement of the rise and progress of the testimony of the Religious Society of Friends, against slavery and the slave trade.
Can the South solve the negro problem?
The case stated:
Celebration by the Colored people's educational monument association in memory of Abraham Lincoln,
Census statistics of the Negro :
A centennial Fourth of July Democratic celebration.
A centennial fourth of July Democratic celebration.
Chapter XXIX :
Chapter XXVI :
Chapter XXVIII :
Chapter XXX :
Cheap cotton by free labor,
The Christian civilization of Africa.
Christianity versus treason and slavery.
The church, the ministry, and slavery.
Citizenship, its rights and duties--woman suffrage;
The claims of the Negro, ethnologically considered :
Clear views in 1782, concerning the effects of slavery /
Colonization and missions.
The color question.
The colored race weighed in the balance.
Colored suffrage :
The commission from God, of the missionary enterprise, against the sin of slavery;
[A conference between the American Union Commission and a committee from the American Freedmen's Aid Commission].
Congressional intervention in regard to slavery in the territories :
Contested election case, Aldrich vs. Robbins, Fourth District, Alabama :
The continent of the future.
Copy of a letter written from Buffalo, State of New York, July 23, 1862,
Copy of a letter written from Buffalo, State of New York, North America, Aug. 25, 1862,
Copy of a letter written from Buffalo, state of N. Y., December 21st, 1860.
Copy of a letter, written from Buffalo, state of New York, March 31st, 1864 :
A copy of a letter, written to the President of the United States, on slave emancipation ...
A copy of a letter, written to the president of the United States, on slave emancipation :
Correspondence, between the Hon. F. H. Elmore, one of the South Carolina delegation in Congress, and James G. Birney, one of the secretaries of the American Anti-Slavery Society.
The crime of crimes;
The dangers of extending slavery ; and, The contest and the crisis :
Daniel O'Connell upon American slavery :
Daniel Webster on slavery.