From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1824-1909
Reply to the speech of Hon. J.C. Breckinridge, delivered in the United States Senate, July 16th, 1861 /
Report of a committee of representatives of New York Yearly Meeting of Friends upon the condition and wants of the colored refugees.
Report of special committee on the passage by the House of Representatives of the constitutional amendment for the abolition of slavery.
Report of the Central Committee of the Society of Friends, for the Relief of the Emancipated Negroes of the United States, for the three months ending 6th month 1st, 1865 :
Report of the Committee of Merchants for the Relief of Colored People, Suffering from the Late Riots in the City of New York.
Report of the Executive Board of the Friends' Association of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity, for the Relief of Colored Freedmen :
Report of the Superintendent of Negro Affairs in North Carolina. 1864.
Report of the proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Conference and public meeting, held at Manchester, on the 1st August, 1854 :
Report of the proceedings of the great anti-slavery meeting, held at the Town Hall, Birmingham, on Wednesday, October 14th 1835 :
Report on the practicability and necessity of a house of refuge for coloured juvenile delinquents in Philadelphia.
Report relative to leasing abandoned plantations and affairs of the freed people in first special agency.
The representation plank in the Republican national platform :
Republic of Liberia.
The Republic of Liberia :
The results of emancipation in the United States of America.
Review of Bishop Hopkins' Bible view of slavery,
A review of Hoffman's Race traits and tendencies of the American Negro,
Review of Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke's discourse on "The character and influence of abolitionism,"
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 /
The right of American slavery /
The right way the safe way,
Rights of the coloured race to citizenship and representation; and the guilt and consequences of legislation against them :
A scriptural view of the moral relations of African slavery /
Second report of a committee of the representatives of New York Yearly Meeting of Friends upon the condition and wants of the colored refugees.
A sermon delivered before the Vermont Colonization Society at Montpeleir [sic], October 18, 1826 /
Shall a nation be born at once? :
Shall we give Bibles to three millions of American slaves?
Slavery and "protection":
Slavery and free labor, described and compared /
Slavery and its tendencies.
Slavery and the church.
Slavery and the rebellion, one and inseparable.
Slavery and the war:
Slavery in its relation to God.
Slavery in the old Northwest /
The slavery question settled :
The slavery question. Dred Scott decision :
Slavery sanctioned by the Bible.
Solemn facts for the colored man and his friends to ponder.
Soliloquies of the bondholder, the poor farmer, the soldier's widow, the political preacher, the poor mechanic, the freed negro, the 'radical' congressman, the returned soldier, the southerner.
Some aspects of the race problem in the South;
The South :
The South and the Negro;
The South, the North, and the nation keeping school :
Southern state rights, free trade and the anti-abolition tract no. 1.
The southern struggle for pure government.
Speech of Cassius M. Clay,
Speech of Gen. Hiram Walbridge, on the proposed amendment to the federal Constitution forever prohibiting slavery in the United States :
Speech of Hon. J.B. Henderson of Missouri, on the abolition of slavery :
Speech of Hon. T.B. Van Buren, on the bill to ratify the amendment to the Constitution of the United States prohibiting slavery :
Speech of Mr. Vanderpoel, of New York, on the resolution declaring that slaves have no right to petition Congress :
Speech of Thomas J. Randolph in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the abolition of slavery.
A speech on "Equality before the law" /
Spirit of the South;
Statistics of the Negroes in the United States,
The struggle between the civilization of slavery and that of freedom, recently and now going on in Louisiana.
Suffrage and civil rights.
Suffrage and reorganization.
Territorial slavery question :
... The extinction of slavery a national necessity, before the present conflict can be ended.
... The foreign slave-trade.
"The higher law," in its application to the Fugitive slave bill.
Three grand mistakes.
Three questions answered :
To the colored men of voting age in the southern states.
To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled ... /
To the people of the United States, or, To such Americans as value their rights, and dare to maintain them.
The Tract Society and slavery :
Train's speeches in England, on slavery and emancipation.
La traite et l'esclavage des noirs /
Tribute of William Ellery Channing to the American abolitionists,
U.S. Grant and the colored people. :
Uncle Tom in England.
The undiscovered country :
Union and liberty :
The United States Constitution.
A view of the present state of the African slave trade.
Virginia Colonization Company.
A voice from the South:
Voices from Connecticut for impartial suffrage.
The war and slavery;
The war, and how to end it.
Welcome to the ransomed, or, Duties of the colored inhabitants of the District of Columbia /
What makes slavery a question of national concern?
What shall be done with the people of color in the United States?
What the Negro has done for liberty in America /
"White man bery unsartin." "Nigger haint got no friends, no how." The blackest chapter in the history of the Republican party.
White slavery in the United States.
Who is Colonel Jennison? :
Why I am a Methodist :
Why disfranchisement is bad,
Why work for the slave? :
The will of the people.
Winning an empire.
The woolly hair man of the ancient South :
Work among the freedmen :
Zina, the slave girl, or, Which the traitor? :