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BIBliOGRAPHY Manuscript Collections Charles Francis Adams Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston. Microfilm. American Missionary Association Archives, Amistad Research Center, Tulane University, New Orleans. Microfilm. Antislavery Collection, Cornell University library, Ithaca, N.Y. Autograph File, Houghton library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Blair Family Papers, library of Congress. Breckinridge Family Papers, library of Congress. Archibald W. Campbell Papers, West Virginia University, Morgantown, W.Va. Maria Weston Chapman Papers, Boston Public Library. Salmon P. Chase Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Salmon P. Chase Papers, Library of Congress. Microfilm. Lydia Maria Child Collected Correspondence. Microfilm edition assembled from a number of collections by Patricia G. Halland and Milton Meltzer. Cassius M. Clay Miscellaneous Papers, Filson Club, Louisville, Kentucky. Cassius M. Clay Papers, Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tenn. Cassius M. Clay Papers, Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio. Zebina Eastman Papers, Chicago Historical Society. John G. Fee-Cassius M. Clay Correspondence, Berea College Archives, Berea, Ky. John G. Fee Papers, Berea College Archives, Berea, Ky. William Lloyd Garrison Papers, Boston Public Library. Sydney Howard Gay Papers, Columbia University, New York. Joshua R. Giddings Papers-George W. Julian Papers, library of Congress. Joshua R. Giddings Papers, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio. Daniel Reeves Goodloe Papers, Southern Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. Rutherford B. Hayes Papers, Hayes Presidential Center, Fremont, Ohio. Benjamin P. Hunt Collection, Boston Public Library. Samuel M. Janney Papers, Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. Abraham Lincoln Papers, Library of Congress. Microfilm. Horace Mann Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Mass. Amos A Phelps Papers, Boston Public Library. Samuel Thomas Pickard-John Greenleaf Whittier Papers, Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 220 Bibliography William Henry Seward Papers, University of Rochester. Microfilm. Gerrit Smith Papers, George Arents Research Library, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y. Microfilm. Lysander Spooner Papers, Boston Public Library. Alvan Stewart Papers, NewYork Historical Society, New York. Charles Sumner Papers, Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Microfilm. Lewis Tappan Papers, Library of Congress. Microfilm. Eli Thayer Papers, Brown University Library, Providence, RI. Charles T. Torrey Papers, Congregational Library, Boston. George Truman Papers, Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. Lyman Trumbull Papers, Library of Congress. John C. Underwood Papers, Library of Congress. Newspapers and Periodicals Albany Patriot, 1843-1848. American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Reporter, 1844ยท1846. American Missionary, 1847-1856. American Missionary Magazine, 1857-1860. Anti-Slavery Bugle (Salem, Ohio), 1845-1860. Anti-Slavery Reporter, 1835. Baltimore Saturday Visiter [sic1, 1842-1846. Ceredo Crescent, 1859. Charleston Mercury, 1857-1860. Cincinnati Weekly Herald and Philanthropist, 1844-1846. DeBow's Review, 1857. Emancipator (New York and Boston), 1833-1848. Frederick Douglass Paper (Rochester, N.Y.), 1850-1857. Genius ofUniversal Emancipation (philadelphia), 1830-1834. Independent (New York), 1855-1858. Liberator (Boston), 1831-1860. Liberty Herald (Warren, Ohio), 1845. Examiner (Louisville), 1847-1849. National Anti-Slavery Standard (New York), 1841-1869. National Era (Washington), 1847-1860. New National Era (Washington), 187l. New York Herald, 1848-1857. New York Tribune, 1846-1856. North Star (Rochester, N.Y.), 1848-1850. Oberlin Evangelist, 1855-1859. Pennsylvania Freeman (philadelphia), 185l. Philanthropist (Cincinnati), 1838-1843. Bibliography Principia (New York), 1859-1860. Radical Abolitionist, 1856-1858. Richmond Enquirer, 1849-1860. Southern Literary Messenger, 1847. Tocsin 0/Liberty (Albany, N.Y.), 1842. True American (Lexington, Ky.), 1845-1846. True Democrat (Cleveland), 1847. True Wesleyan (New York), 1845-1860. Wellsburg Weekly Herald, 1856-1860. Wheeling paily Intelligencer, 1856. Contemporary Publications and Published Documents 221 Abel, Annie H., and Frank]. Klingberg, eds. A Side-Light on Anglo-American Relations, 1839-1850; Furnished by the Co"espondence 0/Lewis Tappan and Others with the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Lancaster, Pa.: Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1927. American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Address to the Non-Slaveholders 0/ the South, on the Social andPoliticalEvils o/Slavery. NewYork: S.W Benedict, 1843. American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Annual Reports. New York: AFASS, 1847-51, 1853. American Anti-Slavery Society. SecondAnnual Report. New York: AASS, 1835. American Missionary Association. Annual Reports. New York: AMA, 1846-64. Aptheker, Herbert, ed. A Documentary History o/the Negro People in the United States. 5th paperback ed. 2 vols. New York: Citadel, 1968. Barnes, Gilbert H., and Dwight L. Dumond, eds. The Letters 0/Theodore Weld, Angelina Grimke Weld, and Sarah Grimke, 1822-1844. 2vols. 1934. Reprint, Gloucester, Ma.: Peter Smith, 1965. Bassett, George. Slavery Examined in the Light 0/Nature. Washington: privately printed, 1858. Bell, Howard H., ed. Minutes andProceedings o/the National Negro Conventions, 1830-1864. New York...


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