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401 Bibliography primary sources Manuscript and Archival Sources Black Abolitionist Papers, Microfilm Collection, Clapp Library, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts James Buchanan Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Salmon P. Chase Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Edgehill-Randolph Papers, Alderman Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville Albert Gallatin Papers, Microfilm Collection, Paley Library, Temple University, Philadelphia William Lloyd Garrison Papers, Abolition and Emancipation Collection, Microfilm Collection, Paley Library, Temple University, Philadelphia Geary Family Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Legislative Petitions to the General Assembly, Norfolk Borough, Library of Virginia, Richmond Pennsylvania Abolition Society Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia William H. 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