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271 Selected Bibliography Full bibliography available at [http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/4945b]. Primary Sources Manuscript Sources Ann Arbor, Michigan University of Michigan, William H. Clements Special Collections Library Harriet deGarmo Fuller Papers Minute books of the United Sons of Salem Benevolent Society of the Free Sons of Ethiopia of Salem Weld-Grimké Family Papers Berkeley, California Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley Jeremiah Burke Sanderson Papers, 1875–1912 Boston, Massachusetts Boston University, Mugar Memorial Library Edward Starr Afro-American Collection William Monroe Trotter Papers Massachusetts Historical Society William Lloyd Garrison Papers, 1833–82 Chicago, Illinois Newberry Library Everett Family Papers, 1820–1930 The Nortnightly of Chicago, 1869– Pullman, Inc., Scrapbooks 272 Bibliography Madison, New Jersey Drew University, United Methodist Church General Commission on Archives and History Methodist Periodical Collection Madison, Wisconsin State Historical Society of Wisconsin African American Newspaper and Periodical Collection Nashville, Tennessee A.M.E. Church, O≈ce of the Historiographer Fisk University John Mercer Langston Papers, 1846–1930 Southern Baptist Historical Society American Baptist Missionary Convention Records New Haven, Connecticut Yale University, Beinecke Library Amos Beman Scrapbooks, I–IV, 1838–57 New York, New York Columbia University, Butler Library Black Abolitionist Papers Records of the National Association of Colored Women’s Clubs, 1895–1992 Morgan Library Gilder-Lehrman Collection New-York Historical Society Gerrit Smith Letters, 1834–74 Union Theological Seminary Auburn Theological Seminary, Records, 1821–1970 Oberlin, Ohio Oberlin College Archives Ellen Lawson and Marlene Merrill Papers Letters Received by Oberlin College, 1822–66 Marlene Deahl Merrill Papers Secretary’s O≈ce IV, Alumni Records 3, Minority Student Records Philadelphia, Pennsylvania African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas, Archives of the African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas, 1792–1996 Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Manuscripts and Archives American Negro Historical Society Collection Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church of Philadelphia, Records, 1822–1972 Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery Bibliography 273 William Still Papers Vigilant Committee of Philadelphia, Minutes book, 1839–44 Salisbury, North Carolina Livingstone College, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Archives Annual and Quadrennial Conference Proceedings Washington, D.C. Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center Bustill-Bowser-Asbury Collection, 1732–1941 Mary Ann Shadd Cary Papers Charles Chapman Papers Anna Julia Cooper Papers Frederick Douglass Papers George T. Downing Papers, 1840–1930 Gregoria Fraser Goins Papers, 1877–1964 John Mercer Langston Papers Ru≈n Family Papers, 1753–1924 Simms Family Papers Gerrit Smith Papers Lewis Tappan Papers Henry McNeal Turner Papers Leigh R. Whipper Papers, 1864–1965 Jacob C. White Papers, 1857–1914 Library of Congress Susan B. Anthony Collection Frederick Douglass Papers, 1841–1964 Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection, American Memory Website National American Woman Su√rage Association Collection, American Memory Website National American Woman Su√rage Association Records, 1850–1960 Elizabeth Cady Stanton Papers, 1814–1946 Carter G. Woodson Collection, 1803–1936 Newspapers and Periodicals The Abolitionist (New York, New York) The Afro-American (Baltimore, Maryland) The A.M.E. Church Review (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) The A.M.E. Zion Quarterly Review (Wilmington, North Carolina) The Anglo-African (New York, New York) Atlantic Monthly (New York, New York) The Christian Recorder (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 274 Bibliography The Colored American (Augusta, Georgia) The Colored American (New York, New York) The Colored American (Washington, D.C.) The Elevator (San Francisco, California) Frederick Douglass’ Paper (Rochester, New York) Freedmen’s Bulletin (Chicago, Illinois) Freedom’s Journal (New York, New York) The Liberator (Boston, Massachusetts) Mirror of the Times (San Francisco, California) National Baptist World (Wichita, Kansas) The National Era (Washington, D.C.) The New National Era (Washington, D.C.) The New York Freeman (New York, New York) The North Star (Rochester, New York) Palladium of Liberty (Columbus, Ohio) The Pennsylvania Freeman (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) The Provincial Freeman (Toronto & Chatham, Canada West) The Rights of All (New York, New York) Rochester Freeman (Rochester, New York) Southern Christian Recorder (Atlanta, Georgia) The Spy (Worcester, Mass.) Star of Zion (Charlotte, North Carolina) Weekly Advocate (New York, New York) Weekly Anglo-African (later The Anglo-African) (New York, New York) Published Primary Sources Abdy, E[dward] S. Journal of a Residence and Tour in the United States of North America. London: John Murray, 1835. Andrews, William L., ed. Six Women’s Slave Narratives. New York: Oxford, 1988. Aptheker, Herbert. ‘‘Report on the Condition of the People of Color in the State of Ohio (1835).’’ In A Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States, edited by Herbert Aptheker, 157–58. New York: Citadel...