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Act for the gradual Abolition of Slavery from the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the state of Rhode Island, February 1784.

An address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlawfully held in bondage ... Signed by order of the Society, B. Franklin, President. Philadelphia, 9th of November,

An address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlawfully held in bondage ... Signed by order of the Society, B. Franklin, President. Philadelphia, 9th of November,

Abolition of the slave trade, or the man the master

The abolition of the slave trade Or the inhumanity of dealers in human flesh exemplified in Captn. Kimber's treatment of a young Negro girl of 15 for her virjen (sic) modesty.

The gradual abolition off the slave trade or leaving of sugar by degrees

The Committee to whom was referred the several petitions of the Quakers of New-England, of the Providence Society for the abolition of the slave-trade, and the petition from the delegates of the several societies for the same purpose, in Convent

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809

Title page of a pamphlet: A Plan for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery in the United States, without Danger or Loss to the Citizens of the South (Baltimore: Benj. Lundy, 1825)

Earl of Marr from "The History of Scotland, from the Union to the abolition of the heritable jurisdictions in 1748, etc"

Flora MacDonald from "The History of Scotland, from the Union to the abolition of the heritable jurisdictions in 1748, etc"

portrait from "[The History of Scotland, from the Union to the abolition of the heritable jurisdictions in 1748, etc.]"

map from "The West Indies: the natural and physical history of the Windward and Leeward Colonies; with some account of the moral, social, and political condition of their inhabitants, immediately before and after the abolition of negro slavery"

map from "The West Indies: the natural and physical history of the Windward and Leeward Colonies; with some account of the moral, social, and political condition of their inhabitants, immediately before and after the abolition of negro slavery"

Abolition frowned down

Slavery abolished by the laws of nature!!! Negroes not of the same species with white men!!! The mulatto race will soon cease to exist!! [Regarding course of lectures in aid of the abolition of slavery in the United States to be given by Robert

Abolition Meeting Held at Willis's Rooms in Honor of Harriet Beecher Stowe

Odd-Fellow's Hall. Thursday Even'g, June 8. Last night Uncle Tom's Cabin!

"Buck" taking the pot.

The Buck chase of 1856.

The Republican Standard.

The Rail candidate.

The Great exhibition of 1860.

It appears to me very singular that we three should strike "foul" and be "put out" while old Abe made such a "good lick."

Epitaph. Here lie the mutilated and disjoined remains of the noblest form of government.

Head quarters, Virginia forces, Staunton, Va. Men of Virginia, to the rescue! Your soil has been invaded by your abolition foes, and we call upon you to rally at once, and drive them back. We want volunteers to march immediately to Staunton and

Head quarters, Virginia forces, Staunton, Va. Men of Virginia, to the rescue! Your soil has been invaded by your abolition foes, and we call upon you to rally at once, and drive them back. We want volunteers to march immediately to Grafton and r

Train Extra! Right of free speech! George Francis Train arrested in Faneuil Hall, [Newspaper].

Dan'l O'Connell on democracy! The Catholic Telegraph of Cincinnati, publishes an eloquent and earnest appeal.

The Olive branch. Peace and union. How shall we obtain them?

portrait from "My imprisonment and the first year of abolition rule at Washington"

An Abolition traitor. There are traitors in the North as well as in the South.

An abolition traitor. There are traitors in the North as well as in the South, and there are abolitionists in the South as well as in the North ... Will the workingmen of the Union help them any longer? [Signed] A Democratic workingman. New York

Political caricature. No. 3, The abolition catastrophe. Or the November smash-up

Love me little love me long.

I assure you my friend, that you can safely vote our ticket, for we have no connection with the Abolition party, but our Platform is composed entirely of rails, split by our Candidate.

Scene in the House on the passage of the proposition to amend the Constitution, January 31, 1865

The silent sorrow of the enfranchised slave.

Emancipation. And by virtue of the power and for the purpose aforesaid, I do order and declare that all persons held as slaves … shall be free!

Proclamation emancipation, [Smith/Rosenthal].

The martyr of liberty: in memory of President Lincoln poetry and music by James G. Clark, author of Voice of the army, Let me die with my face to the foe, Moonlight and starlight, Beautiful Annie, &c.

The Triumph of freedom over slavery. Thirty eighth Congress of the United States of America.

Uncle Abe's valentine sent by Columbia; an envelope full of broken chains.

Celebration of the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia by the colored people, in Washington, April 19, 1866 / sketched by F. Dielman.

Abolishing Slavery. Joint resolution of the thirty eight Congress of the United States of America, proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, abolishing slavery.

map from "A Year in Brazil. With notes on the abolition of slavery, the finances of the empire, religion, meteorology, natural history, etc. ... With ten full-page illustrations and two maps"

map from "A Year in Brazil. With notes on the abolition of slavery, the finances of the empire, religion, meteorology, natural history, etc. ... With ten full-page illustrations and two maps"

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil

The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil