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1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Illinois (IL) - Cook County - Bellwood - ED 16-589 to 595

A view of the present state of the African slave trade

A sermon delivered before the Vermont Colonization Society at Montpeleir sic, October 18, 1826

The eleventh annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States

A few facts respecting the American Colonization Society and the colony at Liberia for gratuitous distribution

Minutes of the Twenty-first Biennial American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race, convened at the city of Washington, December 8, A.D. 1829 : and an appendix, containing the addresses from various societies, together with the constitution and by-laws of the convention

An address, delivered before the free people of color, in Philadelphia, New-York, and other cities, during the month of June, 1831

Letters on the Colonization Society; with a view of its probable results under the following heads: the origin of the Society, increase of the coloured population, manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies in favour of the Society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia and other towns; moral and religious character of the settlers; soil, climate, productions, and commerce of Liberia; advantages to the free coloured population by emigration to Liberia; disadvantages of slavery to the white population; character of the natives of Africa, before the irruptions of the Barbarians; effects of colonization on the slave trade, with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed traffic. Addressed to the Hon. C.F. Mercer, M.H.R.U.S

Speech of Thomas J. Randolph in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the abolition of slavery

Letters on the Colonization Society; and on its probable results, under the following heads: the origin of the Society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns; moral and religious character of the settlers; soil, climate, productions, and commerce of Liberia; advantages to the free coloured population, by emigration to Liberia; disadvantages of slavery to the white population; character of the natives of Africa before the irruptions of the barbarians; effects of colonization on the slave trade, with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed traffic. Addressed to the Hon. C. F. Mercer, M.H.R.U.S

An inquiry into the merits of the American Colonization Society: and a reply to the charges brought against it. With an account of the British African Colonization Society

Remarks upon a plan for the total abolition of slavery in the United States

Address of the New-York City Anti-Slavery Society to the people of the city of New-York

On the British African Colonization Society, to which are added, some particulars respecting the American Colonization Society; and a letter from Jeremiah Hubbard, addressed to a friend in England, on the same subject

Debate at the Lane Seminary, Cincinnati : Speech of James A. Thome, of Kentucky, delivered at the annual meeting of the American Anti-Slavery Society, May 6, 1834 ; Letter of the Rev. Dr. Samuel H. Cox, against the American Colonization Society

A full statement of the reasons which were in part offered to the committee of the Legislature of Massachusetts, on the fourth and eighth of March, showing why there should be no penal laws enacted, and no condemnatory resolutions passed by the legislature, respecting abolitionitssic and anti-slavery societies

The narrative of Amos Dresser, with Stone's letters from Natchez,--an obituary notice of the writer, and two letters from Tallahassee, relating to the treatment of slaves

Appeal to the Christian women of the South,

An account of the interviews which took place on the fourth and eighth of March, between a committee of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, and the committee of the Legislature

To the people of the United States; or, To such Americans as value their rights, and dare to maintain them

Address to the electors of Charleston District, South Carolina, on the subject of the abolition of slavery

Speech of Mr. Vanderpoel, of New York, on the resolution declaring that slaves have no right to petition Congress : delivered in the House of Representatives, Feb. 11, 1837

Correspondence, between the Hon. F. H. Elmore, one of the South Carolina delegation in Congress, and James G. Birney, one of the secretaries of the American Anti-Slavery Society

Authentic anecdotes of American slavery

Proceedings of the Convention of Ministers of Worcester County on the Subject of Slavery; held at Worcester, December 5 & 6, 1837, and January 16, 1838

Why work for the slave? : a manual for the treasurers and collectors of the anti-slavery cent-a-week societies

Immediate, not gradual abolition, or, An inquiry into the shortest, safest, and most effectual means of getting rid of West Indian slavery

Address to the churches of Jesus Christ,

Remarks on the slavery question, in a letter to Jonathan Phillips, esq

Letter of Gerrit Smith, to Hon. Henry Clay

Prospectus of the Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade and for the Civilization of Africa

Report on the practicability and necessity of a house of refuge for coloured juvenile delinquents in Philadelphia

Letter of John McDonogh, on African colonization; addressed to the editors of the New Orleans commercial bulletin

Proceedings of a Convention of the Friends of African Colonization, held in Washington City, May 4, 1842

A brief statement of the rise and progress of the testimony of the Religious Society of Friends, against slavery and the slave trade

On the effects of secluded and gloomy imprisonment on individuals of the African variety of mankind, in the production of disease

The duties and dignities of American freemen

Appendix : Report on African colonization of the Committee on Commerce, February 28, 1843

Loyal National Repeal Association : the following is a copy of the address, which was read by the Liberator, at the meeting on Wednesday ..

Colonization and missions: a historical examination of the state of society in western Africa, as formed by paganism and Muhammedanism, slavery, the slave trade and piracy, and of the remedial influence of colonization and missions

An appeal on the iniquity of slavery and the slave-trade

Southern state rights, free trade and anti-abolition tract no. 1

The narrative of Lunsford Lane, formerly of Raleigh, N. C., embracing an account of his early life, the redemption by purchase of himself and family from slavery, and his banishment from the place of his birth for the crime of wearing a colored skin

Proceedings of the meeting in Charleston, S. C., May 13-15, 1845, on the religious instruction of the Negroes, together with the report of the Committee, and the address to the public. Published by order of the meeting

Colonization and missions: a historical examination of the state of society in western Africa, as formed by paganism and Muhammedanism, slavery, the slave trade and piracy, and of the remedial influence of colonization and missions

Can abolitionists vote or take office under the United States Constitution?

Free church alliance with manstealers: send back the money; great anti-slavery meeting in the City Hall, Glasgow, containing speeches delivered by Messrs. Wright, Douglass, and Buffum, from America, and by George Thompson, Esq. of London; with a summary account of a series of meetings held in Edinburgh by the above named gentlemen

The declaration and pledge against slavery, adopted by the Religious Anti-Slavery Convention held at the Marlboro' Chapel, Boston, February 26, 1846

Papers on the slave power : first published in the "Boston Whig"

Facts for the people of the free states

Shall we give Bibles to three millions of American slaves?

A voice from the South: comprising letters from Georgia to Massachusetts, and to the southern states. With an appendix containing an article from the Charleston Mercury on the Wilmot Proviso ..

The great American question, democracy vs. doulocracy: or, Free soil, free labor, free men, & free speech, against the extension and domination of the slaveholding interest. A letter addressed to each freeman of the United States, with special reference to his duty at the approaching election

General Cass on the Wilmot Proviso

Narrative of Henry Watson, a fugitive slave

Proceedings of the United States Senate, on the Fugitive slave bill,--the abolition of the slave-trade in the District of Columbia,--and the imprisonment of free colored seamen in the southern ports: with the speeches of Messrs. Davis, Winthrop and others

A brief examination of Scripture testimony on the institution of slavery, in an essay, first published in the Religious herald, and republished by request; with remarks on a letter of Elder Galusha, of New York, to Dr. R. Fuller, of South Carolina

The Fugitive slave bill; or, God's laws paramount to the laws of men: a sermon, preached on Sunday, October 20, 1850,

Horace Mann's letters on the extension of slavery into California and New Mexico: and on the duty of Congress to provide the trial by jury for alleged fugitive slaves. Republished with notes

Fugitive slave law: the religious duty of obedience to law; a sermon, preached in the Second Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn, Nov. 24, 1850

A dialogue between an abolition croaker, a citizen of Boston, and the Prince of Darkness

Slavery in its relation to God: a review of Rev. Dr. Lord's Thanksgiving sermon, in favor of domestic slavery, entitled The higher law, in its application to the Fugitive slave bill

The American citizen : a discourse on the nature and extent of our religious subjection to the government under which we live including an inquiry into the scriptural authority of that provision of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the surrender of fugitive slaves : delivered in the Rutgers Street Presbyterian Church, in the City of New York, on Thanksgiving Day, December 12, 1850, and afterwards, at their request as a lecture before the Young Men's Association of Albany and Waterford, N.Y., on January 14th and 15th, 1851

"The higher law," in its application to the Fugitive slave bill: a sermon on the duties men owe to God and to governments, delivered at the Central Presbyterian Church, Buffalo, on Thanksgiving-Day,

Addresses delivered in the Hall of the House of Representatives, Harrisburg, Pa., on Tuesday evening, April 6, 1852

American slavery

An Address to the anti-slavery Christians of the United States

Republic of Liberia: facts for thinking men, showing the present condition of slave labor and free labor, in tropical and semi-tropical countries; and the indispensable necessity of African colonization; being letters originally addressed to the citizens of Cleveland, Ohio, through the Herald and the Plain dealer, daily papers of this city.--Feb. 1852

Five years' abstract of transactions of the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the African Race

The black man: the comparative anatomy and psychology of the African Negro

African slave trade in Jamaica, and comparative treatment of slaves : read before the Maryland Historical Society, October, 1854

The claims of the Negro, ethnologically considered : an address before the literary societies of Western Reserve College, at commencement, July 12, 1854

African colonization by the free colored people of the United States, an indispensable auxiliary to African missions : a lecture

Report of the proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Conference and public meeting, held at Manchester, on the 1st August, 1854, in commemoration of West India emancipation : published under the superintendence of the Committee of the North of England Anti-Slavery and India Reform League

American slavery : a formidable obstacle to the conversion of the world

No compromise with slavery : an address delivered in the Broadway Tabernacle, New York, February 14, 1854

What makes slavery a question of national concern? A lecture, delivered, by invitation, at New York, January 30, and at Syracuse, February 1, 1855

Platform of the American Anti-Slavery Society and its auxiliaries

The United States Constitution

Domestic slavery in its relations with wealth : an oration pronounced in the Cuban Democratic Athenaeum of New York, on the evening of the 1st of January, 1854

Colonization

White slavery in the United States

An address delivered before the Pro-slavery Convention of the State of Missouri, held in Lexington, July 13, 1855, on domestic slavery, as examined in the light of Scripture, of natural rights, of civil government, and the constitutional power of Congress. Published by order of the Convention

The agitation of slavery. Who commenced! And who can end it!! Buchanan and Fillmore compared from the record

The dangers of extending slavery ; and, The contest and the crisis : two speeches of William H. Seward

Three questions answered : what is slavery? were slaveholders members of the Apostolic Church? shall the church adopt the Apostolic standard of discipline, or make a new one?

Infidelity and abolitionism: an open letter to the friends of religion, morality, and the American union

Slavery and its tendencies: a letter from General J. Watson Webb to the New York courier and enquirer

A lecture delivered in the Tremont Temple, Boston, Massachusetts, on the 24th January, 1856,

Slavery and the church: two letters addressed to Rev. N. L. Rice, D.D., in reply to his letters to the Congregational deputation, on the subject of slavery; also a letter to Rev. Nehemiah Adams, D.D., in answer to the "South side view of slavery."

The South : a letter from a friend in the North, with special reference to the effects of disunion upon slavery

The duty of a rising Christian state to contribute to the world's well-being and civilization, and the means by which it may perform the same : the annual oration before the Common Council and the citizens of Monrovia, Liberia--July 26, 1855, being the day of national independence

The extension of slavery : the official acts of both parties in relation to this question

Letter of Hon. L. O'B. Branch, of North Carolina, to his constituents

The commission from God, of the missionary enterprise, against the sin of slavery; and the responsibility of the church and the ministry for its fulfilment: an address, delivered in Tremont Temple, Boston, Thursday, May 27th, 1858, before the American Missionary Association

The relation of slavery to a republican form of government : a speech delivered at the New England Anti-Slavery Convention, Wednesday morning, May 26, 1858

The present aspect of slavery in America and the immediate duty of the North: a speech delivered in the Hall of the State House, before the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Convention, on Friday night, January 29, 1858

The appeal of the Religious Society of Friends in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, etc., to their fellow-citizens of the United States on behalf of the coloured races

Notice of the Rev. John B. Adger's article on the slave trade : published for the author

Experience and personal narrative of Uncle Tom Jones, who was for forty years a slave; also, The surprising adventures of Wild Tom, of the island retreat, a fugitive Negro from South Carolina