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A Plan for the Abolition of Slavery
Address Reported by Gerrit Smith to the Jerry Rescue Convention, held in Syracuse October 1, 1857
Appeal to the Friends of the Slaves
Appointment of Stanton Dec. 1838 as Genl. Agent of Mass. Society
Boston, April 1840
Charles Sumner's The anti-slavery enterprise, 1855
Donations to the Liberator in 1839
Evening of May 29th at Cherden [Chardon?] Street, Boston, 1839
For the Baltimore American. The Danville Review.
Gerrit Smith and the Vigilant Association of the City of New York
Persons to whom we sent the Texas Circular
Poetry, 1843. Weymouth. Bard Adlington.
Printed letter from James Redpath to Lysander Spooner
Proslavery names in 1835
Recommendation to Gov. Morton to fill office and signers
Resolutions passed by the Worcester Co. North Division A. S. Soc.
Slavery Collection, 1709-1864
The undersigned hereby agree to take the number of slaves let against their names respectively, upon the foregoing terms & conditions
To Gerrit Smith March 14, 1847, also to S.P. Andrews, March 31, 1847, also copy of Gerrit Smith's answer March 20, '47.
Volume 5, Minutes of meetings, records, and reports of committees. [Fragment of Standing Committee report, undated]
West India Emancipation
[Admission ticket to the Twenty-Fifth National Anti-Slavery Anniversary]
[Advertisement for lecture by Daniel McFarland]