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E444 .K54 : Slavery time when I was chillun down on marster's plantation; interviews with Georgia slaves. / Edited by Ronald Killion and Charles Waller.  1973 1
E444 .N87 1968 : Twelve years a slave. / Edited by Sue Eakin & Joseph Logsdon.  1968 1
E444 .S575 : The Slave's narrative / [edited by] Charles T. Davis and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.  1985 1
E444 .S59 : Six women's slave narratives / with an introduction by William L. Andrews.  1988 1
E444 .T894 : Harriet Tubman, the Moses of her people.  1961 1
E444 .Y4 : Life under the "peculiar institution"; selections from the Slave Narrative Collection [Library of Congress. / Selected by] Norman R. Yetman.  1970 1
E445.G3 M64 : On the threshold of freedom : masters and slaves in Civil War Georgia / Clarence L. Mohr.  1986 1
e 445 k5 c7 : Slavery times in Kentucky / by J. Winston Coleman, jr.  1940 1
E445.M6 S92 1965 : Slavery in Mississippi.  1965 1
E445.N5 G7 1942 : The Negro in colonial New England, 1620-1776 / by Lorenzo Johnston Greene ...  1942 1
E445.V8 M67 : American slavery, American freedom : the ordeal of colonial Virginia / Edmund S. Morgan.  1975 1
E446.B77 C45 : George Bourne : and, The Book and slavery irreconcilable / by John W. Christie and Dwight L. Dumond.  1969 1
E446 .J67 : The white man's burden; historical origins of racism in the United States / Winthrop D. Jordan.  1974 1
E446 .P35 : The antislavery argument / edited by William H. Pease and Jane H. Pease.  1965 1
E446 .R63 : Slavery in the structure of American politics, 1765-1820 Donald L. Robinson.  c1971 1
E446.W2 A6 : One continual cry; David Walker's Appeal to the colored citizens of the world, 1829-1830, its setting & its meaning, together with the full text of the third, and last, edition of the Appeal.  1965 1
E446 .Z5 : The first emancipation ; the abolition of slavery in the North.  1967 1
E447 .C67 1969 : An account of some of the principal slave insurrections, and others, which have occurred, or been attempted, in the United States and elsewhere, during the last two centuries. With various remarks. / Collected from various sources by Joshua Coffin.  1969 1
E447 .J66 : Mutiny on the Amistad : the saga of a slave revolt and its impact on American abolition, law, and diplomacy / Howard Jones.  1987 1
E448 .F97 : The road to Harpers Ferry.  1959 1
E448 .H64 1971 : Apropos of Africa; Afro-American leaders and the romance of Africa / compiled and edited by Adelaide Cromwell Hill and Martin Kilson.  1971 1
E448 .P36 : Black Utopia; Negro communal experiments in America / by William H. Pease and Jane H. Pease.  1963 1
E448 .R3 : Black exodus; Black nationalist and back-to-Africa movements, 1890-1910 / by Edwin S. Redkey.  1969 1
E448 .S78 : The African colonization movement, 1816-1865.  1961 1
E449 .A62   3
E449 .A6237 : Antislavery reconsidered : new perspectives on the abolitionists / edited by Lewis Perry and Michael Fellman.  1979 1
E449 .B2 : The church and slavery. / By Albert Barnes.  1857 1
E449 .B262 1969 : An inquiry into the scriptural views of slavery.  1969 1
E449 .B264 : The antislavery impulse, 1830-1844.  1957 1
E449 .B638 1969 : A debate on slavery, held in the city of Cincinnati, on the first, second, third, and sixth days of October, 1845, upon the question: Is slave-holding in itself sinful, and the relation between master and slave, a sinful relation? Affirmative: J. Blanchard. Negative: N. L. Rice.  1969 1
E449 .B72 : Forerunners of Black power : the rhetoric of abolition / edited by Ernest G. Bormann.  1971 1
E449 .C98 : The abolitionists; reformers or fanatics? Edited by Richard O. Curry.  1965 1
E449 .D58 1974 : The abolitionists: the growth of a dissenting minority / Merton L. Dillon.  1974 1
E449 .D736   4
E449 .D738 1968 : My bondage and my freedom / Frederick Douglass.  1968 1
E449 .D74 : Life and times of Frederick Douglass / written by himself. His early life as a slave, his escape from bondage, and his complete history to the present time, including his connection with the anti-slavery movement. With an introduction by Mr. George L. Ruffin.  1882 1
E449 .D74905 : Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass : an American slave / written by himself. Edited by Benjamin Quarles.  1960 1
E449 .D8 1969 : Frederick Douglass.  1969 1
E449 .D84 : The antislavery vanguard; new essays on the abolitionists / edited by Martin Duberman.  1965 1
E449 .D87 1959 : Antislavery origins of the Civil War in the United States. / Foreword by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.  1959 1
E449 .F2 : A sacred circle : the dilemma of the intellectual in the Old South, 1840-1860 / Drew Gilpin Faust.  1977 1
E449 .F49 : The crusade against slavery, 1830-1860.  1960 1
E449 .F555 1960 : Cannibals all! or, Slaves without masters. / Edited by C. Vann Woodward.  1960 1
E449 .F65 : Time on the cross; the economics of American Negro slavery / by Robert William Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman.  1974 1
E449 .F65 Suppl . : Time on the cross : evidence and methods, a supplement / by Robert William Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman.  1974 1
E449.F653 G87 : Slavery and the numbers game : a critique of Time on the cross / Herbert G. Gutman.  1975 1
E449 .F86 : Gregarious saints : self and community in American abolitionism, 1830-1870 / Lawrence J. Friedman.  1982 1
E449 .G2548   4
E449 .G2556 : Two friends of man : the story of William Lloyd Garrison and Wendell Phillips and their relationship with Abraham Lincoln / by Ralph Korngold.  1950 1
E449 .G2558 : William Lloyd Garrison and the humanitarian reformers / Rusel B. Nye ; edited by Oscar Handlin.  1955 1
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