Slavery papers, 1200-1833 [RBML]
...Slavery papers, 1200-1833 0.5 linear feet (1 box (118 items)) Cataloged and arranged. This collection is located on-site. This collection has no restrictions. The collection includes a charter...
Lydia Maria Child papers, 1829-1879 [RBML]
... no restrictions. This collection contains letters and manuscripts written by Lydia Maria Child. The letters describe events in Child's personal life, writing career, and with her deep involvement in the anti-slavery...
Van Wagenen Family Documents, 1730-1839 [RBML]
... is located on-site. This collection has no restrictions. A small but interesting collection of family documents that relate to the history of slavery and Columbia. Identification of specific item; Date (if...
John Jay II Papers, 1834-1911 [RBML]
..., and pamphlets. The collection contains mostly John Jay II’s letters and other documents related to his anti-slavery activities. Besides letters, the collection also has John Jay II’s drafts for lectures...
Warner Mifflin Emancipation document, 1775 [RBML]
..., and an early Quaker abolitionist from Delaware. The Mifflins and the Gay family (of the Sydney Howard Gay papers) eventually became interconnected (Mifflinwas the grandfather of Sydney Gay's wife). Slavery...
Collection of Negroiana : [microform], 1800-1981 [RBML]
..., Frederick Douglass, Alexander Dumas, fils, William Lloyd Garrison, Claude McKay, Abraham Lincoln, Henry Mencken, William Pickens, Albert A. Smith, and Booker T. Washington. Also, eighteen slavery documents...
Charles LeRoy Boyd papers, bulk 1838-1863. [Burke]
.... Unprocessed 12/10/2016 Boyd, Charles LeRoy, 1801-1866 Archives. Presbyterian Church Clergy Archives. Slavery and the church Presbyterian Church History Sources. Sermons, American Early works to 1800...
Sydney Howard Gay papers, 1748-1931 [RBML]
..., the son of Ebenezer and Mary Alleyne Otis Gay, was an active abolitionist before and during the Civil War. He edited the ANTI-SLAVERY STANDARD and during the Civil War was managing editor of the NEW YORK...
Eric Foner papers, 1963 - 2018 [RBML]
... and American Slavery (2010) (winner, among other awards, of the Bancroft Prize, Pulitzer Prize for History, and The Lincoln Prize); and Gateway to Freedom: The Hidden History of the Underground Railroad, ( 2015...
Eric L. McKitrick Papers, 1934-2001 [RBML]
... of American History, was a professor at Columbia University from 1960-1989. He is known for his work on the development of the party system, slavery and the Old South, and Andrew Johnson and Reconstruction...
Henry Marion Howe papers, 1875-1917 [RBML]
... was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1848. He was the son of noted philanthropist Dr. Samuel G. and activist and suffragist Julia Ward Howe, best known as the writer of the pro-Union, anti-slavery anthem...
Morgan J. Rhees papers, 1794-1968 [RBML]
... Georgia Slavery South Carolina History 18th century Welsh Americans Albums (books) aat Biographies ftamc Clippings (Information Artifacts) aat Diaries aat Lists rbgenr Notes Obituaries rbgenr Pamphlets...
George Washington Blagden papers, 1830 -- 1873 [Burke]
... Advisory Office. The exact provenance of this collection is unknown. Blagden, George W. Remarks, and a discourse on slavery. Ticknor, Reed, and Fields: Boston, 1854. MB64 1854. The Burke Library at Union...
Nathaniel W. Taylor papers, circa 1822 [Burke]
... society, which brought together students for evening debates that he moderated and judged. Many of these debates centered on the “peculiar institution” of slavery and its maintenance in American society...
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