Call Number (LC) Title Results
E449 .B26 The church and slavery. 1
E449 .B26i An inquiry into the scriptural views of slavery. 1
E449 .B4 1837 An essay on slavery and abolitionism, with reference to the duty of American females. 1
E449 .B4197 1993 The "Benefits" of slavery / 1
E449 .B53 Slavery and abolitionism, as viewed by a Georgia slave. 1
E449 .B6 1938 Letters of James Gillespie Birney, 1831-1857, 1
E449 .B624 1985 The Black abolitionist papers / 1
E449 .B63 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? 1
E449 .B635 The destiny of the races of this continent : an address delivered before the Mercantile Library Association of Boston, Massachusetts, on the 26th of January, 1859 / 1
E449 .B74 1837 Annual report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society : with a sketch of the obstacles thrown in the way of emancipation by certain clerical abolitionists and advocates for the subjection of woman in 1837. 1
E449 .B77 1972 Picture of slavery in the United States of America. 1
E449 .B773 1838 Picture of slavery in the United States of America. 1
E449 .B79 Blacks in the abolitionist movement, 1
E449 .B86 Slavery and the internal slave trade in the United States of North America; being replies to questions transmitted by the Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society for the Abolition of Slavery and the Slave Trade Throughout the World, Presented to the General Anti-slavery Convention held in London, June 1840, 1
E449 .B87 The planter; or, Thirteen years in the South, 1
E449 .B879 Slavery in American society. 1
E449 .B88 Ought American slavery to be perpetuated? A debate between W. G. Brownlow and A. Pryne held at Philadelphia, September, 1858. 1
E449 .B93 Position of Massachusetts on the slavery question : speech of Hon. James Buffinton, of Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, April 30, 1856. 1
E449 .C18 Negro-mania; being an examination of the falsely assumed equality of the various races of men; 1
E449 .C4 1839 Right and wrong in Massachusetts. 1