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E449 .D738 [Info] My Bondage and My Freedom (c1855), by Frederick Douglass, contrib. by James McCune Smith
E449 .D738 1855 [Info] My Bondage and My Freedom (New York: Miller, Orton and Mulligan, 1855), by Frederick Douglass, contrib. by James McCune Smith (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E449 .D749 [Info] Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave (1845), by Frederick Douglass
E449 .D749 1881 [Info] Life and Times of Frederick Douglass (Hartford: Park Pub. Co., 1881), by Frederick Douglass, contrib. by George L. Ruffin (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E449 .D749 1881 [Info] Life and Times of Frederick Douglass (Boston: De Wolfe and Fiske Co., c1892), by Frederick Douglass, contrib. by George L. Ruffin (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E449 .D7492 [Info] Oration Delivered in Corinthian Hall, Rochester, by Frederick Douglass, July 5th, 1852 (Rochester, NY: Lee, Mann and Co., 1852), by Frederick Douglass
E449 .D75 W37 1906 [Info] Frederick Douglass (London: Hodder and Stoughton, c1906), by Booker T. Washington (HTML and TEI with commentary at UNC)
E449 .D752 [Info] Frederick Douglass (based on an 1899 edition, with some 21st-century annotations), by Charles W. Chesnutt (Gutenberg text)
E449 .D752 1899 [Info] Frederick Douglass (Boston: Small, Maynard and Co., 1899), by Charles W. Chesnutt
E449 .D753 D75 [Info] My Mother As I Recall Her (address delivered 1900, reprinted 1923), by Rosetta Douglass Sprague (page images at
E449 .D76 [Info] Frederick Douglass, the Orator: Containing an Account of His Life, His Eminent Public Services, His Brilliant Career as Orator, Selections from His Speeches and Writings (Springfield, MA: Willey and Co., 1893), by James M. Gregory, contrib. by Frederick Douglass (illustrated HTML and TEI at UNC)
E449 .D765 [Info] Frederick Douglass, the Colored Orator (revised edition; New York: Funk and Wagnalls Co., 1895), by Frederic May Holland (illustrated HTML and TEI at UNC)
E449 .D769 [Info] Frederick Douglass: A Narrative (Washington: The author, 1921), by Leila Amos Pendleton
E449 .E45 [Info] Sinfulness of American Slavery (2 volumes; Cicinnati: L. Swormstedt and J. H.Power, 1850), by Charles Elliott
E449 .E48 [Info] Cotton is King, and Pro-Slavery Arguments: Comprising the Writings of Hammond, Harper, Christy, Stringfellow, Hodge, Bledsoe, and Cartwright on This Important Subject (Augusta, GA: Pritchard, Abbot and Loomis, 1860), ed. by E. N. Elliott, contrib. by David Christy, Albert Taylor Bledsoe, Thornton Stringfellow, United States Supreme Court, Charles Hodge, James Henry Hammond, William Harper, and Samuel A. Cartwright
E449 .E483 2018 [Info] Antebellum Posthuman: Race and Materiality in the Mid-Nineteenth Century (New York: Fordham University Press, 2018), by Cristin Ellis (PDF with commentary at OAPEN)
E449 .F5 [Info] Cannibals All! or, Slaves Without Masters (Richmond, VA: A. Morris, 1857), by George Fitzhugh
E449 .F556 1854 [Info] Sociology for the South: or, The Failure of Free Society (Richmond, VA: A. Morris, 1854), by George Fitzhugh
E449 .F61 [Info] Studies on Slavery, in Easy Lessons, by John Fletcher (page images at MOA)
E449 .F66 [Info] The Liberty Cap (Boston: Leonard C. Bowles, 1846), by Eliza Lee Cabot Follen (multiple formats at
E449 .F68 [Info] The Brotherhood of Thieves: or, A True Picture of the American Church and Clergy: A Letter to Nathaniel Barney, of Nantucket, by Stephen S. Foster (HTML with commentary at
E449 .F682 [Info] Revolution the Only Remedy for Slavery (Anti-Slavery Tracts #7; New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, ca. 1855), by Stephen S. Foster (page images at HathiTrust)
E449 .F9142 [Info] An Address to the Quarterly, Monthly and Preparative Meetings, and the Members Thereof, Composing the Yearly Meeting of Friends, Held in Philadelphia, by the Committee Appointed at the Late Yearly Meeting to Have Charge of the Subject of Slavery (Philadelphia: Printed by J. Richards, 1839), by Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Hicksite : 1827-1955) (page images at Temple)
E449 .F9147 [Info] Slavery and the Domestic Slave Trade, in the United States (Philadelphia: Merrihew and Thompson, 1841), by Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
E449 .F982 [Info] Put Up Thy Sword: A Discourse Delivered Before Theodore Parker's Society, at the Music Hall, Boston, Sunday, March 11, 1860 (Boston: R. F. Wallcut, 1860), by William Henry Furness (multiple formats at Google)

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