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E History: United States (General) (Go to start of category)
E449 .H83 [Info] The Higher Law, In Its Relations to Civil Government: With Particular Reference to Slavery, and the Fugitive Slave Law, by William Hosmer (page images at MOA)
E449 .H96 [Info] Topics of Jurisprudence Connected with Conditions of Freedom and Bondage, by John C. Hurd (page images at MOA)
E449 .J28 [Info] Abolitionism Unveiled: or, Its Origin, Progress, and Pernicious Tendency Fully Developed, by Henry Field James (page images at MOA)
E449 .J3 [Info] The Story of Mattie J. Jackson: Her Parentage; Experience of Eighteen Years in Slavery; Incidents During the War; Her Escape from Slavery: A True Story, by Mattie J. Jackson and L. S. Thompson (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E449 .K31 [Info] The Views of Judge Woodward and Bishop Hopkins on Negro Slavery at the South: Illustrated From the Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation, by Fanny Kemble, contrib. by John Henry Hopkins and George W. Woodward (multiple formats at
E449 .L47 [Info] African Slavery in America (Philadelphia: T. K. and P. G. Collins, printers, 1856), by Charles Jared Ingersoll (multiple formats at
E449 .L5 [Info] The Liberty Bell, ed. by Maria Weston Chapman (partial serial archives)
E449 .L661 [Info] Letters on American Slavery (Boston: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1860), contrib. by Victor Hugo, Alexis de Tocqueville, Emile de Girardin, H. Carnot, Hippolyte Passy, Giuseppe Mazzini, Nikolai Turgenev, Alexander von Humboldt, Oscar Lafayette, and Edward Baines (page images at HathiTrust)
E449 .L67 [Info] An Address to Christians of All Denominations on the Inconsistency of Admitting Slave-Holders to Communion and Church Membership (Philadelphia: S. C. Atkinson, 1831), by Evan Lewis
E449 .L678 [Info] The Liberator (US abolitionist newspaper, 1831-1865), ed. by William Lloyd Garrison (full serial archives)
E449 .L7 [Info] Liberty or Slavery: The Great National Question, by R. B. Thurston, A. C. Baldwin, and Timothy Williston (page images at MOA)
E449 .L84 [Info] Pictures of Slavery in Church and State: Including Personal Reminiscences, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc. etc.; With an Appendix, Containing the Views of John Wesley and Richard Watson on Slavery. (second edition; Philadelphia: The author, 1857), by John Dixon Long, contrib. by John Wesley and Richard Watson (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E449 .L87 [Info] A Northern Presbyter's Second Letter to Ministers of the Gospel of All Denominations on Slavery, by Nathan Lord (page images at MOA)
E449 .L98 [Info] Leaven for Doughfaces: or, Threescore and Ten Parables Touching Slavery, by Darius Lyman (page images at MOA)
E449 .M282 [Info] Slavery: Letters and Speeches, by Horace Mann (page images at MOA)
E449 .M382 [Info] The Martyr Age of the United States (Boston: Weeks, Jordan and Co. [etc.]; New York: J.S. Taylor, 1839), by Harriet Martineau (multiple formats at
E449 .M466 [Info] Samuel Joseph May. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, September 12th, 1797. Died in Syracuse, New York, July 1st, 1871 (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse Journal Office, 1871), ed. by Unitarian Congregational Society (Syracuse, N.Y.)
E449 .M47 [Info] Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict (Boston: Fields, Osgood, and Co., 1869), by Samuel J. May
E449 .M48 [Info] An Address to All the Colored Citizens of the United States (Philadelphia: Printed for the author by King and Baird, 1846), by John B. Meachum
E449 .M78 [Info] The Monthly Offering (full serial archives)
E449 .M92 [Info] James and Lucretia Mott: Life and Letters, Edited by Their Granddaughter, Anna Davis Hallowell, With Portraits (Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., c1884), ed. by Anna Davis Hallowell, contrib. by James Mott and Lucretia Mott (multiple formats at
E449 .N86 [Info] The North Star, ed. by Frederick Douglass (partial serial archives)
E449 .N92 [Info] Slavery and the Remedy: or, Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code (fifth edition, with a review of the Dred Scott decision; New York: D. Appleotn and Co.; Boston: Crocker and Brewster, 1857), by Samuel Nott (page images at MOA)
E449 .P245 [Info] The Effect of Slavery on the American People: A Sermon Preached at the Music Hall, Boston, on Sunday, July 4, 1858 (Boston: W. L. Kent and Co., 1858), by Theodore Parker (multiple formats at
E449 .P258 [Info] The Slave Power, by Theodore Parker, ed. by James K. Hosmer (multiple formats at

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