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Browsing Library of Congress Call Numbers : "E450 .P23" to "E451 .M13" (Overview; Include extended shelves)

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E450 .P23 [Info] The Function and Place of Conscience in Relation to the Laws of Men, by Theodore Parker (page images at MOA)
E450 .P25 [Info] The Trial of Theodore Parker, for the "Misdemeanor" of a Speech in Faneuil Hall Against Kidnapping, by Theodore Parker (page images at MOA)
E450 .P42 [Info] The Fugitive Blacksmith: or, Events in the History of James W. C. Pennington, Pastor of a Presbyterian Church, New York, Formerly a Slave in the State of Maryland, United States (second edition; London: C. Gilpin, 1849), by James W. C. Pennington
E450 .P514 [Info] Sketches in the History of the Underground Railroad: Comprising Many Thrilling Incidents of the Escape of Fugitives From Slavery, and the Perils of Those Who Aided Them (Fredonia, NY: W. McKinstry and Son, 1879), by Eber M. Pettit, contrib. by Willard McKinstry
E450 .P55 [Info] No Slave-Hunting in the Old Bay State: An Appeal to the People and Legislature of Massachusetts (Anti-Slavery Tracts new series #13; New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1860.), by Wendell Phillips, William Lloyd Garrison, and Charles C. Burleigh (PDF and XML at loc.gov)
E450 .Q43 [Info] Speech Delivered by Hon. Josiah Quincy, Senior, Before the Whig State Convention, Assembled at the Music Hall, Boston, Aug. 16, 1854, by Josiah Quincy (page images at Google)
E450 .S36 [Info] The Supreme Court and Dred Scott (1860), by Daniel W. Gooch (multiple formats at archive.org)
E450 .S59 [Info] Vermont's Anti-Slavery and Underground Railroad Record (Columbus, OH: Spahr and Glenn Co., 1937), by Wilbur Henry Siebert (page images at HathiTrust)
E450 .S59 A3 [Info] A Narrative of Thomas Smallwood (Coloured Man): Giving an Account of His Birth; The Period He Was Held in Slavery; His Release, and Removal to Canada, etc; Together With an Account of the Underground Railroad (Toronto: Smallwood; James Stephens, 1851), by Thomas Smallwood (HTML and TEI with commentary at UNC)
E450 .S73 [Info] The Law-Abiding Conscience, and the Higher Law Conscience; With Remarks on the Fugitive Slave Question, by Samuel T. Spear (page images at MOA)
E450 .S74 [Info] Fugitive Slave Law: The Religious Duty of Obedience to Law, by Ichabod S. Spencer (page images at MOA)
E450 .S851 [Info] The Underground Rail Road (Philadelphia: Porter and Coates, 1872), by William Still
E450 .T471 [Info] Prison Life and Reflections, by George Thompson (page images at MOA)
E450 .W332 [Info] Narrative of Henry Watson, A Fugitive Slave (Boston: Published by Bela Marsh, 1848), by Henry Watson (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E450 .W72 1873 [Info] Life and Adventures of James Williams, a Fugitive Slave, with a Full Description of the Underground Railroad (San Francisco, CA: Women's Union Print, 1873), by James Williams
E450 .W73 N23 [Info] Narrative of Facts in the Case of Passmore Williamson (page images at MOA)
E450 .W81 [Info] Unconstitutionality of the Fugitive Slave Act: Decisions of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin in the Cases of Booth and Rycraft (Milwaukee: R. King and Co., 1855), by Wisconsin Supreme Court (multiple formats at Google)
E451 .A52 1861 [Info] The Anti-Slavery History of the John-Brown Year: Being the Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the American Anti-Slavery Society (with two distinct title pages; New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1861), by American Anti-Slavery Society (multiple formats at Google)
E451 .A551 [Info] A Voice From Harper's Ferry: A Narrative of Events at Harper's Ferry, With Incidents Prior and Subsequent to its Capture by Captain Brown and His Men (Boston: Printed for the author, 1861), by Osborne P. Anderson (page images at HathiTrust)
E451 .B87 [Info] Testimonies of Capt. John Brown, at Harper's Ferry, With His Address to the Court (New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1860), by John Brown (multiple formats at archive.org)
E451 .C53 [Info] Correspondence Between Lydia Maria Child and Gov. Wise and Mrs. Mason, of Virginia (Boston: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1860), by Lydia Maria Child, contrib. by Henry A. Wise, Maria Jefferson Carr Randolph Mason, and John Brown
E451 .D8 1909 [Info] John Brown (Philadelphia: G. W. Jacobs and Co., c1909), by W. E. B. Du Bois (multiple formats at archive.org)
E451 .H17 [Info] The Iniquity: A Sermon in the First Church, Dorchester, on Sunday Dec. 11, 1859, by Nathaniel Hall (HTML and page images at LOC)
E451 .H39 [Info] Old John Brown: The Man Whose Soul is Marching On, by Walter Hawkins (Gutenberg text)
E451 .M13 [Info] The Two Rebellions; or, Treason Unmasked. By a Virginian (Richmond: Smith, Bailey & Co., Sentinel Office, 1865), by William McDonald (HTML and TEI at UNC)

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