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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
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
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)
E451 .R31 [Info] Echoes of Harper's Ferry (Boston: Thayer and Eldridge, 1860), ed. by James Redpath (page images at HathiTrust)
E451 .T46 [Info] A Plea for Captain John Brown, by Henry David Thoreau (Gutenberg text)
E451 .U52 [Info] Report [of] the Select Committee of the Senate Appointed to Inquire into the Late Invasion and Seizure of the Public Property at Harper's Ferry, by United States Senate Select Committee on the Harper's Ferry Invasion (page images at MOA)
E451 .W94 [Info] The Natick Resolution: or, Resistance to Slaveholders the Right and Duty of Southern Slaves and Northern Freemen (Boston: Printed for the author, 1859), by Henry Clarke Wright
E453 .A4 [Info] The Future of the Colored Race in America, by William Aikman (Gutenberg text)
E453 .A4 [Info] The Future of the Colored Race in America: Being an Article in the Presbyterian Quarterly Review, of July, 1862 (Philadelphia: W. S. Young, 1862), by William Aikman (page images at
E453 .A4 [Info] The Future of the Colored Race in America: Being an Article in the Presbyterian Quarterly Review, of July, 1862 (New York: A. D. F. Randolph, 1862), by William Aikman
E453 .C54 [Info] Rights and Duties of the United States Relative to Slavery Under the Laws of War, by David Lee Child (page images at MOA)
E453 .D22 [Info] Slavery and the War: A Historical Essay (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1863), by Henry Darling
E453 .D76 [Info] The Proclamation of Emancipation: Speech of Charles D. Drake, Delivered in Turner's Hall, St. Louis, January 28, 1863 (1863), by Charles D. Drake

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