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Speech, Article, and Book File, 1846-1894 (continued)
Speeches and Articles by Douglass, 1846-1894 (continued)
The Afro-American Press, by I. Garland Penn, review of (continued)
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"The Cause of Republican Defeat," manuscript and near-print copy
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1892
10 Nov., "Douglass on the Late Election"
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28 Sept., "The Negro in This Political Campaign," fragment and photocopy
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Call for the publication of a pamphlet protesting the exclusion of African-American citizens' participation in the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Ill.
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Speech comparing abolition movements and emancipation in Great Britain and the United States
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"A Plea for the Renomination of General Benjamin Harrison," fragments and photocopy
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1893
Jan. 2, Lecture on Haiti. . . Jan. 2d, 1893, printed copy and page proofs
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Jan. 8, effect of the accession of the Democratic Party to power, clipping and typescript fragment
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Circa Oct., Eulogy at memorial services for Lucy Stone
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The Reason Why the Colored American Is Not in the World's Columbian Exposition, manuscript and printed copy
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Remarks at dedication ceremonies at the Haitian Pavilion, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Ill., manuscript, typescript, and typescript in French
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"Remarks of Frederick Douglass on Bishop Daniel A. Payne," manuscript fragment and typescripts
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BOX 26 REEL 17 1894
Jan. 9, Address . . . January 9th, 1894 on the Lessons of the Hour, drafts, page proofs, and printed copy
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Apr., "Lynching Black People Because They Are Black," Christian Educator
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June, "Commencement Exercises, May 31, 1894," Gloucester Letter
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Sept. 3, speech at the dedication of the Manassas Industrial School, Manassas, Va., typescript and clippings
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Address at the annual meeting of the American Missionary Association, Lowell, Mass., manuscript, typescript, and photocopy, Sept. 3
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Campaign speech for John Van Voorhis, fragment
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Anniversary address before the Hillsdale Pioneer Sunday School
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"Brotherhood of Man," photocopy See also Container 31, same heading
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"Decoration Day. A Verbatim Report of the Address of Frederick Douglass at Franklin Square, Rochester, N.Y." manuscript and typescript
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"Exordium," address at the Hillsdale Pioneer Sunday School, manuscript fragment
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"The Freedmen"
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"Haiti," title varies, manuscript, typescript, and fragments See also Container 31, Haiti
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BOX 28 REEL 18 "The Haytian Confusion"
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"It Moves," (title varies), manuscript, typescript, and fragments
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“The Negro,” speech at the Oliver P. Morton Post of the Grand Army of the Republic, manuscript and near-print drafts and fragments
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"The Negro Problem," address before the Bethel Literary and Historical Society of Washington, D.C., typescript and clippings
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"Pictures and Progress," manuscript fragment
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"Recollections of the Antislavery Conflict," two manuscripts
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"Reminiscences of the Antislavery Struggle"
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"Santo Domingo," manuscripts, typescripts, and fragments
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