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Speech, Article, and Book File, 1846-1894 (continued)
Speeches and Articles by Douglass, 1846-1894 (continued)
"Colored Newspapers," North Star (continued)
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"Henry Clay," North Star
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Feb. 5, letter to William C. Nell, North Star
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Feb., "War with Mexico," North Star
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July
"Northern Whigs and Democrats," North Star
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"What Are the Colored People Doing for Themselves?" North Star
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Aug. 1, address at the celebration of West India emancipation, Rochester, N.Y.
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Sept. 3, "To My Old Master," North Star
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"France," North Star
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"The North and the Presidency," North Star
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"Peace! Peace! Peace!" North Star
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"The Philomethean Society," North Star
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"The Presidency," North Star
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"Samuel R. Ward," North Star
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Speech before the American Antislavery Society
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"William Smith O'Brien"
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1849
May 31, speech before the New England Antislavery Convention, Boston, Mass.
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"Father Matthew" (Theobald Mathew)
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1840s
"Colored Churches," North Star
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Miscellaneous writings about slavery
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1853, May 11, address delivered at Broadway Tabernacle, New York, N.Y., typescript and photocopy
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1854, The Claims of the Negro
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1855
Sept. 11, Address by Frederick Douglass, and Poem by A. C. Hills
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The Antislavery Movement
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1857, Two Speeches by Frederick Douglass; One on West India Emancipation . . . and the Other on the Dred Scott Decision
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1858-1861, "The Races"
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1859, Eulogy, of the Late Hon. Wm. Jay
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BOX 22 REEL 14 1860
Mar. 28, "The Constitution of the United States: Is It Proslavery or Antislavery?" Glasgow, Scotland, photocopy of title page only
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"A Lecture on John Brown"
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1861, "Lecture on Pictures," title varies
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1863
Mar. 2, "Men of Color, to Arms!"
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Apr., "Why a Colored Man Should Enlist"
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July 6, address at a meeting for the promotion of colored enlistments, Philadelphia, Pa., manuscript and printed copy For additional material see Container 24, Jan. 28, 1887
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"The Mission of the War," Philadelphia, Pa., manuscript and near-print copy
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1864
Jan. 26 and 1865, May 9, speech before the Massachusetts Antislavery Society
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Jan. 29, speech before the American Antislavery Society, The Liberator
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Sept. 16, On Abraham Lincoln, The Liberator
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1865
May 9 See same container, 1864, Jan. 26
Oct. 13, lecture on the inauguration of the Douglass Institute, The Liberator
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The Equality of All Men before the Law
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"Abraham Lincoln, a Speech"
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1867, "Composite Nation," lecture in the Parker Fraternity Course, Boston, Mass.
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1860s
"Do Not Fight Truth and Justice"
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"Massachusetts"
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1871, May 30, address at the graves of the unknown dead at Arlington, Va.
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1872-1873, "Reminiscences of the Antislavery Conflict as Delivered During the Lecture Season of '72 and '73," photocopy For additional material see Container 28, "Recollections of the Antislavery Conflict" and "Reminiscences of the Antislavery Struggle," and Container 30, "Thoughts and Recollections of the Antislavery Conflict"
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1873, Address Delivered by Hon. Frederick Douglass, at the Third Annual Fair of the Tennessee Colored Agricultural and Mechanical Association
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1874, Tribute in memory of William Cooper Nell
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BOX 23 REEL 15 1875
July 5, speech on "The Color Question"
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Address at the centennial celebration of the Abolition Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
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1876
Mar. 14, speech before the “Mass Meeting of Colored Republicans,” Washington, D.C.
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"A Lecture on Our National Capital," Baltimore, Md., manuscripts and near-print copy
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