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Frederick Douglass.

Frederick Douglass.

The Colored Champion of Freedom.

Freedom to the Slaves.

Freedom to the Slaves.

Proclaimed January 1st 1863, by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States. "Proclaim Liberty Throughout...

Frederick Douglass.

Frederick Douglass.

The Colored Champion of Freedom.

Certificate issued by the Overseers of the Poor of the Town of Mamaroneck to John Peter De Lancey, exonerating him from liability for maintenance of former slaves, July 5, 1803

Certificate issued by the Overseers of the Poor of the Town of Mamaroneck to John Peter De Lancey, exonerating him from liability for maintenance of former slaves, July 5, 1803

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This is to Certify, That the Bearer hereof George Elliga Moore being a Free Negro, has the Commandant's Permission to pass from this Garrison to whatever Place he may think proper.

This is to Certify, That the Bearer hereof George Elliga Moore being a Free Negro, has the Commandant's Permission to pass from this Garrison to whatever Place he may think proper.

This is to Certify, to whomsoever it may concern, That the Bearer hereof George Elliga Moore being a...

Elizabeth O'Neal to Mary Johnson [Deed of manumission.]

Elizabeth O'Neal to Mary Johnson [Deed of manumission.]

By Jacob Radcliff Mayor, and Richard Riker Recorder, of the City of New-York, It is hereby Certified,...

Henry Bibb

Henry Bibb

Lord! Deliver me from slavery, and I will ever serve thee. Stop the runaway! Where is he? $50 reward...

Re - Construction, or "A White Man's Government".

Re - Construction, or "A White Man's Government".


Letter from Thomas Jones to David Richard Floyd, February 5, 1788

Letter from Thomas Jones to David Richard Floyd, February 5, 1788

2 p.

Certificate of the ability of Cato to get his Living [Deed of manumission.]

Certificate of the ability of Cato to get his Living [Deed of manumission.]

We the [...] overseers of the poor of the Town of Jamaica in Queens County do herby certify that a Negro...

Grand revival of J. Pemberton Smith's and G. C. Howard's version of "Uncle Tom's Cabin"

Grand revival of J. Pemberton Smith's and G. C. Howard's version of "Uncle Tom's Cabin"

The great original Mrs. G. C. Howard, the first lady who ever played the part, will appear in her world-renowned...

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