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A South-Side View of Slavery; or, Three Months at the South, in 1854. 3rd ed. Richmond, VA: A. Morris, 1855.
An Inquiry into the Condition and Prospects of the African Race in the United States: And the Means of Bettering its Fortunes. Philadelphia: Haswell, Barrington, and Haswell, 1839.
An Appeal for the Union by a Philadelphia Whig. Philadelphia, 1856.
Christianity versus Treason and Slavery. Philadelphia: H. B. Ashmead, 1864.
The South Vindicated from the Treason and Fanaticism of the Northern Abolitionists. Philadelphia: H. Manly, 1836.
The Iron Furnace: or, Slavery and Secession. Philadelphia: William S. & Alfred Martien, 1863.
Declaration of Sentiments of the American Anti-Slavery Society. Adopted at the Formation of said Society, in Philadelphia, on the 4th Day of December, 1833. New York: Printed by William S. Dorr, c1844.
Minutes of the Proceedings of the Second Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States: Assembled at Philadelphia, on the Seventh Day of January, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety-Five. Philadelphia: Zachariah Poulson, Jr., 1795.
Address Delivered before the Female Anti-slavery Society of Philadelphia, in the Session Room of the Second Presbyterian Church (on Cherry Street,) in the First Month, (January,) 1834. Philadelphia: T.K. Collins & Company, 1834.
The Capture and Execution of John Brown. Chicago: Brethren Publishing House, 1906.
Statistics of the Colored People of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: T. Ellwood Chapman, 1856.
Review of Pamphlets on Slavery and Colonization. New Haven: A. H. Maltby, 1833.
Slavery. Philadelphia: John A. Norton, 1860.
Slavery in the United States: A Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Charles Ball, A Black Man. New York: John S. Taylor, 1837.
The Church and Slavery. Philadelphia: Parry & McMillan, 1857.
An Essay on Slavery and Abolitionism, with Reference to the Duty of American Females. Philadelphia: H. Perkins; Boston: Perkins & Marvin, 1837.
Defence of the National Democracy Against the Attack of Judge Douglas – Constitutional Rights of the States. Speech of Hon. J. P. Benjamin, of Louisiana. Delivered in the United States Senate, May 22, 1860. Washington, DC, 1860.
Kansas Bill. Speech of Hon. J. P. Benjamin, of LA., Delivered in Senate of United States on Thursday, March 11, 1858: Slavery Protected by the Common Law of the New World. Washington, DC: G. S. Gideon, 1858.
Historical and legal examination of that part of decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Dred Scott Case. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1857.
Sinfulness of Slaveholding in all Circumstances; Tested by Reason and Scripture. Detroit: Charles Willcox, 1846.
The History of Slavery and the Slave Trade. Columbus: J & H Miller, 1860.
An Essay on Liberty and Slavery. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1856.
A Debate on Slavery. Cincinnati: WM. H. Moore & Co., 1846.
Right and Wrong in Boston. Boston: Anti-Slavery Society, 1836.
Slavery, and the Slaveholder's Religion; As Opposed to Christianity. Cincinnati: Samuel Brooke, 1846.
Negro-Mania: Being an Examination of the Falsely Assumed Equality of the Various Races of Men. Philadelphia: Campbell and Power, 1851.
Emancipation. Philadelphia: Merrihew and Thomson, 1841.
Remarks on the slavery question, in a letter to Jonathan Phillips, Esq. Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1839.
Slavery. Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1835.
God Against Slavery: And the Freedom and Duty of the Pulpit to Rebuke It, as a Sin Against God . New York: Joseph H. Ladd, 1857.
The Freedmen’s Book. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865.
Minutes of the State Convention of the Coloured Citizens of Pennsylvania, Convened at Harrisburg, December 13 and 14, 1848. Philadelphia: Merrihew and Thompson, 1849.
Testimonies Concerning Slavery. London: Chapman and Hall, 1864.
Letters on the Slave Trade: First Published in Wheeler's Manchester Chronicle; and Since Re-Printed with Additions and Alterations. Manchester [UK]: Printed by C. Wheeler, 1787.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" Contrasted with Buckingham Hall, the Planter's Home. New York: D. Fanshaw, 1852.
A Sermon on American Slavery: Its Nature, and the Duties of Christians in Relation to It. Detroit: J.S. and S.A. Bagg, 1840.
My Bondage and My Freedom. New York: Miller, Orton & Mulligan, 1855.
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. Boston: Anti-Slavery Office, 1845.
The Boston Slave Riot, and Trial of Anthony Burns. Boston: Fetridge and Company, 1854.
Cannibals All! or, Slaves without Masters. Richmond, VA: A. Morris, 1857.
A True Story of the Christiana Riot. Quarryville, PA: Sun Printing House, 1898.
Narrative of Sojourner Truth: A Northern Slave, Emancipated from Bodily Servitude by the State of New York, in 1823. New York: Published by the Author, 1853.
John and Mary; or, The Fugitive Slaves. A Tale of South-Eastern Pennsylvania. Lancaster, PA: Inquirer Printing and Publish Company, 1873.
Autographs for Freedom. Auburn: Alden, Beardsley & Company; Rochester: Wanzer, Beardsley & Company, 1854.
Appeal to the Christian Women of the South. New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1836.
Two Letters on Slavery in the United States, Addressed to Thomas Clarkson, Esq. Columbia, SC: Allen, McCarter, & Company, 1845.
The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet It. New York: Burdick Brothers, 1857.
The Christiana Riot and the Treason Trials of 1851: An Historical Sketch. Lancaster, PA: The New Era Printing Company, 1911.
The Life of Josiah Henson, Formerly a Slave. As Narrated by Himself . London: Charles Gilpin, 1852.
Despotism in America: An Inquiry into the Nature, Results, and Legal Basis of the Slave-Holding System in the United States. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1854.
John Brown and His Men; With Some Account of the Roads Traveled to Reach Harper's Ferry. New York: Funk & Wagnall's Company, 1894.
An Address Delivered before the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Virginia State Agricultural Society, November 4th, 1858. Richmond, VA: MacFarlane & Fergusson, 1858.
A Scriptural, Ecclesiastical, and Historical View of Slavery. New York: W. I. Pooley & Co., 1864.
Slaveholding Not Sinful. Slavery, the Punishment of Man's Sin, Its Remedy, the Gospel of Christ. New Brunswick, NJ: J. Terhune's Press, 1856.
Report of the Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, and the Opinions of the Judges thereof, in the Case of Dred Scott versus John F. A. Sanford. Washington, DC: Cornelius Wendell, 1857.
The Freedmen of the War. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1864.
A View of the Action of the Federal Government in behalf of Slavery. New York: J. S. Taylor, 1839.
The Young Abolitionists; Or Conversations on Slavery. Boston: Anti-Slavery Office, 1848.
A Discourse On The Nature And Extent Of Our Religious Subjection To The Government Under Which We Live. New York: Charles Scribner, 1851.
The Life, Travels, and Opinions of Benjamin Lundy, Including his Journeys to Texas and Mexico, with a Sketch of Contemporary Events, and a Notice of the Revolution in Hayti. Philadelphia: William D. Parrish, 1847.
The War in Texas; a review of the facts and circumstances showing that this contest is a crusade against Mexico, set on foot and supported by slaveholders, land-speculators, &c. in order to re-establish, extend, and perpetuate the system of slavery and the slave trade. Philadelphia: Merrihew and Gunn, 1837.
Slavery Examined in the Light of the Bible. Syracuse, NY: Wesleyan Methodist Book Room, 1855.
Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict. Boston: Fields, Osgood, & Company, 1869.
Slavery Defended from Scripture, against the Attacks of the Abolitionists. Baltimore : Wm. Wooddy, 1842.
Fugitive Slaves (1619-1865). Boston: Ginn & Company, 1891.
The North and the South, or The Question Stated and Considered. Columbia, SC: John G. Bowman, 1850.
A Sketch of the Slave Trade in the District of Columbia, Contained in Two Letters. Pittsburgh, PA: Pittsburgh and Allegheny Anti-Slavery Society, 1838.
Speech of Mr. J. X. McLanahan, of Pennsylvania, on the Slave Question. Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 19, 1850. Washington, DC: Jno. T. Towers, 1850.
The Defence of Warner Mifflin. Philadelphia: Samuel Sansom, 1796.
Slavery, and the Remedy; or, Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1857.
Report of the Lemmon Slave Case: Containing Points and Arguments of Counsel on Both Sides, and Opinions of All the Judges. New York: Horace Greeley & Company, 1860.
The Irish Patriot: Daniel O'Connel's Legacy to Irish Americans. Philadelphia: Printed for gratuitous distribution, 1863.
Journey in the seaboard slave states, with Remarks on Their Economy. New York: Dix & Edwards, 1856.
Mr. Whipple’s Report, and Mr. Otis’s Letter. Boston: Cassady and March, 1839.
Slavery A Divine Trust. The Duty of the South to Preserve and Perpetuate the Institution as it now Exists. New York: George F. Nesbitt & Company, 1861.
The Discussion Between Rev. Joel Parker, and Rev. A. Rood, on the Question, What are the Evils Inseparable from Slavery, which was referred to by Mrs. Stowe, in Uncle Tom's Cabin. New York: S. W. Benedict, 1852.
The Trial of Theodore Parker, for the “Misdemeanor” of a Speech in Faneuil Hall against Kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, At Boston, April 3, 1855. Boston: Published for the Author, 1855.
Fourteenth Annual Report, Presented to the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, by Its Executive Committee, October 7, 1851: With the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting. Philadelphia: Anti-Slavery Office; Merrihew & Thompson, 1851.
Narrative of Facts in the Case of Passmore Williamson. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, 1855.
The Philosophy of the Anti-Slavery Reform. Philadelphia: Anti-Slavery Office, 1850.
Addresses Delivered in the Hall of the House of Representatives, Harrisburg, PA. On Tuesday Evening, April 6, 1852. Philadelphia: W. F. Geddes, 1852.
Review of Lysander Spooner's Essay on the Unconstitutionality of Slavery. Boston: Andrews & Prentiss, 1847.
Black Diamonds Gathered in the Darkey Homes of the South. New York: Pudney & Russell, 1860.
Testimony of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America on the Subject of Slavery. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Publication Committee, 1858.
The Public Life of Capt. John Brown. Boston: Thayer and Elderidge, 1860.
Letters to the Hon. William Jay, Being a Reply to his "Inquiry into the American Colonization and American Anti-Slavery Societies." New York: Leavitt, Lord & Co., 1835.
Report of the Trial of Castner Hanway for Treason, in the Resistance of the Execution of the Fugitive Slave Law of September, 1850. Philadelphia: King and Baird, 1852.
The Political Economy of Slavery; or, The Institution Considered in Regard to its Influence on Public Wealth and General Welfare. Washington, DC: Lemuel Towers, 1857.
The Life and Letters of John Brown, Liberator of Kansas, and Martyr of Virginia. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1885.
The Underground Railroad: From Slavery to Freedom. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1898.
History of the Underground Railroad in Chester and the Neighboring Counties of Pennsylvania. Lancaster, PA: Office of the Journal, 1883.
Lectures on the Philosophy and Practice of Slavery. Nashville, TN: Stevenson and Evans, 1856.
Elizabeth, A Colored Minister of the Gospel, Born in Slavery. Philadelphia: Tract Association of Friends, 1889.
Slavery and the Domestic Slave Trade. Philadelphia: Merrihew and Thompson, 1841.
Statistical Inquiry into the Condition of the People of Colour, of the City and Districts of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Kite & Walton, 1849.
The Unconstitutionality of Slavery. Boston: Bela Marsh, 1845.
Notes on Uncle Tom’s Cabin: Being a Logical Answer to its Allegations and Inferences against Slavery as an Institution. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 1853.
Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Penn., on the Presidential Question; and the Slavery Issue: Delivered in the House of Representatives, August 12 1852. Washington, DC: Congressional Globe Office, 1852.
Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania, in the U.S. House of Representatives, Wednesday, Feb. 20, 1850, in the Committee of the Whole State of the Union, on the Reference of the President’s Annual Message. Philadelphia: Anti-Slavery Office, 1850.
Modern Reform Examined; or, The Union of North and South on the Subject of Slavery. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1858.
The Underground Rail Road. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1872.
A Key to Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Boston: John P. Jewett, 1853.
The Barbarism of Slavery. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, on the Bill for the Admission of Kansas as a Free State. In the United States Senate, June 4, 1860. Washington, DC: Thaddeus Hyatt, 1860.
The Crime Against Kansas. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts. In the Senate of the United States, May 19, 1856. New York: Greeley and McElrath, 1856.
Speech of the Hon. Charles Sumner, on the Night of the Passage of the Kansas and Nebraska Bill. In the Senate of the U.S., May 25, 18541. Washington, DC: Buell and Blanchard, 1854.
An Inquiry into the History of Slavery; Its Continuance; and Remarks upon the Abolition Tracts of William E. Channing, D. D. Washington City: William M. Morrison, 1841.
Portraiture of Domestic Slavery, in the United States: With Reflections on the Practicability of Restoring the Moral Rights of the Slave, without Impairing the Legal Privileges of the Possessor; And a Project of a Colonial Asylum for Free Persons of Colour: Including Memoirs of Facts on the Interior Traffic in Slaves, and on Kidnapping. Philadelphia: Published by the author. John Bioren, printer, 1817.
The Negro in Pennsylvania: Slavery-Servitude-Freedom, 1639-1861. Washington, DC: The American Historical Association, 1911.
Memorial of Citizens of the State of Pennsylvania, Praying for the Enactment of a Law, that all Colored Children Born in the Dist. Of Columbia, After a Certain Day, Shall be Free. Washington, DC: Gales & Seaton, 1828.
The Character and Influence of Abolitionism: A Sermon Preached in the First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn, N.Y., on Sunday Evening, December 9, 1860. Washington, DC: Henry Polkinhorn, 1860.
Free Negroism: or, Results of Emancipation in the North and the West India Islands. New York: Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1862.
Slaveholding and Colonization. Philadelphia: Joseph M. Wilson, 1858.
History of Pennsylvania Hall, which was Destroyed by a Mob, on the 17th of May, 1838. Philadelphia: Merrihew and Gunn, 1838.
American Slavery As It Is: Testimony of a Thousand Witnesses. New York: The American Anti-Slavery Society, 1839.
The Bible Against Slavery. New York: The American Anti-Slavery Society, 1837.
Case of Passmore Williamson: Report of the Proceedings on the Writ of Habeas Corpus. Philadelphia: Uriah Hunt & Son, 1856.
Helper’s Impending Crisis Dissected. Philadelphia: J. T. Lloyd, 1860.
A Journal of the Life, Gospel Labours, and Christian Experiences of that Faithful Minister of Jesus Christ, John Woolman. Philadelphia: Friends' Bookstore, 1876.