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A Narrative of the Uncommon Sufferings, and Surprizing Deliverance of Briton Hammon
 
A Virginia Girl in the First Year of the War
 
African Institutions in America
 
African-American Religion in the Nineteenth Century
 
All the Daring of the Soldier (Excerpt)
 
An Address to the Negroes in the State of New-York
 
Anthony Benezet
 
Cathay Williams, Female Buffalo Soldier
 
Civil Disbedience
 
Colored Freemen as Slave Owners in Virginia
 
Diplomatic Relations between the United States and Great Britain Bearing on the Return of Negro
 
Geographic Influences in American Slavery – Part I
 
Geographic Influences in American Slavery – Part II
 
Geographic Influences in American Slavery – Part III
 
Henry Clay the Great Compromiser, Part I
 
Henry Clay the Great Compromiser, Part II
 
Henry Clay the Great Compromiser, Part III
 
Henry Clay the Great Compromiser, Part IV
 
Heroes in Black Skins
 
Importance Of Public Support During The Civil War
 
Influence Of Napoleon On Civil War Tactics And Strategy
 
John Woolman's Efforts in Behalf of Freedom
 
Known But to God – Female Soldiers in the Civil War
 
Lincoln's Emancipation Plan
 
Lincoln's Plan for Colonizing the Emancipated Negroes
 
Napoleonic Arithmetic
 
Narrative of the Life of Thomas Cooper
 
Negro Spirituals
 
Pay of Colored Troops
 
Pioneer Anti-Slavery Press
 
Plantation Courtship
 
Position and Course of the South
 
Reconstruction
 
Slave Crime in Virginia
 
Slave Society on the Southern Plantation
 
Slavery and Conversion in the American Colonies
 
Slavery and the Beginnings of Industrialism in the American Colonies
 
Slavery and the Civil War as Viewed by the Churches of God
 
Slavery in California
 
Slavery in Early Texas – I
 
Slavery in Early Texas – II
 
Slavery in the Roman Republic
 
Slavery, the Bible, Infidelity – Pro-slavery Interpretations of the Bible Productive of Infidelity
 
Sojourner Truth, the Libyan Sibyl
 
Some Problems of Southern Economic History
 
Study of the Early History of Child Labor in America
 
The Anti-Slavery Society of Canada
 
The Art of War, Civil War Implications of Tactics
 
The Bible View of Slavery
 
The Buxton Settlement in Canada
 
The Dred Scott Decision in the Light of Contemporary Legal Doctrines
 
The Economic Cost of Slaveholding in the Cotton Belt
 
The Emancipation Proclamation – An Act of Justice
 
The Evolution And Influence Of Tactical Warfare In The American Civil War
 
The Evolution of the Slave Status in American Democracy – I
 
The Evolution of the Slave Status in American Democracy – II
 
The Legal Status of Negroes and Slaves in Tennesee
 
The Negro in the Regular Army
 
The Origin and Growth of the Southern Black Belts
 
The Question of Arming the Slaves
 
The Question of the Hour
 
The Slave Labor Problem in the Charleston District
 
The Social Philosophy of the Old South
 
The Story of Josiah Benson
 
The Work of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts among the Negroes in the Colonies
 
What the Negro Was Thinking During the Eighteenth Century
 

Promoting a Greater Understanding of the Civil War