Letters on the condition of the African race in the United States [microform] / by a southern lady.
Contributor(s): Southern lady, A.Material type: TextPublisher: Philadelphia : T.K. and P.G. Collins, 1852Description: 34 p. ; 23 cm.Subject(s): African Americans | Slaves -- United States -- Social conditions | African Americans -- Pennsylvania -- PhiladelphiaAdditional physical formats: No title
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|Microform||University of Texas At Tyler Reference Area||LAC 40036 PT.11 (Browse shelf)||Not for loan||0000000958942|
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|LAC 40036 The rendition of Anthony Burns||LAC 40036 ITEM 1 What makes slavery a question of national concern?||LAC 40036 PT.10 Plain reasons for the great Republican movement||LAC 40036 PT.11 Letters on the condition of the African race in the United States||LAC 40036 PT.2 An appeal to the women of the nominally free states||LAC 40036 PT.3 A condensed anti-slavery Bible argument||LAC 40036 PT.4 A plan of brotherly copartnership of the North and South, for the peaceful extinction of slavery|
Four letters to the writer's brother, Gen. John H. Howard, dated Washington, Sept. 15-Nov. 20, 1851, from Mrs. H.R. Schoolcraft.
Master microform held by: LrI.
Microfiche. Chicago, Ill. : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 40036). s1970 ilun b