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Series XIII: Pamphlets and Printed Documents [series]:
  17  
British Colonial American Act Making Lands, Houses and Negroes Liable for the Satisfaction of Debts
Rudin # S - 526

  8  
Legalized Slave Shipments from Jamaica
Rudin # S - 381

  8  
Extract from an address by Arthur Lee calling for the end of slavery
Rudin # S - 690

  17  
An act to prevent the slave trade in acts and laws passed by the general court of Massachusetts
Rudin # S - 691

  8  
America's first census report
Rudin # S - 853

  8  
Address of the American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the African Race
Rudin # S - 596

  8  
American Colonization Society Petitions Congress to create a colony for free blacks
Rudin # S - 992

  8  
Naval Pamphlet Requesting Bounty for Slaves Captured during War of 1812
Rudin # S - 224

  8  
American Colonization Society Booklet - "The African Repository and Colonial Journal"
Rudin # S - 493

  8  
Suppression of the Slave Trade
Rudin # S - 272

  8  
American Colonization Society Speech seeking government aid for the Society
Rudin # S - 204

  34  
Group of 29 Government documents dealing with slavery
Rudin # S - 634

  8  
Causes that Lead to the Formation of the Colonization Society - Pamphlet
Rudin # S - 245

  8  
Fifth Census-using the "3/5 Slave Rule" to Determine Representation in the House
Rudin # S - 266

  8  
"Right and Wrong in Boston" - Report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society
Rudin # S - 1015

  8  
Broadside advertises Henry Muhlenberg defense of his house servant against fugitive slave charges
Rudin # S - 1016

  8  
Speech to the senate by Senator Preston, regarding the abolition question
Rudin # S - 871

  8  
Government imprints relating to slave ship and creating the first US African Squadron
Rudin # S - 949

  17  
American Colonization Society Printed Circular Letter - Convening 22nd Annual Meeting and Outlining New Constitution
Rudin # S - 347

  17  
Quaker Slavery and Abolition Broadside
Rudin # S - 326

  8  
Abolitionist Booklet Illuminating the Quakers' Commitment to the Fight Against Slavery
Rudin # S - 563

  8  
Congressional resolution authorizing circuit judges to surrender fugitives from justice
Rudin # S - 606C

  8  
Granting Papers to Vessels Engaged in the Slave Trade
Rudin # S -273

  9  
Benedict's Statement on Conditions in Liberia
Rudin # S - 365

  9  
Congressional pamphlet relating to the issue of black mariners arriving in South Carolina ports and facing imprisonment
Rudin # S - 580

  9  
Speech of Francis Scott Key before the Colonization Convention
Rudin # S - 211

  9  
Funding the Shipment of Slaves to Africa
Rudin # S - 317

  9  
Third Annual Report of the Massachusetts Colonization Society
Rudin # S - 354

  17  
Tavern Keeper's Bond, re: Will not sell liquor to slaves
Rudin # S - 8

  9  
Circular for the "Free Produce Store" - "No Slave Labour products will be knowingly kept in his store"
Rudin # S - 503

  9  
Resolution that Slavery be Prohibited in any New Territory that may be Acquired
Rudin # S - 583

  9  
Passage of law enabling citizens of slave holding states to recover slaves escaping into non-slave holding states
Rudin # S - 606D

  17  
Gerrit Smith Details his Position on Support for Anti-Slavery Candidates
Rudin # S - 582

  9  
Proposed state senate legislation to deal with "free Negroes and Mulattoes"
Rudin # S - 630

  9  
Circular of the Missouri Colonization Society stating its purpose and requesting funds
Rudin # S - 927

  9  
Putnam's Plan for the Formation of Rural Districts in Liberia
Rudin # S - 321

  9  
First Annual Report New York Anti-Slavery Society
Rudin # S - 355

  9  
Fugitive Slave Broadside - Underground Railroad
Rudin # S - 205

  9  
Report of the 24th National Anti-Slavery festival
Rudin # S - 719

  9  
"Instructions to the African Squadron" as to how to deter slave trade
Rudin # S - 833

  9  
Negotiation of a treaty with Great Britain for surrender of fugitive slaves
Rudin # S - 606A

  9  
The secession of South Carolina and the ordinance of secession booklet
Rudin # S - 706

  9  
"The Address to the People of South Carolina Assembled in Convention, to the People of the Slaveholding States of the United States"
Rudin # S - 851

  9  
"Statement of the Sugar Crop made in Louisiana, in 1859-1860"
Rudin # S - 977

  9  
Statement of the Sugar Crop in Louisiana
Rudin # S - 540

  9  
Anti-Slavery tracts, No. 15 - "The Fugitive Slave Law and its Victims"
Rudin # S - 890

  17  
Third Volume of "Vanity Fair" Magazine with Historical Black Theme Illustrations
Rudin # S - 429

  9  
Jefferson Davis's First Message to Congress: announcing the ratification of the constitution of the Confederate States
Rudin # S - 990

  9  
Congressional Resolution: The Case of the Slave Vessel Bark Augusta
Rudin # S - 606B

  9  
"The Slave Power"
Rudin # S - 213

  9  
Slavery Abolished in Washington DC - Speech of Hon. E.H. Rollins
Rudin # S - 557

  9  
Civil War Circular dealing with freed blacks who remained on plantations to work
Rudin # S - 311

  9  
Lincoln's Bill to Compensate States for Abolishing Slavery
Rudin # S - 473

  9  
Before the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln Approves Congressional Bill That Frees Slaves - The Second Confiscation Act
Rudin # S - 477

  9  
Confederate Imprints (5)
Rudin # S - 44

  9  
"Public Laws of the State of North Carolina"
Rudin # S - 536

  9  
Confederate Report on Treatment of Slaves Working on the Fortifications Around Richmond
Rudin # S - 290

  9  
Reports of suffering from the late riots in New York City
Rudin # S - 640

  9  
Slavers capture - the slaves transferred to Liberia
Rudin # S - 812

  9  
"A Thrilling Narrative from the Lips of the Sufferers of the Late Detroit Riot"
Rudin # S - 1025

  10  
Call to Arms to Colored Men to Join the Union Army plus A Plea to Private Citizens for Money to Help the State Meet its Overall Recruiting of Colored Troops
Rudin # S - 444

  10  
"The Gospel of Slavery: A Primer of Freedom". Juvenile with 26 Engravings Accompanied by Anti-Slavery Verses
Rudin # S - 486

  10  
"The First Dixie Reader to Succeed the Dixie Primer"
Rudin # S - 717

  17  
Document Used to Appoint an Agent to Draft Slaves into the Confederate Military
Rudin # S - 483

  10  
Slave Compensation Imprint Pertaining to the Cost of Slave Labor to the Confederacy
Rudin # S - 559

  10  
Listing of over 900 slaves bought by the Government, then given emancipation under District of Columbia Compensated Emancipation Act
Rudin # S - 836

  17  
US Senate Bill 188 to Prohibit Commerce in Slaves
Rudin # S - 227

  10  
Jefferson Davis acknowledges the federal government's passage of the 13th Amendment
Rudin # S - 891

  10  
Confederate Imprint Authorizing Jefferson Davis to Organize Negro Troops for the Confederate Army
Rudin # S - 324

  10  
The Freed Slaves are Allowed to Vote - Statement of the number of white and colored voters registered in each of the states subject to the Reconstruction Acts of Congress
Rudin # S - 572

  10  
Congressional imprint- reports on the Opelousas, Louisiana massacre of 1868
Rudin # S - 964

  10  
"The Registration of Voters Under the Act of Congress to Enforce the Fifteenth Amendment"
Rudin # S - 984

  10  
"The Jim Mace Reciter or the Gem of Oratory" - black dialect pulp book
Rudin # S - 863

  10  
"Cotton Movement and Fluctuations 1869 to 1877"
Rudin # S - 537

  10  
Broadsheet handbill with engraving of Blind Boone, selected concert selections, and biographical information
Rudin # S - 773

  10  
Diecut book - "Ten Little Niggers"
Rudin # S - 742

  10  
"The Literary Movement for Secession"
Rudin # S - 872

  10  
The Amenia Conference, and Historic Negro Gathering - WEB Dubois
Rudin # S - 903