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Frederick Douglass in Britain
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written by Hannah Murray, fl. 2016 (Privately Published, 2018),
Source: frederickdouglassinbritain.com
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Captive Passage
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written by Mariners' Museum (Newport News, VA: Mariners' Museum, 2002),
Source: www.marinersmuseum.org
written by Mariners' Museum (Newport News, VA: Mariners' Museum, 2002),
Source: www.marinersmuseum.org
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African-American Mosaic Exhibit
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written by United States. Library of Congress. Exhibitions (District of Columbia: United States. Library of Congress. Exhibitions, 1994),
Source: www.loc.gov
written by United States. Library of Congress. Exhibitions (District of Columbia: United States. Library of Congress. Exhibitions, 1994),
Source: www.loc.gov
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Black Abolitionist Archive
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written by University of Detroit Mercy. Libraries - Instructional Design Studio (Detroit, MI: University of Detroit Mercy. Libraries - Instructional Design Studio),
Source: research.udmercy.edu
written by University of Detroit Mercy. Libraries - Instructional Design Studio (Detroit, MI: University of Detroit Mercy. Libraries - Instructional Design Studio),
Source: research.udmercy.edu
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Frederick Douglass Papers at the Library of Congress
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written by United States. Library of Congress (District of Columbia: United States. Library of Congress),
Source: www.loc.gov
written by United States. Library of Congress (District of Columbia: United States. Library of Congress),
Source: www.loc.gov
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Slaves and the Courts, 1740 to 1860
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written by United States. Library of Congress. Digital Collections (District of Columbia: United States. Library of Congress. Digital Collections),
Source: www.loc.gov
written by United States. Library of Congress. Digital Collections (District of Columbia: United States. Library of Congress. Digital Collections),
Source: www.loc.gov
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Yale Slavery and Abolition Portal
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written by Yale University. Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition (New Haven, CT: Yale University),
Source: slavery.yale.edu
written by Yale University. Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition (New Haven, CT: Yale University),
Source: slavery.yale.edu
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