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**The Black Woman Suffragists Collection
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written by Kathryn Kish Sklar, 1939- and Thomas Dublin, 1946- (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street Press, 1800),
Source: documents.alexanderstreet.com
written by Kathryn Kish Sklar, 1939- and Thomas Dublin, 1946- (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street Press, 1800),
Source: documents.alexanderstreet.com
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Meetings at Pittsburgh and New Brighton
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written by Anonymous, in The Liberator, 18 December 1857, p. 203 (originally published 1857), -1 page(s)
written by Anonymous, in The Liberator, 18 December 1857, p. 203 (originally published 1857), -1 page(s)
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Miss Remond's Anti-Slavery Lecture
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written by Anonymous, in The Liberator, 8 April 1859, p. 54 (originally published 1859), -1 page(s)
written by Anonymous, in The Liberator, 8 April 1859, p. 54 (originally published 1859), -1 page(s)
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Why Slavery Is Still Rampant
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written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in Manchester Times, 17 September 1859 (originally published 1859), 1 page(s)
written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in Manchester Times, 17 September 1859 (originally published 1859), 1 page(s)
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Anti-Slavery Meeting in Manchester, England
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written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in National Anti-Slavery Standard, Vol. 20, no. 22, 15 October 1859, p. 1 (originally published 1859), -1 page(s)
written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in National Anti-Slavery Standard, Vol. 20, no. 22, 15 October 1859, p. 1 (originally published 1859), -1 page(s)
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American Slavery and African Colonisation
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written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in The Anti-Slavery Advocate, Vol. 35, no. 2, 1 November 1859, pp. 282-83 (originally published 1859), 3 page(s)
written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in The Anti-Slavery Advocate, Vol. 35, no. 2, 1 November 1859, pp. 282-83 (originally published 1859), 3 page(s)
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Leeds Young Men's Anti-Slavery Society
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written by Anonymous, in The Liberator, 27 January 1860, p. 14 (originally published 1860), -1 page(s)
written by Anonymous, in The Liberator, 27 January 1860, p. 14 (originally published 1860), -1 page(s)
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American Meanness in England
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written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in National Anti-Slavery Standard, Vol. 20, no. 37, 28 January 1860, p. 2 (originally published 1860), 1 page(s)
written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in National Anti-Slavery Standard, Vol. 20, no. 37, 28 January 1860, p. 2 (originally published 1860), 1 page(s)
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Miss Remond in Edinburgh
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written by Anonymous, in The Liberator, 16 Nov. 1860, p. 181 (originally published 1860), -1 page(s)
written by Anonymous, in The Liberator, 16 Nov. 1860, p. 181 (originally published 1860), -1 page(s)
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A Colored Lady Lecturer
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written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in The English Woman's Journal, Vol. 7, no. 40, June 1861, pp. 269-75. An earlier version of this autobiography appeared as "Sarah P. Remond," in Matthew Davenport Hill, ed., Our Exemplars, Rich and Poor; or, Biographical Sketches of Men and Women Who Have, by an Extraordinary Use of Their Opportunities, Benefited Their Fellow-Creatures (London: Cassel, Petter and Galpin, 1861), pp. 276-86. (originally published 1861), 7 page(s)
written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in The English Woman's Journal, Vol. 7, no. 40, June 1861, pp. 269-75. An earlier version of this autobiography appeared as "Sarah P. Remond," in Matthew Davenport Hill, ed., Our Exemplars, Rich and Poor; or, Biographical Sketches of Men and Women Who Have, by an Extraordinary Use of Their Opportunities, Benefited Their Fellow-Creatures (London: Cassel, Petter and Galpin, 1861), pp. 276-86. (originally published 1861), 7 page(s)
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