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Frances Ellen Watkins Harper to Jane E. Hitchcock Jones, 21 September 1860
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written by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, 1825-1911, in The Black Abolitionist Papers, Volume 5: The United States, 1859-1865, edited by C. Peter Ripley. (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1992). pp. 81-83 (University of North Carolina Press, 1992), 2 page(s)
written by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, 1825-1911, in The Black Abolitionist Papers, Volume 5: The United States, 1859-1865, edited by C. Peter Ripley. (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1992). pp. 81-83 (University of North Carolina Press, 1992), 2 page(s)
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(1935); in Frederick Douglass (Alexander Street Press, 1935, originally published 1935), 1-2
(1935); in Frederick Douglass (Alexander Street Press, 1935, originally published 1935), 1-2
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The Free Labor Movement
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written by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, 1825-1911, in Frederick Douglass' Paper, 29 June 1855 (originally published 1855), 1 page(s)
written by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, 1825-1911, in Frederick Douglass' Paper, 29 June 1855 (originally published 1855), 1 page(s)
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Freedom's Battle
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written by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, 1825-1911, in Boston Massacre, March 5th, 1770: The Day Which History Selects as the Dawn of the American Revolution: Commemorative Festival, at Faneuil Hall, Friday, March 5, 1858. Protest against the Dred Scott Decision . . . (Boston, MA: E.L. Balch, 1858). p. 3 (1858), 1 page(s)
written by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, 1825-1911, in Boston Massacre, March 5th, 1770: The Day Which History Selects as the Dawn of the American Revolution: Commemorative Festival, at Faneuil Hall, Friday, March 5, 1858. Protest against the Dred Scott Decision . . . (Boston, MA: E.L. Balch, 1858). p. 3 (1858), 1 page(s)
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Glimpses of New England
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written by Charlotte L. Forten Grimké, 1837-1914, in National Anti-Slavery Standard, Vol. 19, no. 5, 19 June 1858, p. 4 (originally published 1858), 1 page(s)
written by Charlotte L. Forten Grimké, 1837-1914, in National Anti-Slavery Standard, Vol. 19, no. 5, 19 June 1858, p. 4 (originally published 1858), 1 page(s)
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Great Anti-Slavery Meeting in Wakefield
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written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in Frederick Douglass' Paper, Vol. 13, no. 9, 17 February 1860, pp. 1, 4 (originally published 1860), 2 page(s)
written by Sarah Parker Remond, 1826-1894, in Frederick Douglass' Paper, Vol. 13, no. 9, 17 February 1860, pp. 1, 4 (originally published 1860), 2 page(s)
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Harriet Tubman
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written by Victoria Earle Matthews, 1861-1907, in The Woman's Era, Vol. 3, no. 2, June 1896, p. 8 (originally published 1896), 1 page(s)
written by Victoria Earle Matthews, 1861-1907, in The Woman's Era, Vol. 3, no. 2, June 1896, p. 8 (originally published 1896), 1 page(s)
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Harriet Tubman (Moses)
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written by Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins, 1859-1930 (Colored American Magazine, 1902), 14 page(s)
written by Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins, 1859-1930 (Colored American Magazine, 1902), 14 page(s)
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Harriet Tubman: Woman's Era Eminent Women Series
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written by Victoria Earle Matthews, 1861-1907, in The Woman's Era, Vol. 3, no. 3, July 1896, p. 3 (originally published 1896), 1 page(s)
written by Victoria Earle Matthews, 1861-1907, in The Woman's Era, Vol. 3, no. 3, July 1896, p. 3 (originally published 1896), 1 page(s)
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A History of the Club Movement Among the Colored Women of the United States of America, as Contained in the Minutes of the Conventions, Held in Boston, July 30, 1895, and of the National Federation of Afro-American Women, Held in Washington, DC, July 21, 1896
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written by National Association of Colored Women Clubs (District of Columbia: National Association of Colored Women Clubs, 1902), 122 page(s)
written by National Association of Colored Women Clubs (District of Columbia: National Association of Colored Women Clubs, 1902), 122 page(s)
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