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1 NEWSPAPER COLLECTION (SIX DIFFERENT)

Saturday Evening Post 1-24-1829; Daily Albany Argus 9-2-1837; New Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette 1-25-1825; Burrett's Christian Citizen (Worcester, MA) 7-15-1848; New Haven Daily Palladian 6-19-1873; Weekly Universe (NY) 12-1-1849. Each 4 p. News Folio. Expected edge frays and corner wear. Burrett's has three columns on League of Universal Brotherhood. SEP article on auctions NHP&SG - African Colonization WU - Slavery. For the six papers (5878659219)
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2 (Stowe, Harriet Beecher) ed by Philip Van Doren Stern THE ANNOTATED UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
New York 1964 
591pp. Bramhall House edition. Fine in vg dj (bkstrp lighter). (6002885607)
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3 36th Congress 1st Session Report No. 508 SLAVERY IN THE TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO
Washington, DC 1860 
39pp. Removed. Congress voids New Mexico slavery acts. (5934739254)
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4 Buchanan, James MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, COMMUNICATING, IN COMPLIANCE WITH A RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE, INFORMATION RELATIVE TO THE EXTRADITION OF THE ANDERSON, A MAN OF COLOR
Washington, DC 1861 
45pp. Removed. Ghost of a ghost of damping. 36th C, 2d Session, Senate Ex. Doc. 11. Anderson, accused of murder, escaped to Canada. This document details the problems of extradition: Should Canada return a slave? Would the treaty of 1842 require Canada to return him? Stay tuned for further developments in this international drama. (5934496308)
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5 Foster, Stephen C. "MASSA'S IN DE COLD GROUND" (Sheet Music), SMR.
NY 1852 
5pp. Very free of foxing. This would be a first issue, but The Foster Hall copy has underlining beneath "Guitar." This copy has no underlining beneath either "Piano" or "Guitar." With Co-op Imprints of Benteen, Baltimore; Kleber, Pittsburgh. African-American/Black (4707659499)
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6 H. Fisher, Son, Pub. THE IMPERIAL MAGAZINE; OR, COMPENDIUM OF RELIGIOUS, MORAL, AND PHILOSOPHICAL KNOWLEDGE
London 1829 
1136 double col. W/all plates. Half calf, bkstrp, shabby, covers attached by a few threads. Largely unfoxed, has all plts w/some tissue guards. Topics include astronomy, slavery, witchcraft, Paraguay, Middle East, Tahiti (w/plate), Sing Sing Prison, Egypt, India, Mamalukes, and York Cathedral (w/plate). (5522459892)
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7 Hunter, R. M. T. SPEECH ON INVASION OF THE STATES.
DC 1860 
16pp. Fine, untrimmed & unopened. Generated by the John Brown Insurrection (he tried to free the slaves, but the 1st person killed was a free black, Heyward Shepherd). This speech is as much about slavery as it is on anything. Not net. South. (3924563559)
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8 Rachleff, Peter J. "MEMBERS IN GOOD STANDING" as ptd p. 130-143 and 148-157 in complete Volume 39 of VIRGINIA CAVALCADE
Richmond 1989-90 
This is vol 39 #1-4. Fine in later cloth. Rachleff's work describes post-slavery African-Americans in Richmond, illust w/ over a dozen contemporary photographs and art work, some of the latter in color. Other topics in this vol incl Monticello, Suffrage, WWII, Dismal Swamp and Italian POW in WWII. For the four issues (5879469039)
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9 Smith, Gerrit "SPAIN--CUBA" (broadside).
NY 1873 14 x 8" 
Smith rails at Spain's continuation of slavery in Cuba, especially because Spain had received much money from Great Britain to abandon slavery & didn't. And, says Smith, don't wait for the consolidation of the Spanish Republic. No nation has poorer materials for a Republic than has Spain. V.g. Three copies located per OCLC. Travel. (3645742533)
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10 Smith, Gerrit GERRIT SMITH AND THE VIGILANT ASSOCIATION OF THE CITY OF NEW-YORK.
NY 1860 16mo 
29pp. Wrps, v.g. Smith already was attempting to distance himself from John Brown's insurrection at Harper's Ferry to "free the slaves," although the 1st victim was Heywood Shepherd, a free black. A long-time abolitionist willing to put money where his mouth was, Smith could not stand the horror of Brown's actions & rather conveniently developed a nervous break down. (4947285237)
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11 Smith, Gerrit PERSONAL LIBERTY BILL.
Peterboro? 1859 sm. folio 
4pp. First ed. Some dampness to top 1". This is a rehash of Smith's Milwaukee 1857 speech in which he argues mightily that slave laws can't exist (several reasons). Smith, w/more money than anyone else in Amer., was Liberty Candidate for Congress. Elected, he resigned on a whim. Ultimately he entered a mental hospital for treatment. OCLC locates six libraries w/copies. (3994046115)
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12 Smith, Gerritt SECOND LETTER OF GERRITT SMITH TO THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Peterboro, NY 1855 folio 
4pp. A nice wide-margined copy of Smith's defense of his actions during the NE bill; & defend himself he must, for the ed. has indeed tied the tin can of inconsistency to Smith's tail. Unfairly, however, the ed. quotes from a private letter that Smith had sent to a friend. And on & on & on the author defends his anti slavery views. This document gives as good an insight in to Smith's reasoning process as any we've seen. Smith, born w/a golden spoon in his mouth, is respected for his social up-lift efforts, misguided & maladroit as they may have been. The reader will need to weigh whether the good was off set by the stupidity. OCLC locates two copies of this document. Black Americans. Political. New York. (4077660030)
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13 Sperry, Earl E. THE JERRY RESCUE, OCTOBER 1, 1851.
Syracuse 1924 
69(5)pp. Jerry, an escaped slave, was recaptured, then set free by Syracuseans in 1851. Dr. Mercer left money to fee a speaker every five years to honor these men. This speech incls some Jerry Rescue documents & details on the rescue of another slave, 1839. TOGETHER w/Gerrit Smith printed letter to John Thomas Esq., Syracuse, Chairman of the Jerry Rescue Committee. Peterboro, 1859, 2 pp., folio. Attacks those who supported rescue of Jerry (slave) & who now slack off. OCLC locates two copies. A quarter size hole at top affects four text words in two lines. (4666034751)
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14 Urban, Sylvanus THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE: AND HISTORICAL CHRONICLE. FOR THE YEAR MDCCXCIV
London 1794 
583(1)+indexpp. First ed. Lacks last leaf of books reviewed. Half lea, top cover loose, bkstrp shattered. One lib stamp on front paste down. Missing all free ep. W/ ten full page engravings (of more?). Topics include agriculture, American Revolution, Denmark, France, Freemen, Jamaica, Jews, Naval, Sardinia, Scotland and Slavery. Medical topics include amputation, consumption, fever, hips and hydrophobia. Copies online begin at four hundred. (5776621899)
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15 Westwood, Howard C. GETTING JUSTICE FOR THE FREEDMAN as off printed from HOWARD LAW JOURNAL
Washington, DC 1971 
(497)-531pp. Paper covers. First sep ed. Vg. Legal aid, Freeman's Bureau, red tape and more. No copies of this off-print found per OCLC (11/13). (5916761250)
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