The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861 eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 341 pages of information about The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861.

The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, Travels, and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in New France, 1610-1791.  The Original French, Latin, and Italian Texts with English Translations and Notes; Illustrated by Portraits, Maps, and Facsimiles.  Edited by Reuben Gold Thwaites, Secretary of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. (Cleveland, 1896.)

The South Vindicated from the Treason and Fanaticism of the Northern Abolitionists. (Philadelphia, 1836.)

THOMPSON, GEORGE. Speech at the Meeting for the Extinction of Negro Apprenticeship. (London, 1838.)

——­ The Free Church Alliance with Manstealers.  Send Back the Money.  Great Anti-Slavery Meeting in the City Hall, Glasgow, Containing the Speeches Delivered by Messrs. Wright, Douglass, and Buffum, from America, and by George Thompson of London, with a Summary Account of a Series of Meetings Held in Edinburgh by the Abovenamed Gentlemen. (Glasgow, 1846.)

TORREY, JESSE, JR. A Portraiture of Domestic Slavery in the United States, with Reflections on the Practicability of Restoring the Moral Rights of the Slave, without Impairing the Legal Privileges of the Possessor, and a Project of a Colonial Asylum for Free Persons of Color, Including Memoirs of Facts on the Interior Traffic in Slaves, and on Kidnapping, Illustrated with Engravings by Jesse Torrey, Jr., Physician, Author of a Series of Essays on Morals and the Diffusion of Knowledge. (Philadelphia, 1817.)

——­ American Infernal Slave Trade; with Reflections on the Project for forming a Colony of Blacks in Africa. (London, 1822.)

TOWER, PHILO. Slavery Unmasked:  Being a Truthful Narrative of Three Years’ Residence and Journeying in Eleven Southern States; to which is Added “The Invasion of Kansas,” Including the Last Chapter of her Wrongs. (Rochester, 1856.)

TURNER, E.R. The Negro in Pennsylvania. (Washington, 1911.)

Tyrannical Libertymen:  a Discourse upon Negro Slavery in the United States; Composed at——­ in New Hampshire; on the Late Federal Thanksgiving Day. (Hanover, N.H., 1795.)

VAN EVRIE, JOHN H. Negroes and Negro Slavery, by J.H.  Van Evrie, M.D. Introductory Chapter:  Causes of Popular Delusion on the Subject. (Washington, 1853.)

——­ White Supremacy and Negro Subordination; or, Negroes a Subordinate Race, and So-called Slavery its Normal Condition.  With an Appendix Showing the Past and Present Condition of the Countries South of us. (New York, 1868.)

WALKER, DAVID. Walker’s Appeal in Four Articles, together with a Preamble, to the Colored Citizens of the World, but in Particular and very Expressly to those of the United States of America.  Written in Boston, State of Massachusetts, September 28, 1820.  Second edition.  (Boston, 1830.) Walker was a Negro who hoped to arouse his race to self-assertion.

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