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Extracts from recent correspondence in relation to fugitives from slavery in America..

An appeal to Friends and others on behalf of the destitute Freedmen of the South. Dear Friends ....

Proclamation of Emancipation. By the President of the United States of America

Fannie Lawrence

The past and the future. [graphic] / Th. Nast.

Emancipation: the past and the future. [graphic] / Th. Nast.


Robert Small, pilot of the steamer Planter, Charleston, S.C.

Fannie Lawrence

[The scourged back]

The Declaration of Independence illustrated. [graphic] / Fabronius; Designed by R. Thayer; L. Prang & Co. Lith, Boston.

Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence [graphic] : A redeemed slave child, 5 years of age. Redeemed in Virginia, by Catherine S. Lawrence; baptized in Brooklyn, at Plymouth Church, by Henry Ward Beecher, May, 1863.

Freedom to the slaves. Proclaimed January 1st 1863, by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States. “Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof”__ Lev. XXV 10 [graphic].

"The Freedman's Bureau." [graphic] / Thos. Worth.

Emancipation. [graphic] / Th. Nast; King & Baird, Printers, 607 Sansom Street, Philadelphia.

The shackle broken - by the genius of freedom [graphic] / Lith. & Print. by E. Sachse & Co.

[Glorification of the American Union]

[Abraham Lincoln miscellany] [graphic].

[Portrait of Millie and Christine McCoy] [graphic] / Ollivier, [Photo]. New York.

The battle at Bunker's Hill near Boston June 17, 1775

Reading the Emancipation Proclamation

From the plantation to the senate

Heroes of the colored race

Distinguished colored men

Afro-American historical family record