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N.Y. Young Men's Christian Asso'n : The citizens of New York ... are invited to assemble in mass meeting, on Tuesday evening, June 10, at 8 o'clock, at Cooper Institute to listen to the statement by Mr. Vincent Colyer ... about the loyal Freedmen and thei

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 ....

Speech of Andrew Johnson. : Governor Andrew Johnson's speech to the colored people of Nashville on the 24th ultimo, already noticed, is fully reported by a correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, who says ...

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

Rosa, an emancipated slave from New Orleans.

Fannie Lawrence

Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa the African



[Early model for Freedmen's Memorial by Thomas Ball] [graphic] / L. Powers, photographe, Florence.






The Freedman's Bureau! An agency to keep the negro in idleness at the expense of the white man. Twice vetoed by the president, and made a law by congress. Support Congress & you support the negro. Sustain the president & you protect the white man [graphic

Learning is wealth. Wilson, Charley, Rebecca & Rosa, slaves from New Orleans.

Moses Williams, cutter of profiles

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

[Migrating emancipated slaves]

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].

To the friends of negro emancipation, this print is inscribed

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

[The scourged back]

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.

Fannie Lawrence

Revd. John Gloucester

[Glorification of the American Union]

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

[Abraham Lincoln miscellany] [graphic].

Philharmonic T[h]eatre, Islington. Every evening at eight. [Sa]turday at three and eight. Sam Hague's Ori[gi]nal Slave Troupe at St. James's Hall, Li[me] Street, Liverpool. Every evening at 8, Saturdays at 3 & 8, all the year round. Positively for four we

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

Our protection. Rosa, Charley, Rebecca. Slave children from New Orleans

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

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

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

All slaves were made freemen. By Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States, January 1st, 1863. Come, then, able-bodied colored men, to the nearest United States camp, and fight for the stars and stripes. [graphic].

These children

These children

Isaac and Rosa, emancipated slave children, from the free schools of Louisiana.

In commemoration of the hundredth anniversary of American independence

A Virginia slave child in 1863

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

On the march to the sea

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

Reading the Emancipation Proclamation