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1: A Narrative Of the Uncommon Sufferings, And Surprizing Delieverance Of Briton Hammon, A Negro Man, 1760.
2: A Narrative Of the Most Remarkable Particulars in the Life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, an African Prince, written by himself, 1774.
3: Notes on the State of Virginia, 1782.
4: An Address to the Negroes in the State of New-York, 1787.
5: The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African, 1789.
6: The Fugitive Slave Act, 1793.
7: Printed Letter, 1794.
8: A Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Venture, 1798.
9: The Confessions of Nat Turner, the Leader of the Late Insurrection in Southampton, Virginia, 1832.
10: John Quincy Adams diary 41, 5 December 1836–4 January 1837, 29 July 1840–31 December 1841.
11: Illinois State Legislator Abraham Lincoln Opposes Slavery, March 3, 1837.
12: The Church and Prejudice, November 4, 1841.
13: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, Written by Himself, 1845.
14: Farewell to the British People: An Address Delivered in London, England, March 30, 1847.
15: Narrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb: an American slave, written by himself, 1849.
16: Excerpted from “Uncle Tom's Story of His Life”.
17: The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro, July 5, 1852.
18: Choice Thoughts and Utterances of Wise Colored People.
19: Essay on Slavery Conditions, 1856.
20: Supreme Court of the United States in Dred Scott v. John F. Sanford, March 6, 1857.
21: Speech by Abraham Lincoln on the Dred Scott Decision and Slavery, June 26, 1857.
22: Our Nig; or, Sketches from the Life of a Free Black, in a Two-Story White House, North, 1859.
23: Letters on American slavery, 1860.
24: Correspondence between Lydia Maria Child and Gov. Wise and Mrs. Mason, of Virginia, 1860.
25: The Constitution of the United States: Is It Pro-Slavery or Anti-Slavery? March 26, 1860.
26: History of American abolitionism: its four great epochs.
27: George Wils to Writer's Sister, March 18, 1861.
28: “Fighting Rebels with Only One Hand,” Douglass’ Monthly [The North Star], September 1861.
29: Excerpt from The Gullah Proverbs of 1861, Down by the Riverside: A South Carolina Slave Community.
30: Excerpted from The Negroes at Port Royal, 1862.
31: The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863.
32: William Tell Barnitz to the Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph, March 27, 1863.
33: Sojourner Truth, The Libyan Sibyl, April 1863.
34: The Negro in the Regular Army.
35: Our alma mater: Notes on an address delivered at Concert Hall on the occasion of the Twelfth Annual Commencement of the Institute for Colored Youth, May 10th, 1864.
36: Excerpt reprinted from “A Colored Man's Reminiscences of James Madison”.
37: What the Black Man Wants: a speech delivered by Frederick Douglass, 1865.
38: 14th Amendment, 1866.
39: Letter from Amelia [Unknown family name] to brother Eddie, December 11, 1869.
40: First Annual Address to the Law Graduates of Allen University, class 1884.
41: Emigration to Liberia, Report of the Standing committee on emigration, 1885.
42: The Future of the Colored Race, May 1886.