Autographs for Freedom, Volume 2 (of 2) (1854)
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Autographs for Freedom, Volume 2 (of 2) (1854)

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  • AUTOGRAPHS FOR FREEDOM.
  • EDITED BY
  • JULIA GRIFFITHS.
    • AUBURN: ALDEN, BEARDSLEY & CO. ROCHESTER: WANZER, BEARDSLEY & CO.
    • 1854.
  • Preface.
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • The Colored People's "Industrial College."
    • WHAT SOME OF THE BUILDERS HAVE THOUGHT.
  • Massacre at Blount's Fort.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • The Fugitive Slave Act.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • The Size of Souls.
  • Vincent Ogé
  • The Law of Liberty
  • The Swiftness of Time in God.
  • Visit of a Fugitive Slave to the Grave of Wilberforce.
  • Narrative of Albert and Mary.
  • Toil and Trust.
  • Friendship for the Slave is Friendship for the Master.
  • Christine.
  • The Intellectual, Moral, and Spiritual Condition of the Slave.
  • The Bible vs. Slavery.
  • "The Work Goes Bravely on."
  • Slaveholding not a Misfortune but a Crime.
  • The Frugality of Slaveholding.
  • "Ore Perennius."
  • The Mission of America.
  • Disfellowshipping Slaveholders.
  • A Leaf from my Scrap Book.
  • "Who is my Neighbor?"
  • Consolation for the Slave.
  • The Key.
  • The True Mission of Liberty.
  • The true Spirit of Reform.
  • A Welcome to Mrs. H. B. Stowe, on her Return from Europe.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • Forward.
  • What has Canada to do with Slavery?
  • The Fugitive Slave Bill: a Fragment.
  • The Encroachment of the Slave-Power.
  • The Dishonor of Labor.
  • The Evils of Colonization
  • The Basis of the American Constitution
  • A Wish.
  • A Dialogue.
  • A Time of Justice will Come
  • Hope and Confidence.
  • A Letter that Speaks for Itself.
  • On Freedom.
  • Mary Smith,
  • Freedom—Liberty.
  • An Aspiration.
  • The Dying Soliloquy of the Victim of the Wilkesbarre Tragedy.
  • Let all be Free.
    • To the Editor of the "Autographs for Freedom."
  • Extract.
  • Extract from an unpublished Poem on Freedom.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • Letter
    • PLAYFORD HALL, SUFFOLK. The seat of Thomas Clarkson,Esq.
  • A Day spent at Playford Hall.
  • Teaching the Slave to Read.
  • FUN-JOTTINGS;
    • OR,
    • LAUGHS I HAVE TAKEN A PEN TO!
  • THE FARM AND THE FIRESIDE;
    • THE ROMANCE OF AGRICULTURE,
      • HALF HOURS OF LIFE IN THE COUNTRY, FOR RAINY DAYS AND WINTER EVENINGS.
    • HALF HOURS OF LIFE IN THE COUNTRY, FOR RAINY DAYS AND WINTER EVENINGS.
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    • OR,
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