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William H. Wadsworth Pamphlet [African American]

Pamphlet (on recruiting black soldiers), Speech delivered to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1863.

K07264.03
$350
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Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Book, First Edition: "Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story" [African American]

New York: Harper Brother’s Publishing, 1958. 230 pages. Fine condition. In original dust jacket. 14.8 x 21.2 cm.

K07299
$500
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Harriet Beecher Stowe Book signed

kg:: Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1852 edition [Famous Women][African American]

Both volumes are inscribed, “The Crawford’s/ Ithaca/ New York/ Presented in 1881 by Mrs. Ann Lewis, a colored friend, as her choice treasure.” With later pencil inscription, “Given to Mr & Mrs E.M. Newton by Mrs Crawford/ Setp 16 1924.” Boston: John P Jewett & Company, and Cleveland, Ohio: Jewett, Proctor & Worthington, 1852. The first edition was issued in Boston by the same publisher earlier in the same year. Its immediate success is witnessed by an additon to the imprint above the publisher’s name”: “Seventieth Thousand.” Both volumes in original brown cloth binding with embossed image of a slavery scene, each in new brown cloth archival case. Spines have discreet archival repair at tops and bottoms.

A pivotal work, often cited as a book that helped change the course of human events. This is a fine and early set, with an interesting association.

K10996
$700
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed “Fredk Douglass”, as Recorder of Deeds. July 28, 1881.

K11007.17
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed “Fredk Douglass”, as Recorder of Deeds. June 22, 1881.

K11007.18
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed “Fredk Douglass”, as Recorder of Deeds. May 25, 1881.

K11007.20
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed “Fredk Douglass”, as Recorder of Deeds. June 11, 1881.

K11007.21
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed “Fredk Douglass”, as Recorder of Deeds. July 6, 1881.

K11007.22
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed “Fredk Douglass”, as Recorder of Deeds on blue paper. May 25, 1881.

K11007.23
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as recorder, June 2, 1881

K11007.26
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as recorder of Release July 1, 1881

K11007.28
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as recorder of Release June 20 1881.

K11007.29
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as Recorder of Release July 7 1881.

K11007.30
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as recorder of Deed-Quit Claim June 20 1881.

K11007.31
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as recorder of Deed of Trust July 15 1881

K11007.32
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as recorder of Deed of Release

K11007.34
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as recorder of Deed of Trust July 27 1881

K11007.36
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as recorder of Deeds.

K11007.37
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as recorder of Deed of Release June 1, 1881

K11007.38
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Frederick Douglass Document Signed

Frederick Douglass Document Signed [African American]

Signed "Fredk Douglass", as recorder of Deed

K11007.39
$395
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Anti-Slavery Token

kg: Anti-Slavery Token [African American] [Abolitionism]

The obverse shows a chained slave in a supplicating posture. Surrounding him are the words "Am I Not A Man And A Brother?" The reverse reads the Biblical proverb (Matthew 7:12): "Whatsoever Ye Would That Men Should Do To You, Do Ye Even So To Them."

K11039
$500
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USCT Muster Roll

U.S. "Colored" Troops Muster Roll [African American]

Muster Roll: signed with the marks of soldiers’(X), as most freed slaves could neither read nor write, acknowledging receipt of pay.



K11063.10
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The Northwest Ordinance - Rare 1787 Printing [African American content] [Misc. Americana]

Supplement to the first volume of the "Columbian Magazine or Monthly Miscellany Containing a View of the History, Literature, Manners & Characters of the Year 1787". Philadelphia: Printed for T. Seddon, Wo. Spotswood, C. Trenchard, 1787. 50 pages (839-884, plus index). The Northwest Ordinance appears on pp. 852-855, and an essay on the Slave Trade on 870-872.

K11098.07
$2,500
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kg: Bx2: [Slavery] Document Receipt to Hire Slave [African American] [Antebellum]

Manuscript Document receipt, ca. March, 1856, from Allan Patrick to L. Calhoun. For "Hire of Boy Jim from 7th Jany. to 11th March (2 months & 2 days) at $26 per mo....$54.



K11608.02
$350
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Eliza Stephens ALS

(syy) Eliza Stephens Autograph Letter Signed [Famous Women] [African American]

Autograph letter signed by the former slave of Alexander Hamilton Stephens, ex-Vice President of the Confederacy. 4 pages, 8vo, on single folded sheet with small blind-embossed capitol on upper left corner of first page. Crawfordville, GA, 14 January 1883.

K11785
$3,500
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Anti-Slavery Fair Broadside [African American] [Abolitionism]

Printed broadside announcing an anti-slavery fair, [probably New England], [1850-60]. We have similar items, though smaller in size, with more text.



K12092
$2,500
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(syy) Henry T. Hardee Autograph Letter Signed Orders His Slave Whipped [Civil War] [African American content]

Henry T. Hardee (21st Georgia Cavalry Soldier) autograph letter signed, Camp Jackson October 18, 1863, pertaining to a negligent or mischievous slave who Hardee believes should be punished.

K12513
$500
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