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Abzug, Robert H. "The Influence of Garrisonian Abolitionists' Fear of Slave Violence on the Antislavery Argument." JNH. 55 (January 1970): 14-28.

Adams, James Truslow. "Disenfranchisement of Negroes in New England." AHQ. 30 (April 1925): 543-47.

Aptheker, Herbert. "The Negro in the Abolitionist Movement." Science & Society. 5 (1941): 2-23.

Baer, Helene G. "Mrs. Child and Miss Fuller." NEQ. 26 (June 1953): 249-55.

Bailey, William S. "Underground Railroad in Southern Chautauqua County." NYH. 33 (January 1935): 53-63.

Baldwin, Simeon E. "The Captives of the Amistad." Papers of the New Haven Colony Historical Society. 4 (1888).

Barnes, Charles E. "Battle Creek as a Station on the Underground Railway." Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society Collections. 38 (1912): 280.

Beck, Warren A. "Lincoln' and Negro Colonization." Abraham Lincoln Quarterly. 6 (September 1959): 162-83.

Bell, Howard H. "The American Moral Reform Society, 1836-1841." Journal of Negro Education. 27 (Winter 1958): 34-40.

------. "Expressions of Negro Militancy in the North, 1840-1860." JNH. 45 (January 1960): 11-20.

------. "Free Negroes of the North, 1830-1835: A Study in National Cooperation." Journal of Negro Education. 26 (Fall 1957): 447-55.

------. "The National Negro Convention, 1848." Ohio Historical Quarterly. 67 (October 1958): 357-68.

------. "National Negro Conventions of the Middle 1840s: Moral Suasion vs. Political Action." JNH. 42 (October 1957): 247-60.

------. "The Negro Convention Movement, 1830-1860: New Perspectives." NHB. 14 (Fall 1951): 103-05, 114.

------. "The Negro Emigration Movement, 1849-1854: A Phase of Negro Nationalism." Phylon. 20 (Summer 1959): 132-42.

------. "Negro Nationalism: A Factor in Emigration Projects, 1858-1861." JNH. 47 (1962): 42-53.

------. "Some Reform Interests of the Negro During the 1850's as Reflected in State Conventions." Phylon. 21 (Summer 1960): 173-82.

Bentlry, Nancy. "White Slaves: The Mulatto Hero in Antebellum Fiction." American Literature. 65 (September 1993): 501-22.

Billington, Ray Allen. "James Forten, Forgotten Abolitionist." NHB. 30 (November 1949): 31-36, 45.

Blackett, R. J. M. "Fugitive Slaves in Britain: The Odyssey of William and Ellen Craft." Journal of American Studies. 12 (1978): 41-62.

------. "In Search of International Support for African Colonization: Martin Delany's Visit to England, 1860." Canadian Journal of History. 10 (1975): 307-24.

------. "Martin R. Delany and Robert Campbell: Black Americans in Search of an African Colony." JNH. 62 (January 1977): 1-25.

------. "William G. Allen: The Forgotten Professor." CWH. 26 (March 1980): 38-52.

Blight, David W. "Frederick Douglass and the American Apocalypse." CWH. 31 (December 1985): 309-28.

------. "In Search of Learning, Liberty, and Self-Definition: James McCune Smith and the Ordeal of the Antebellum Black Intellectual." Afro-Americans in New York Life and History. 9 (July 1985): 7-25.

Bloch, Herman D. "The New York Negro's Battle for Political Rights, 1777-1865." International Review of Social History. 9 (1964): 65-80.

Bogin, Ruth. "Sarah Parker Remond: Black Abolitionist from Salem." Essex Institute Historical Collections. 110 (April 1974): 120-50.

Borome, Joseph. "Robert Purvis and His Early Challenge to American Racism." NHB. 30 (May 1967): 8-10.

Borome, Joseph A. "Some Additional Light on Frederick Douglass." JNH. 38 (April 1953): 216-24.

Borome, Joseph A. "The Vigilant Committee of Philadelphia." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. 92 (July 1968): 320-51.

Borrit, Gabor S. "The Voyage to the Colony of Lincolnia: The Sixteenth President, Black Colonization, and the Defense Mechanism of Avoidance." The Historian. 37 (August 1975): 619-33.

Boyd, Willis D. "James Redpath and American Negro Colonization in Haiti, 1860-1862." The Americas. 12 (October 1955): 169-82.

Breiseth, Christopher N. "Lincoln and Frederick Douglass: Another Debate." Illinois State Historical Society Journal. 68 (February1975): 9-26.

Brewer, William M. "Henry Highland Garnet." JNH. 13 (January 1928): 36-52.

------. "John Russwurm." JNH. 13 (October 1928): 413-22.

Brown, Ira V. "'Am I Not a Woman and a Sister?': The Anti-Slavery Conventions of American Women, 1837-1839." Pennsylvania History. 50 (1983): 1-19.

------. "Cradle of Feminism: The Female Anti-Slavery Society, 1833-1840." PMHB. 102 (1978): 143-66.

------. "Racism and Sexism: The Case of Pennsylvania Hall." Phylon. 37 (1976): 126-36.

Burke, Ronald K. "The Anti-Slavery Activities of Samuel Ringgold Ward in New York State." Afro-Americans in New York Life and History. 2 (1978): 17-28.

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Cadbury, Henry J. "Negro Membership in the Society of Friends." JNH. 21 (April 1936): 151-213.

Calligaro, Lee. "The Negro's Legal Status in Pre-Civil War New Jersey." New Jersey History. 85 (Fall-Winter 1967): 167-80.

Cassady, Marsh. "William W. Brown." American History Illustrated. 30 (February 1996).

Ceplair, Larry. "Mattie Griffith Browne: A Kentucky Abolitionist." Filson Club History Quarterly. 68 (April 1994): 2-19.

Cheek, William G. "John Mercer Langston: Black Protest Leader and Abolitionist." CWH. 16 (June 1970): 101-20.

Child, Alfred T., Jr. "Prudence Crandall and the Canterbury Experiment." BFHA. 22 (Spring 1933): 35-55.

Cimprich, John. "The Beginning of the Black Suffrage Movement in Tennessee, 1864-65." JNH. 65 (Summer 1980): 185-95.

Cleven, N. A. N. "Some Plans for Colonizing Liberated Negro Slaves in Hispanic America." JNH. 9 (January 1926): 35-49.

Cobb, W. Montague. "Martin Robinson Delany, 1812-1855." Journal of the National Medical Association. 44 (May 1952).

Coleman, J. Winston, Jr. "Delia Webster and Calvin Fairbanks--Underground Railroad Agents." Filson Club History Quarterly. 17 (July 1943): 130-32.

------. "Henry Clay, Kentucky, and Liberia," Kentucky State Historical Society Register. 45 (October 1947).

------. "The Kentucky Colonization Society." Kentucky State Historical Society Register. 39 (October 1941).

Cooke, J. W. "Freedom in the Thoughts of Frederick Douglass, 1845-1860." NHB. 32 (February 1969): 6-10.

Cooley, Verna. "Illinois and the Underground Railroad to Canada." Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society No. 23. (1917): 76-98.

Cooper, Frederick. "Elevating the Race: The Social Thought of Black Leaders, 1827-1850." AQ. 24 (December 1972): 604-25.

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Dick, Robert C. "Negro Oratory in the Antislavery Societies, 1830-1860." Western Speech. 28 (Winter 1964): 5-14.

------. "Rhetoric of Ante-Bellum Black Separatism." NHB. 34 (October 1971): 133-37.

Dillon, Merton L. "Elizabeth Chandler and the Spread of Antislavery Sentiment to Michigan." Michigan History. 39 (December 1955): 481-95.

Dixon, Christopher. "'A True Manly Life': Abolitionism and the Masculine Ideal." Mid-America: An Historical Review. 77 (Fall 1995): 213-36.

Drake, Richard B. "Freedmen's Aid Societies and Sectional Compromise." JSH. 29 (May 1963): 175-86.

Dumond, Dwight Lowell. "Race Prejudice and Abolition, New Views on the Antislavery Movement." Michigan Alumna Quarterly Review. 41 (April 1935): 377-85.

Dunbar-Nelson, Alice. "Lincoln and Douglass." NHB. 23 (February 1960): 98, 119.

Dyer, Brainerd. "The Persistence of the Ideas of Negro Colonization." Pacific Historical Review. 12 (March 1943): 53-66.

Dyson, Zita. "Gerrit Smith's Effort in Behalf of Negroes in New York. " JNH. 3 (October 1918): 354-59.

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Erickson, Leonard. "Politics and Repeal of Ohio's Black Laws, 1837-1849." Ohio History. 82 (1973).

Farley, Ena L. "Methodists and Baptists on the Issue of Black Equality in New York, 1865 to 1868." JNH. 61 (October 1976): 374-92.

Farrison, William Edward. "A Flight Across Ohio: The Escape of William Wells Brown from Slavery." Ohio State Historical Quarterly. 11 (July 1952): 273-83.

------. "William Wells Brown: America's First Negro Man of Letters." Phylon. 9 (First Quarter 1948): 13-33.

------. "William Wells Brown in Buffalo." JNH. 60 (October 1954): 299-314.

------. "William Wells Brown, Social Reformer." Journal of Negro Education. 5 (December-March 1949): 29-49.

Field, Phyllis F. "Republicans and Black Suffrage in New York State: The Grass Roots Response." CWH. 21 (June 1975): 136-47.

Finkelman, Paul. "Evading the Ordinance: The Persistence of Bondage in Indiana and Illinois." JER. 9 (1989): 21-52.

------. "Fugitive Slaves, Midwestern Racial Tolerance, and the Value of Justice Delayed." Iowa Law Review 78 (1992): 89-114.

------. "The Kidnapping of John Davis and the Adoption of the Fugitive Slave Law of 1793." JSH. 56 (1990): 397-422.

------. "Prelude to the Fourteenth Amendment: Black Legal Rights in the Antebellum North." Rutgers Law Review. 17 (1986): 415-82.

------. "Legal Ethics and Fugitive Slaves: The Anthony Burns Case, Judge Loring, and Abolitionist Attorneys." Cardozo Law Review. 17 (1996).

------. "The Protection of Black Rights in Seward's New York." CWH. 34 (1988): 125-58.

------. "What Did the Dred Scott Case Really Decide?" RAH. 7 (1979): 368-74.

Fishback, Mason McCloud. "Illinois Legislation on Slavery and Free Negroes, 1818-1818." Illinois State Historical Society Transactions. 9 (1904): 414-32.

Fishel, Leslie H., Jr. "Wisconsin and Negro Suffrage." Wisconsin Magazine of History. 46 (Spring 1963): 180-96.

Fishman, George. "New Jersey's Abolition Voice and the Negro." NHB. 31: 18-19.

Foner, Eric. "Politics and Prejudice: The Free Soil Party and the Negro, 1849-1852." JNH. 50 (October 1965): 239-56.

------. "Racial Attitudes of the New York Free Soilers." NYH. 46 (October 1965): 311-29.

Formisano, Ronald. "Edge of Caste: Colored Suffrage in Michigan, 1827-1861." Michigan History. 56 (Spring 1972): 19-40.

Foster, Charles I. "The Colonization of Free Negroes in Liberia, 1816-1835." JNH. 38 (1953): 41-66.

Fox, Dixon Ryan. "The Negro Vote in Old New York." Political Science Quarterly. 32.

Frasure, C. M. "Charles Sumner and the Rights of the Negro." JNH. 13 (April 1928): 1-24.

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Gara, Larry. "The Professional Fugitive in the Abolition Movement." Wisconsin Magazine of History. 48 (Spring 1965): 196-204.

------. "Propaganda Uses of the Underground Railway." Mid-America. 34 (July 1952): 155-71.

------. "The Underground Railway: A Reevaluation." The Ohio Historical Quarterly. 69 (July 1960): 334-39.

------. "The Underground Railway" Legend or Reality?" Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 105 (1961): 334-39.

Ginzberg, Lori. "'Moral Suasion is Moral Balderdash': Women, Politics, and Social Activism in the 1850s." JAH. 73 (December 1986): 601-22.

Goodheart, Lawrence B. "'Chronicles of Kipnapping in New York': Resistance to the Fugitive Slave Law, 1834-1835." Afro-Americans in New York Life and History. 8 (January 1984): 7-15.

Gross, Bella. "'Freedom's Journal' and 'Rights of All.'" JNH. 27 (July 1932): 241-62.

------. "Life and Times of Theodore S. Wright, 1797-1847." NHB. 3 (June 1940): 133-38.

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Hagan, Horace H. "Ableman vs. Booth." American Bar Association Journal. 17 (January 1931): 1-20.

Hale, Frank W. "Frederick Douglass: Antislavery Crusader and Lecturer." Journal of Human Relations. 14 (first quarter 1966).

Hallowell, Anna D. "Lydia Maria Child." Medford Historical Review. 3 (July 1900).

Hamer, Philip M. "Great Britain, the United States, and the Negro Seamen's Acts, 1822-1848." JSH. 1: 3-28.

Hamilton, James Cleland. "John Brown in Canada." The Canadian Magazine. 4 (December 1894): 133-34.

Hancock, Harold B. "Mary Ann Shadd: Negro Editor, Educator, and Lawyer." Delaware History. 15 (April 1973): 187-94.

------. "Not Quite Men: The Free Negroes in Delaware in the 1830s." CWH. 17 (December 1970): 320-31.

Harris, Robert L. "H. Ford Douglas: Afro-American Antislavery Emigrationist." JNH. 62 (1977): 217-34.

Harrold, Stanley C., Jr. "Cassius M. Clay on Slavery and Race: A Reinterpretation." Slavery & Abolition. 9 (May 1988): 42-56.

Harwood, Thomas F. "Prejudice and Antislavery: The Colloquy Between William Ellery Channing and Edward Strutt Abdy, 1834." AQ. 18 (Winter 1966): 697-700.

Hassett, Constance W. "Siblings and Antislavery: The Literary and Political Relations of Harriet Martineau, James Martineau, and Maria Weston Chapman." Signs. 21 (1996): 374.

Hedrick, Joan D. "'Peaceable Fruits': The Ministry of Harriet Beecher Stowe." AQ. 40 (September 1988): 307-22.

Hembree, Michael F. "The Question of 'Begging': Fugitive Slave Relief in Canada, 1830-1865." CWH. 37 (December 1991): 314-27.

Hewitt, Nancy A. "Feminist Friends: Agrarian Quakers and the Emergence of Women's Rights in America." Feminist Studies. 12 (Spring 1986): 27-49.

Hirsch, Leo H., Jr. "New York and the Negro from 1783 to 1865." JNH. 16 (October 1931): 383-423.

Hoganson, Kristan. "Garrisonian Abolitionists and the Rhetoric of Gender, 1850-1860." AQ. 45 (December 1993): 558-95.

Horton, James O. "Generations of Protest: Black Families and Social Reform in Ante-Bellum Boston." NEQ. 49 (June 1976): 242-56.

Horton, Lois. "Community Organization and Social Activism: Black Boston and the Antislavery Movement." Sociological Inquiry. 55 (1985): 182-99.

Jacobs, Donald M. "David Walker: Boston Race Leader, 1825-1830." Essex Institute Collections. 107 (January 1971): 94-107.

------. "The Nineteenth Century Struggle over Segregated Education in the Boston Schools." Journal of Negro Education. 39 (winter 1970): 76-85.

------. "William Lloyd Garrison's Liberator and Boston's Blacks, 1830-1865." NEQ. 259-77.

Jeffrey, Julie Roy. “Permeable Boundaries: Abolitionist Women and Separate Spheres.” Journal of the Early Republic 2001 21(1): 79-93.

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Johnson, Clifton H. "Mary Shadd Cary: Crusader for the Freedom of Man." The Crisis: A Record of the Draker Races. 78 (April/May 1971): 89-90.

Karcher, Carolyn. "Censorship, American Style: The Case of Lydia Maria Child." Studies in the American Renaissance. (1986): 287-303.

------. "From Pacifism to Armed Struggle: Lydia Maria Child's 'The Kansas Emigrants' and Antislavery Ideology in the 1850s." ESQ: Journal of the American Renaissance. 34 (Fall 1988): 141-58.

------. " Rape, Murder, and Revenge in 'Slavery's Pleasant Homes,' Lydia Maria Child's Antislavery Fiction and the Limits of Genre." Woman's Studies International Forum. 9 (1986): 323-32.

Kates, Don B. "Abolition, Deportation, Integration: Attitudes Toward Slavery in the Early Republic." JNH. 53 (January 1968):33-47.

Katz, William Loren. "The Black/White Fight against Slavery and for Women's Rights in America." Freedomways. 16 (1976): 230-36.

Kearns, Frances E. "Margaret Fuller and the Abolition Movement." Journal of the History of Ideas. 25 (January 1964): 120-27.

Keith, Jean S. "Joseph Rogers Underwood, Friend of African Colonization." Filson Club History Quarterly. 22 (April 1948): 117-32.

Kennon, Donald R. "'An Apple of Discord': The Woman Question at the World's Anti-Slavery Convention of 1840." Slavery and Abolition. 5 (1984): 244-76.

Kerber, Linda K. "The Abolitionist Perception of the Indian." JAH (early 1970s).

------. "Abolitionists and Amalgamators: The New York City Race Riots of 1834." NYH. 58 (January 1967): 28-39.

Kinoy, Arthur. "The Constitutional Right to Negro Freedom." Rutgers Law Review. 21 (1967): 387-441.

------. "The Constitutional Right to Negro Freedom Revisited: Some First Thoughts on Jones v. Alfred H. Mayer Company." Rutgers Law Review. 22 (1968): 537-552.

Kirk-Green, A. H. M. "America in the Niger Valley: A Colonization Centenary." Phylon. 23: 225-39.

Klement, Frank. "Jane Grey Swisshelm." Abraham Lincoln Quarterly. 6 (December 1950): 227-38.

Klingberg, Frank J. "Harriet Beecher Stowe and Social Reform in England." AHR. 43: 542-52.

------. "The S. P. G. Program for Negroes in Colonial New York." Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 8 (1939): 306-371.

Kuhl, Irving Stoddard. "Slavery and the Missions in the Old Northwest." Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society. 24.

Kuhns, Frederick. "Slavery and Missions in the Old Northwest." Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society. 24 (December 1946): 205-22.

Kurtz, Michael J. Kurtz. "Emancipation in the Federal City." CWH. 24 (1978): 250-67.

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Landon, Fred. "Canadian Negroes and the John Brown Raid." JNH. 6 (April 1921): 174-82.

------. "The Fugitive Slave in Canada." The University Magazine. 18 (Summer 1919).

------. "Fugitive Slaves in London, Ontario, Before 1860." London and Middlesex Historical Society Transactions. 10 (1919): 30.

------. "Henry Bibb: A Colonizer." JNH. 5 (October 1920): 437-47.

------. "The Negro Migration to Canada after the Passing of the Fugitive Slave Act." JNH. 5 (January 1920): 22-36.

------. "When Uncle Tom's Cabin Came to Canada." Ontario History. 44 (1952): 1-5.

------. "Wilberforce, an Experiment in the Colonization of Freed Negroes in Upper Canada." Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada. 31 (1937).

Lapansky, Emma Jones. "Feminism, Freedom and Community: Charlotte Forten and Women Activists in Nineteenth-Century Philadelphia." PMHB. 113 (1989): 3-19.

------. "'Since They Got Those Separate Churches': Afro-Americans and Racism in Jacksonian Philadelphia." AQ. 32 (Spring 1980): 54-78.

Law, Howard. "'Self-Reliance is the True Road to Independence': Ideology and the Ex-Slaves in Buxton and Chatham." Ontario History. 74 (June 1985): 107-21.

Lawson, Ellen N. and Marlene Merrill. "The Antebellum 'Talented Thousandth': Black College Students at Oberlin Before the Civil War." Journal of Negro Education. 52 (1983): 142-55.

Lemons, J. Stanley and Michael A. McKenna. "Re-enfranchment of Rhode Island Negroes." Rhode Island History. 30 (Winter 1971): 3-13.

Lerner, Gerda. "The Grimke Sisters and the Struggle Against Race Prejudice." JNH. 48 (October 1963): 277-91.

Leslie, William R. "A Study in the Origins of Interstate Rendition: The Big Beaver Creek Murders." AHR. 57 (October 1951): 63-76.

Levesque, George A. "Boston's Black Brahmin: Dr. John S. Rock." CWH. 26 (December 1980): 326-46.

------. "Inherent Reformers--Inherited Orthodoxy: Black Baptists in Boston, 1800-1873." JNH. 60 (October 1975): 491-525.

Levy, David W. "Racial Stereotypes in Antislavery Fiction." Phylon. 31 (Fall 1970): 265-79.

Levy, Leonard W. "Sims' Case: The Fugitive Slave Case in Boston in 1851." JNH. 35 (January 1950): 49-74.

Levy, Leonard W. and Harlan B. Phillips. " The Roberts Case: Source of the 'Separate but Equal' Doctrine." AHR. 56 (April 1951): 510-18.

Levy, Ronald. "Bishop Hopkins and the Dilemma of Slavery." PMHB. 91 (January 1967): 56-71.

Linden, Glenn. "A Note on Negro Suffrage and Republican Politics." JSH. 36 (August 1970): 411-20.

Lumpkin, Katherine DuPre. "The General Plan Was Freedom: A Negro Secret Order on the Underground Railroad." Phylon. 28 (Spring 1967): 63-77.

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Mabee, Carlton. "A Negro Boycott to Integrate Boston Schools." NEQ. 41 (September 1968): 341-61.

Macdougall, Donald V. "Habeus Corpus, Extradition and the Fugitive Slave in Canada." Slavery & Abolition. 7 (September 1986): 118-28.

Magee, Michael. “Emerson’s Emancipation Proclamations.” Raritan 2001 20(4): 96-116.

Mason, Vroman. "The Fugitive Slave Law in Wisconsin, With Reference to Nullification Sentiment." Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin (1895). 117-44.

Mayer, Henry.All on Fire: William Lloyd Garrison and the Abolition of Slavery.” New England Quarterly 2000 73(2): 335-336.

Maynard, Douglas H. "The World's Anti-Slavery Convention of 1840." MVHR. 47 (December 1969): 452-71.

McBride, David. "Black Protest against Racial Politics: Gardner, Hinton and their Memorial of 1838." Pennsylvania History. 46 (April 1979).

McCarron, Anna. "The Trial of Prudence Crandall for the Crime of Educating Negroes in Connecticut." Connecticut Magazine. 12 (1908): 225-32.

McClendon, R. Earl. "The Amistad Claims: Inconsistencies of Policies." Political Science Review. 48 (1933): 386-412.

McCormick, Richard P. "William Whipper: Moral Reformer." Pennsylvania History. 43 (January 1976): 23-48.

McKivigan, John R. and Jason H. Silverman. "Monarchial Liberty and Republican Slavery: West Indies Emancipation Celebrations in Upstate New York and Canada West." Afro-Americans in New York Life and History. 10 (January 1986): 7-18.

McKivigan, John R. Abolitionism and Issues of Race and Gender. New York : Garland, 1999.

MacMaster, Richard K. "Henry Highland Garnet and the African Civilization Society." Journal of Presbyterian History. 48 (Summer 1970).

McPherson, James M. "Abolitionist and Negro Opposition to Colonization During the Civil War." Phylon. 26 (Winter 1965): 391-99.

------. "Abolitionists and the Civil Rights Act of 1875." JAH. 52 (December 1965): 493-510.

------. "Abolitionists, Woman Suffrage, and the Negro, 1863-1869." Mid-America. 47 (January 1965): 40-47.

------. "The Fight against the Gag Rule: Joshua Leavitt and Antislavery Insurgency in the Whig Party. 1839-1842." JNH. 48 (July 1963): 177-95.

Mehlinger, Louis R. "The Attitude of the Free Negro toward African Colonization." JNH. 1 (June 1916): 276-301.

Melder, Keith E. "Forerunners of Freedom: The Grimke Sisters in Massachusetts, 1837-38." Essex Institute Historical Collections. 103 (July 1976): 223-49.

Mendelson, Wallace. "Dred Scott's Case--Reconsidered." Minnesota Law Review. 38 (1953): 16-28.

Miller, Floyd J. "The Father of Black Nationalism." CWH. 17 (December 1971): 310-19.

Munsterberg, Margaret. "The Weston Sisters and the Boston Controversy." Boston Public Library Quarterly. 10 (January 1958): 38-50.

------. "The Weston Sisters and the 'Boston Mob'." Boston Public Library Quarterly. 9 (October 1958): 183-94.

Murray, Alexander L. "The Extradition of Fugitive Slaves from Canada: A Re-evaluation." The Canadian Historical Review. 43 (December 1962): 298-314.

------. "The Provincial Freeman: A New Source for the History of the Negro in Canada and the United States." JNH. 44 (April 1959): 123-35.

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Nash, Roderick W. "The Christiana Riot: An Evaluation of its National Significance." Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society. 64 (1961): 66-91.

------. "William Parker and the Christiana Riot." JNH. 46 (January 1961): 24-31.

Newman, Richard S. The Transformation of American Abolitionism : Fighting Slavery in the Early Republic. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 2002.

Painter, Nell Irvin. "Sojourner Truth in Life and Memory: Writing the Biography of an American Exotic." Gender and History. 2 (1990): 3-16.

Palmer, Erwin. "A Partnership in the Abolition Movement." University of Rochester Library Bulletin. 26 (1970-71): 1-19.

Payne, Walter A. "Lincoln's Caribbean Colonization Plan." Pacific Historian. 7 (May 1963): 65-72.

Pease, Jane H. and William H. Pease. "Ends, Means, and Attitudes: Black-White Conflict in the Antislavery Movement." CWH. 18 (June 1972): 117-28.

------. "Black Power--The Debate in 1840." Phylon. 19 (Spring 1968): 19-26.

------. "Negro Conventions and the Problem of Black Leadership." Journal of Black Studies. 2 (September 1971).

------. "The Abolitionist Dilemma: The Antislavery Movement and the Northern Negro." AQ. 42 (Winter 1965): 682-95.

------. "Boston Garrisonians and the Problem of Frederick Douglass." Canadian Journal of History. 2 (September 1967): 29-48.

------. "Freedom and Peace: A Nineteenth Century Dilemma." Midwest Quarterly. 9 (October 1967).

------. "Opposition to the Founding of the Elgin Settlement." Canadian Historical Review. 38 (September 1957): 202-18.

Pease, William H. "Three Years Among the Freedmen: William C. Gannett and the Port Royal Experiment." JNH. 42 (April 1957): 98-117.

Perlman, Daniel. "Organizations of the Free Negro in New York City, 1800-1860." JNH. 56 (July 1971): 181-97.

Perry, P. B. "Before the North Star: Frederick Douglass' Early Journalistic Career." Phylon. 35 (March 1974): 96-107.

Pierson, Michael D. "Between Antislavery and Abolition: The Politics and Rhetoric of Jane Grey Swisshelm." Pennsylvania History. 60 (July 1993): 305.

Planck, George R. "Abraham Lincoln and Black Colonization: Theory and Practice." Lincoln Herald. 72 (Summer 1970): 61-77.

Porter, Dorothy. "David Ruggles: An Apostle of Human Rights." JNH. 28 (January 1943): 23-50.

------. "Organized Educational Activities of Negro Literary Societies." Journal of Negro Education. 5 (October 1936): 555-76.

------. "Sarah Parker Remond: Abolitionist and Physician." JNH. 20 (July 1935): 287-93.

Price, Edward."The Black Voting Rights Issue in Pennsylvania, 1780-1900." (July 1976): 356-73.

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Quarles, Benjamin. "The Breach Between Douglass and Garrison." JNH. 23 (January 1938): 144-51.

------. "Douglass' Mind in the Making." Phylon. 6 (1945).

------. "Douglass and the Compromise of 1850." NHB. 14 (October 1950): 19-21, 24.

------. "Frederick Douglass and the Women's Rights Movement." JNH. 25 (January 1940): 35-44.

------. "John Brown Writes to Blacks." Kansas Historical Quarterly. 41 (Winter 1975): 454-67.

------. "Letters from Negro Leaders to Gerrit Smith." JNH. 27 (October 1942): 432-53.

------. "Ministers Without Portfolio." JNH. 39 (January 1954).

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Reed, Harry A. "The Slave as Abolitionist: Henry Highland Garnet's Address to the Slaves of the United States of America." Centennial Review. 20 (1976): 385-94.

Richardson, Joe M. " The American Missionary Association and Black Education in Missouri." Missouri Historical Review. 433-48.

------. "The Failure of the American Missionary Association to Expand Congregationalism among Southern Blacks." Southern Studies. 18 (Spring 1979): 51-73.

Riddleberger, Patrick W. "The Radicals' Abandonment of the Negro During Reconstruction." JNH. 45 (April 1960): 88-102.

Robboy, Stanley J. and Anita W. Robboy. "Lewis Hayden: from Fugitive Slave to Statesman." NEQ. 46 (December 1973): 591-613.

Robertson, Stacey M. Parker Pillsbury : Radical Abolitionist, Male Feminist. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2000.

Roediger, David R. Towards the Abolition of Whiteness: Essays on Race, Politics, and Working Class History. New York: Verso, 1994. 

Rozett, John M. "Racism and Republican Emergence in Illinois, 1848-1860: A Reevaluation of Republican Negrophobia." CWH. 22 (June 1976).

Ruchames, Louis. "Race, Marriage and Abolition in Massachusetts." JNH. 40 (July 1955): 250-73.

------. "William Lloyd Garrison and the Negro Franchise." JNH. 50 (January 1965): 37-49.

Ruchin, Judith P. "The Abolition of Colored Schools in Rochester, New York: 1832-1856." NYH. 51 (July 1970): 376-93.

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