Correspondence, Volume 2 (Unpublished--To Transcribe)

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A Colored Canadian to Frederick Douglass, June 10, 1854

A Colored Canadian to Frederick Douglass, June 10, 1854

A Colored Canadian to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: FDP, 23 June 1854. Comments on the Baltimore Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church; criticizes their support of colonization.

4 pages: 100% transcribed, 25% needs review
Albro S. Brown to Frederick Douglass, January 1855

Albro S. Brown to Frederick Douglass, January 1855

Albro S. Brown to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 9 February 1855. Denounces anti-Catholic, anti-immigration sentiments of Know-Nothingism.

2 pages: 100% transcribed, 50% needs review
Artemas Carter to Frederick Douglass, April 28, 1854

Artemas Carter to Frederick Douglass, April 28, 1854

Artemas Carter to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass P, 12 May 1854. Tells the story of a woman and her infant daughter escaping slavery in Saint Louis; commends Underground Railroad conductors for helping so many to freedom.

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A[bner] H. Francis to Frederick Douglass, June 1, 1854

A[bner] H. Francis to Frederick Douglass, June 1, 1854

A[bner] H. Francis to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass P, 22 September 1854. Supports his change in position on the issue of slavery in the Constitution; encourages all abolitionists to do the same; describes affairs in Oregon.

3 pages: 100% transcribed, 100% needs review
A[bner] H. Francis to Frederick Douglass, May 30, 1854

A[bner] H. Francis to Frederick Douglass, May 30, 1854

A[bner] H. Frances to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass P, 6 July 1854. Reports the resolutions of a meeting in San Francisco.

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A[mos] G[erry] B[eman] to Frederick Douglass, September 16, 1854

A[mos] G[erry] B[eman] to Frederick Douglass, September 16, 1854

A[mos] G[erry] B[eman] to Frederick Douglass. PLIr: Frederick DouglassP, 22 September 1854. Celebrates the upcoming sixteenth anniversary of the Connecticut State Temperance Society in Middletown, Connecticut; expresses desire that Douglass attend.

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A[mos] G[erry] B[eman] to Frederick Douglass, September 9, 1854

A[mos] G[erry] B[eman] to Frederick Douglass, September 9, 1854

A[mos] G[erry] B[eman] to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 15 September 1854. Comments on and provides information about the status of the citizenship question for blacks in the United States.

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A[mos] N[oë] Freeman to Frederick Douglass, October 7, 1854

A[mos] N[oë] Freeman to Frederick Douglass, October 7, 1854

A[mos] N[oë] Freeman to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 13 October 1854. Counters claims made by Ethiop [William J. Wilson] in his most recent letter.

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A[nna] H. Richardson to Frederick Douglass, October 23, 1854

A[nna] H. Richardson to Frederick Douglass, October 23, 1854

A[nna] H. Richardson to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 17 November 1854. Argues against Ethiop's [William J. Wilson] position on separate schools; believes that educating black and white children separately will do nothing to solve the root of the problem.

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Betsey D. Hawks to Frederick Douglass, February 14, 1855

Betsey D. Hawks to Frederick Douglass, February 14, 1855

Betsey D. Hawks to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 2 March 1855. Criticizes Charles Stuart's position on the inner being of man, and his theological beliefs.

4 pages: 100% transcribed, 100% needs review
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