Correspondence, Volume 1: 1842-1852 (Published and Unpublished)

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This volume contains published and unpublished documents which do not require transcription. They have OCR text that requires some clean up in the first case, and transcriptions in the second case that need review. There is no new material here for transcription.
A Citizen from Bath to Frederick Douglass, April 21, 1848 (Unpublished) (1848-04-21)

A Citizen from Bath to Frederick Douglass, April 21, 1848 (Unpublished) (1848-04-21)

A Citizen from Bath to Frederick Douglass. PL: NS, 28 April 1848. Corrects editorial in Bath Steuben Courier criticizing Frederick Douglass’s speech on exclusion of blacks from new school in Bath, New York.

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A Colored American to Frederick Douglass, May 8, 1849 (Unpublished) (1849-05-08)

A Colored American to Frederick Douglass, May 8, 1849 (Unpublished) (1849-05-08)

A Colored American to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: NS, 25 May 1849. Suggests failure of earlier abolitionist efforts to organize New Yorkers was due to church opposition.

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A Friend to Frederick Douglass, July 17, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-07-17)

A Friend to Frederick Douglass, July 17, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-07-17)

A Friend to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass' Papers, 30 July 1852. Questions consistency of Liberty party ideology.

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A Friend to Frederick Douglass, June 21, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-06-21)

A Friend to Frederick Douglass, June 21, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-06-21)

A Friend to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass' Papers, 1 July 1852. Defends Liberty party; criticizes Garrisonians.

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A Friend to Frederick Douglass, June 5, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-06-05)

A Friend to Frederick Douglass, June 5, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-06-05)

A Friend to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass' Papers, 17 June 1852. Praises Liberty party as best form of abolitionist organization.

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A Mechanic to Frederick Douglass, May 3, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-05-03)

A Mechanic to Frederick Douglass, May 3, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-05-03)

A Mechanic to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass' Papers, 13 May 1852. Denounces northern subservience to Fugitive Slave Law.

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A. J. N. to Frederick Douglass, January 30, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-01-30)

A. J. N. to Frederick Douglass, January 30, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-01-30)

A. J. N. to Frederick Douglass. PLIr: Frederick Douglass' Papers, 12 February 1852. Reprinted in Lib., 27 February 1852. Compares celebratory reception of Louis Kossuth with mobbing of George Thompson.

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A. M. Thornton to Frederick Douglass, December 11, 1851 (Unpublished) (1851-12-11)

A. M. Thornton to Frederick Douglass, December 11, 1851 (Unpublished) (1851-12-11)

A. M. Thornton to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass' Papers, 25 December 1851. Applauds Gerrit Smith’s support of human equality regardless of race.

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A. M. to Frederick Douglass, April 1, 1850 (Unpublished) (1850-04-01)

A. M. to Frederick Douglass, April 1, 1850 (Unpublished) (1850-04-01)

A.M. to Frederick Douglass. PLIr: NS, 5 April 1850. Criticizes school segregation in Albany, New York.

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A. R. Dempster to Frederick Douglass, December 18, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-12-18)

A. R. Dempster to Frederick Douglass, December 18, 1852 (Unpublished) (1852-12-18)

A. R. Dempster to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass' Papers, 14 January 1853. Defends himself against criticism from Joseph Barker.

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