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Banner, "The Almighty has No Attribute that can take Sides ..."
Banner, "God Himself is with us for our Captain ..."
Banner, "Great is Truth!"
Banner, "The Liberator Commenced January 1st 1831"
Banner, "Our Fanaticism! All Men are Created Equal ..."
Banner, "Our Motto Liberty a Trust ..."
Banner, "Our Trust for Victory is Solely in God ..."
Banner, "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land ..."
Banner, "Shall a Republic Which Could Not Bear the Bonds of a King ..."
Banner, "This is the Lord's Doing"
Billy club of the League of Masachusetts Freemen
Billy clubs (used by bodyguards)
Embossing Seal, Am I Not a Woman and a Sister
Iron yoke slave collar
Medal, Am I Not a Woman and a Sister
BROADSIDES and TICKETS
Church Anti-Slavery Society
Comparison of Products, Population, and Resources of the Free and Slave States
The Cotton Kingdom
The Dorchester Anti-Slavery Society's Celebration; July 4th 1835
Envelope for antislavery wafers
First Anniversary of the Kidnapping of Thomas Sims, by the City of Boston
For the Twenty-Fifth National Anti-Slavery Subscription Anniversary, at the Music Hall, Boston, Wednesday Evening, January 26, 1859
Great Anti-slavery Meetings!
Great Massachusetts Petition
Hymns, for the Rural Anti-Slavery Celebration, at Dedham
The Man is Not Bought! He is Still in the Slave Pen in the Court House!
Murderers, Thieves and Blacklegs Employed by Marshal Freeman
No Slavery! Fourth of July!
Order of Services at the First Anniversary of the Kidnapping of Thomas Sims
Slave Market of America
A Startling Fact!
Ticket to the Anti-Slavery Bazaar in Boston, Massachusetts, 1855-1856
Ticket to the Anti-Slavery Refreshment Room, 1855
Ticket to the 23rd Anti-Slavery Bazaar in Boston, Massachusetts, 1857
The Twenty-Fifth National Anti-Slavery Subscription Anniversary. You are cordially invited by the Ladies ...
The Twenty-seventh Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society ...
ENGRAVINGS and PRINTS
African American female, chained and kneeling ...
The Innocent Cause of the War
James Armistead Lafayette
"The Mill-Boy of the Slashes" (political cartoon)
Scene on the Coast of Africa
For more engravings and prints, see the finding aid to the Portraits of American Abolitionists collection.
Diagram to show the drill of the Anti-Man Hunting League had for the running off a slave or man-hunter
"Bress de Lor, we am Contraban"
"By Golly massa Butler. I like dis better dan workin' in de field for ole Sesesh massa"
Come back here you black rascal. Can't come back nohow, massa; Dis chile's Contraban'
Dinah and Pompey
Dis Chile's Contraban'
"Him Fader's hope ..."
"I wouldn't pull down dat Flag ..."
I'm Glad I'm Not in Dixie! Hooray! Hooray!
I'm Just From Dixie's Land
The Innocent Cause of the War
Jeff the Dictator ...
John Bull's Sympathy
A King for the South
The Lock and Key
Map of the Seat of War
"Massa can't have dis chile, dat's what's de matter"
Music by the "Contra Band"
The "Peculiar" Institution
The "Peculiar Institution." Secession's Moving Foundation
The persuasive eloquence of the Sunny South
The Result of Secession
"We is de innocent root ob dis yere trubble, Mass' Jeff, but its gwine to take all us poor niggas' breff away to keep de wind in it"
"Whar's Jeff Davis?"
You had better get out dere, Massa Jeff
African Meeting House, Boston, Massachusetts
The branded hand of Captain Jonathan Walker
Young Africa. Or the Bone of Contention.
For more photographs, see the finding aid to the Portraits of American Abolitionists collection.
John Albion Andrew; portrait by William Morris Hunt
George Livermore; portrait by James Carroll Beckwith
Mrs. Ellis Gray Loring; portrait (watercolor) by William Page
Mrs. Ellis Gray Loring; portrait by William Page
Wendell Phillips; portrait by Charles V. Bond
Wendell Phillips; portrait by unidentified artist
Franklin Benjamin Sanborn; portrait by Cloyd L. Boykin
Catherine Sargent; miniature portrait by Caroline Negus
Charles Sumner; portrait by Darius Cobb
Charles Sumner; portrait by unidentified artist
For more portraits see the finding aid to the Portraits of American Abolitionists collection. Please note: these portraits are photographs, engravings, and photomechanicals.
John Albion Andrew; marble bust by Thomas Ridgeway Gould
William Lloyd Garrison; marble bust by Anne Whitney
Samuel E. Sewall; marble bust by Anne Whitney
Charles Sumner; marble bust by Thomas Crawford