Harriet deGarmo Fuller papers  1852-1857
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Several books and newspapers associated with the Fuller Papers have been transferred to the Book Division, including:

Clarkson, Thomas. The history of the rise, progress and accomplishment of the abolition of the African slave-trade by the British Parliament. Philadelphia: J.P. Parke, 1808.

Douglass, Frederick. Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave. Boston: Anti-Slavery Office, 1849.

Stowe, Harriet Beecher. A key to Uncle Tom's Cabin. Boston: J.P. Jewett & Co., 1853.

The Liberator, vol. 39, no. 53 (1864 December 30)

The Woman's Journal, vol. 1, no. 10 (1870 March 12)

The Boston Investigator, vol. 27, no. 28 (1857 November 4) and vol. 33, no. 44 (1864 March 9).

Anti-slavery Songs.

Related Materials

The James Gillespie Birney Papers include extensive documentation of the Michigan State Anti-Slavery Society and antislavery activity in Michigan in general, during the 1830s-50s.

The Bentley Library houses a manuscript "fragment" from the Michigan Anti-Slavery Society, 1854, that contains a listing of members.

A microfilm has been prepared of similar material: Michigan Anti-Slavery Society. The Black books [microform] : constitution & bye laws, resolutions, treasurer-secretary reports and minutes of the Michigan Anti-Slavery Society, Oct. 16, 1852-1857. -- 1852-1857. ca. 100 items. Microfilm made from Historical collection of Blanche E. Coggan. Gift of Teatro International Incorporated. Microfilm of Mss. (handwritten). Lansing, Mich: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1960. 1 reel; 35 mm. (NYPG)

Drew, Benjamin. A North-side view of slavery: the refugee, or, the narratives of fugitive slaves in Canada; Boston: John P. Jewett, 1856.

Nell, William C. The colored patriots of the American Revolution; Boston: Robert F. Wallcut, 1855.

Partial Subject Index
Abolitionists--Michigan
  • passim
Chandler, Elizabeth Margaret
  • vol. 4, p. 18
Foster, Abby Kelley
  • vol. 1, p. 12-14, 16, 23
  • vol. 4, p. 8, 10, 31
Fugitive slaves--Ohio
  • vol. 4, pp. 66-67
Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879
  • vol. 1, pp. 13-14, 17-18
  • vol. 2, p. 1
  • vol. 4, p. 7-8, 10-12
Haviland, Laura
  • vol. 4, p. 6
Kansas--History--1854-1861
  • vol. 4, p. 47-48, 70-71
Kansas-Nebraska Bill
  • vol. 4, p. 39
Missouri Compromise
  • vol. 4, p. 39
Murder
  • vol. 4, p. 67
Presbyterian Church
  • vol. 4, pp. 15-17
Republican Party
  • vol. 4, p. 66-75
Secession
  • vol. 4, p. 53, 55-56
Slavery
  • passim
Slavery and the church
  • vol. 4, pp. 15-18, 63-67
Slavery--Anti-slavery movements--Michigan
  • passim
Slavery--United States--Extension to the territories
  • vol. 4, p. 39, 47-48
Spiritualism
  • vol. 4, p. 16
Truth, Sojourner, d. 1883
  • vol. 4, p. 65, 71
Walker, Jonathan
  • vol. 4, p. 34
Williamson, Passmore
  • vol. 4, p. 54-55
Wright, Henry Clark, 1797-1870
  • vol. 4, p. 55-56, 63-69