Additional Descriptive Data
Copies of both the 1853 and 1854 editions of Julia Griffiths' Autographs For Freedom are located in the Clements Library's Books Division.
Griffiths also edited a volume of anti-slavery essays, Voices of Freedom (Worthington: N.Y., [188_?]), which is not present in the Clements' holdings. Research suggests that Voices of Freedom is a reprint of the second volume of Autographs for Freedom (1854) - see Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society Papers control file.
Also lacking is one of Frederick Douglass' speeches before the Society published in 1855, entitled The Anti-Slavery Movement; A Lecture Before the Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society (Lee, Mann & Co.: Rochester, 1855).
The Library of the University of Rochester houses an extensive collection of papers of the Porter family, including a large number of items relating to Maria G. Porter and Susan Farley Porter.
African American soldiersAfrican American womenAfrican Americans
- passim, but esp. 1:4,19,43
African Americans--KansasAfrican Americans--Social conditionsAlexandria (Va.)--Description
Baptists--MissionsBarnes, Anna M. Cornell, b. 1824Brown, FrederickBrown, John, 1800-1859Cameron, Simon, 1799-1889ChinaChristmasConfederate States of America--Social conditionsCornell, Sarah M., 1791-1869Douglass, Frederick, 1817?-1895Douglass, RosettaEmancipation ProclamationForrest, French, 1796-1866Fourth of July celebrations
Free South, The (newspaper)Freedmen--Education
- See Julia A. Wilbur letters
FreemasonsFugitive Slave Law of 1850Fugitive slavesFuneral rites and ceremoniesGladwin, Rev. Henry
Hamilton (N.Y.)--DescriptionHospitalsIrelandIrish Ladies' Anti-Slavery SocietyJackson, GeorgeJacobs, Harriet A. (Harriet Ann), 1813-1897Kansas Emancipation LeagueKansas--History--Civil War, 1861-1865MarriageMissionsMott, Richard, 1804-1888Mount Vernon (Va. : Estate)Pierpont, Francis Harrison, 1814-1899Porter, Maria G., 1810-1896Presbyterian Church--MissionsPresidents--United States--Election--1864RacismSex discriminationSexual ethicsSlave-tradeSlavery--Anti-slavery movementsSlough, John P., 1829-1867SmallpoxSmith, Gerrit, 1797-1874Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896. Uncle Tom's CabinSyracuse Fugitive Aid SocietyThanksgiving dayTubman, Harriet, 1821?-1913Underground railroadUnited States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Participation, African-AmericanWadsworth, James Samuel, 1807-1864Wilbur, Julia A.WomenWomen--Social conditionsWomen--Southern states