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  • [Frontispiece Image] COURT HOUSE From Life, Including His Escape and Struggle for Liberty of Charles A. Garlick, Born a Slave in Old Virginia, Who Secured His Freedom by Running Away from His Master's Farm in 1843.


  • [Part One Title Page Image] From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • [Part Two Title Page Image] From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • [Word in Greek] From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • A CANADIAN FOREST. From Josiah: The Maimed Fugitive. A True Tale.


  • A SWAMP SCENE. From Josiah: The Maimed Fugitive. A True Tale.


  • Africa for Jesus From Africa for Christ. Twenty-Eight Years a Slave.


  • ARAB ENCAMPMENT. From Life of Charles T. Walker, D.D., ("The Black Spurgeon.") Pastor Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, New York City.


  • ARCHY LOSES HIS BEST FRIEND, Page 21. From The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive.


  • The author and his mother arrested and carried back into slavery. From Narrative of William W. Brown, an American Slave. Written by Himself.


  • BABYLON. From Life of Charles T. Walker, D.D., ("The Black Spurgeon.") Pastor Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, New York City.


  • BAPTIZING IN THE RIVER JORDAN. From Life of Charles T. Walker, D.D., ("The Black Spurgeon.") Pastor Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, New York City.


  • "BETHEL" From Life of Charles T. Walker, D.D., ("The Black Spurgeon.") Pastor Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, New York City.


  • CHLOE AND HER PLAYMATES TAKEN CAPTIVE BY THE SLAVE-DEALERS. [Frontispiece Image] From Memoir of Mrs. Chloe Spear, a Native of Africa, Who was Enslaved in Childhood, and Died in Boston, January 3, 1815...Aged 65 Years. By a Lady of Boston.


  • Cinque (FAC-SIMILE OF THE ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH) The Chief of the Amistad Captives. From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • CLEARING LAND. From Josiah: The Maimed Fugitive. A True Tale.


  • Constable in quest of John. p.18 From Narrative of the Life of Thomas Cooper.


  • [Illustration] From Narrative of William Hayden, Containing a Faithful Account of His Travels for a Number of Years, Whilst a Slave, in the South. Written by Himself.


  • AN EASTERN HARVEST SCENE. From Life of Charles T. Walker, D.D., ("The Black Spurgeon.") Pastor Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, New York City.


  • EMANCIPATION. Page 218 From The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive.


  • EXPOUNDING THE CONSTITUTION. Page 402. From The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive.


  • FORD OF THE RIVER JORDAN. From Life of Charles T. Walker, D.D., ("The Black Spurgeon.") Pastor Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, New York City.


  • Frederick Douglass From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • A FREEHOLDERS' COURT. Page 197. From The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive.


  • GAMBLING FOR A SLAVE. From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • Gang of Slaves preparing to be Sold in a Southern Market. From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • GREAT HOUSE AT POPLAR FARM. From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • GUSTAVUS VASSA. OR Olaudah Equiano. From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • [Illustration] From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • [Illustration] From My Bondage and My Freedom. Part I. Life as a Slave. Part II. Life as a Freeman.


  • [Illustration] From My Bondage and My Freedom. Part I. Life as a Slave. Part II. Life as a Freeman.


  • Jan Tzatzoe a Christian Chief of Amakosoe, South Africa From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • JOSIAH'S PLACE OF PRAYER. From Josiah: The Maimed Fugitive. A True Tale.


  • KU-KLUX EMBLEMS. From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • LAW AND ORDER. Page 239 From The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive.


  • LEAP OF THE FUGITIVE SLAVE. From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • MT. OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH, WEST FIFTY THIRD STREET, NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. From Life of Charles T. Walker, D.D., ("The Black Spurgeon.") Pastor Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, New York City.


  • NEGRO DENTISTRY. From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • NEGRO OF MOZAMBIQUE. From "M. PÉRON'S VOYAGE" From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • OLD JAIL, FORMERLY AT THE CORNER OF SIXTH AND CHESTNUT STREETS, TO WHICH ARCHER WAS TAKEN.--Page 61. From The Story of Archer Alexander: From Slavery to Freedom, March 30, 1863.


  • RESURRECTION OF HENRY BOX BROWN, AT PHILADELPHIA. [Frontispiece Image] From Narrative of the Life of Henry Box Brown, Written by Himself.


  • Sale of Estates, Pictures, and Slaves in the Rotunda, New Orleans. From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • See page 17. See page 24. From Narrative of William Hayden, Containing a Faithful Account of His Travels for a Number of Years, Whilst a Slave, in the South. Written by Himself.


  • SHEEPFOLD. From Life of Charles T. Walker, D.D., ("The Black Spurgeon.") Pastor Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, New York City.


  • [Two Illustrations] From Narrative of William Hayden, Containing a Faithful Account of His Travels for a Number of Years, Whilst a Slave, in the South. Written by Himself.


  • TABOR'S CATCH-DOG, "GROWLER." From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • THE FOREST ON THE OHIO RIVER. From Josiah: The Maimed Fugitive. A True Tale.


  • THE LAST DAUGHTER. Page 94. From The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive.


  • The master mounted on his horse driving John before him. pp. 7 8. [Frontispiece Image] From Narrative of the Life of Thomas Cooper.


  • THE SAW MILL. From Josiah: The Maimed Fugitive. A True Tale.


  • THE SUCCESSFUL MAN HUNT. Page 291. From The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive.


  • Thomas Cooper's farewell address to his friends in London. p. 30. From Narrative of the Life of Thomas Cooper.


  • Thus God speaketh once, yea, twice, yet Man perceiveth it not. In a Dream in a Vision of the Night, when deep deep falleth upon Men, on slumbrings upon the Bed: Then he openeth the Ears of Men & sealeth their instruction. Job Ch. 33 Ver. 14, 15, 16 & 29 & 30. From The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by Himself. Vol. I.


  • Toussaint Louverture From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.


  • TRIAL OF AFFECTION. Page 65. From The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive.


  • TROPICAL LUXURIANCE. From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • VIEW OF A TEMPLE. Erected by the Blacks of St. Domingo. TO COMMEMORATE THEIR EMANCIPATION From A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Colored Portion of Mankind; with Particular Reference to the African Race.