Each volume contains an annotated list of chronologically arranged letters appearing in selected 19th century abolitionist and reform journals and newspapers. An "Index of Correspondents" is included within each volume.
Vol. 1-Philanthropist, 1817-1818; Tennessee Emancipator, 1820; Abolition Intelligencer, 1822-23; Genius of Universal Emancipation, 1821-39; African Observer, 1827-1828; and the Boston (Ma.) Liberator, 1831-1845.
Vol. 2 – Liberator, 1846-1865; New York Anti-Slavery Record, 1835-38; New York Human Rights, 1835-38; Observer,1835-38.
Vol. 3 – Friend of Man, 1836-42; Pennsylvania Freeman, 1836-54; Advocate of Freedom, 1838-41; and the New York American & Foreign Anti-Slavery Reporter, 1840-46.
Vol. 4 – National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1840-1860 ON ORDER
Vol. 5 – National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1861-71. ON ORDER
In Black and white : a guide to magazine articles, newspaper articles, and books concerning more than 15,000 Black individuals and groups
by Spradling, Mary Mace, 1905-
Swem Library - Reference
Ref E185.96 .A1 S655 1980 Vols. 1-2