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Frontispiece: Frederick Douglass, 1847/52, by Samuel J. Miller (1882-1888). A Major Acquisitions Centennial Endowment, The Art Institute of Chicago.


The Frederick Douglass Papers
Series Three: Correspondence
Volume 1: 1842–1852
John R. McKivigan, Editor
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Douglass, Frederick, 1818–1895.
The Frederick Douglass papers. Series three. Correspondence / John R. McKivigan, editor.
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-0-300-13560-2
1. Douglass, Frederick, 1818–1895—Correspondence. 2. Abolitionists—United States—Correspondence. 3. African American abolitionists—Correspondence. 4. Antislavery movements—United States—History—19th century—Sources. I. McKivigan, John R., 1949– II. Title. E449.D75A4 2009
[B] 2009023125
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