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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 Associate Editors: L. Diane Barnes, Mark G. Emerson, and Leigh Fought Assistant Editors: Rachael L. Drenovsky, Peter P. Hinks, and Susan Hubert Research Assistants: Sean P. Adams, Kendra Clauser, James H. Cook, Victoria C. Gruber, Emily Hall, Candy Hudziak, C. Jane Holtan, Heather Hutchinson, and Sarah K. Wagner Yale University Press New Haven and London


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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 A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. This paper meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992 (Permanence of Paper).


Editorial Advisory Board Mary F. Berry Richard J. M. Blackett Robert Hall Louis R. Harlan Darlene C. Hine Howard Lamar David Montgomery Howard Temperley


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