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Page 69 Pages from the diary of Martha Cochran
c. 1858
Martha Cochran's diary describes an 1858 abolition meeting in Boston, populated by luminaries of the movement.
Title page Title page from "Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly"
Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" galvanized Northern public opinion against the institution of slavery in the decade preceding the Civil War.
Title page Excerpts from "A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin Presenting the Original Facts and Documents Upon Which the Story is Founded"
A year after she published her novel, "Uncle Tom's Cabin," Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote the "Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin" in response to her critic's charge that she exaggerated the horrors of slavery.
Page 1 Letter to Stephen Higginson III from his father
Apr 15, 1850
Stressing the importance of this book, Stephen Higginson II sent his son a copy of "A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin" the day it was published.
document "Enemies of the Dream" cartoon printed in Greenfield Recorder newspaper
Apr 10, 1968
The cartoon, published in the Greenfield Recorder just days after the assassination of Dr, Martin Luther King, captures the feelings of many Americans at the time.
document "Leaders of March Still Have Not Attained Goal" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
Aug 29, 1963
This article in the Greenfield Recorder appeared one day after the historic 1963 "March on Washington."
document "King's Dream Speech In 1963 Urged Full Rights For Negroes" article from Greenfield Recorder newspaper
Apr 5, 1968
These excerpts from the Rev. Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech were printed in the Greenfield Recorder on April 5, 1968, the day after Dr. King's assassination in Memphis Tennessee.
Front matter "Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral"
The publication in 1773 of her "Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral" marked the first published book by an African American.
document Article published in letter form to Benjamin Banneker from Thomas Jefferson in the Greenfield Gazette newspaper
Nov 15, 1792
In this letter from Thomas Jefferson printed in the Greenfield Gazette in 1792, he thanks free African American Benjamin Banneker.
Title page "Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral"
The publication in 1773 of her "Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral" marked the first published book by an African American.


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