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"An American"
1839

In this anonymously published work, the author writes about the different perspectives on slavery and discusses why colonization is the best answer to the slavery problem.

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Adams, Nehemiah
1855

Nehemiah Adams, a Northerner, recounts his impressions of slavery and Southern life acquired during his visit to the South.

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Allen, Tiphen Walsingham
Unpublished, 1853-1854

Tiphen Walsingham Allen, from Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, records his thoughts and activities as a student at Dickinson College.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1967-1980

This scrapbook was created in 1980 to document the history of Alpha Delta Epsilon (ADE), a local sorority established at Dickinson College on October 4, 1967. Members of Dickinson's chapter of the Phi Mu sorority formed ADE when Phi Mu's national...

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1967

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1967

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1967

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
Spring 1968

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1968-1969

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1968-1970

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1969

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1971-1972

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1972

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1972

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1972

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1973-1974

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1978

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon
1979

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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Alpha Delta Epsilon ; Johnston, Betsy ; Marshall, Leisa
Spring 1977

This scrapbook documents the members and activities of Alpha Delta Epsilon, a local sorority founded at Dickinson College in 1967.

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American Anti-Slavery Society
c.1844

A formal statement of the beliefs and goals of the American Anti-Slavery Society at the time of their founding.

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American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race
1795

During this convention, the delegates discussed how to end the slave trade as well as how to end slavery in states like Connecticut.

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Anonymous
1836

A series of letters published in newspapers of the day, discussing the origin of slavery, internal improvements, tariffs, and abolitionist arguments.

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Anonymous
1856

An anonymous Philadelphia Whig argues that Buchanan is a superior canidate in the 1856 elections because he will preserve the Union in the face of the issue of slavery.

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Anonymous
1864

This pamphlet gives accounts of the negative views toward slavery of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Methodist Episcopal Church, Old School Presbyterian Church, Baptist Churches, New School Presbyterian Church, Lutheran Church, United...

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Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women
1837

Arguing that no race is inferior to another, the women of the Anti-Slavery Convention advocate for freedom for slaves and education for slaves and freemen.

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