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African American Newspapers: The 19th Century (Accessible Archives)

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African American Newspapers: The 19th Century (Accessible Archives)
Includes the complete text of major 19th century African American newspapers such as The Christian Recorder (1861-1902), Freedom's Journal (1827-1829), The North Star (1847-1851), and Frederick Douglass' Paper (1851-1863).


Pages that contain this Resource

Africana Studies
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Early American Republic
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English
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History
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Humanities
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Race, Ethnicity & Politics
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Slavery in the Modern World
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Teetotalers to Transcendentalists: A History of Nineteenth-Century Reform
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