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Austria (Austria) (search for this): chapter 190
The Women of Asia and Africa. Vol. II. The Women of Europe, America, and South Sea Islands. An Appeal in Behalf of that Class of Americans called Africans. Boston, 1833. 12vo. The Oasis. Boston, 1834. 16vo. contents.-- Child, Mrs. L. M. Brief Memoir of Wilberforce; How to effect Emancipation; Malem Boo; Illustration of Prejudice; Joanna; I thank my God for my Humility; Safe Mode of Operation; Scipio Africanus; The Hottentots; Conversation with Colonizationists; Knowledge in Austria; Voices from the South; Scale of Complexions; Dangers of Emancipation; Knowledge in the United States; Old Scip; Derivation of Negro; Opinions of Travellers; Jamaica Mobs. Follen, Mrs., Remember the slave; The runaway slave. Child, D. L. Henry Diaz; Three Colored Republics of Guiana; Judicial Decisions in Slave States. Whittier, J. G. The Slave Ships. Whittier, E. H. The Slave Trader. Bradley, J. History of J. B,, by Himself. may, Rev. S. J. Miss Crandall's School. Flor
Newburyport (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 190
lonization Society.-Alexander Vasselin.-Cornelius of St. Croix.-Ruins of Egyptian Thebes.-History of Thomas Jenkins.--A Negro Hunt.--An Anti-Slavery Catechism. Newburyport, 1836. 12vo. The Evils of Slavery and the Curse of Slavery. The first proved by the opinions of Southerners themselves; the last shown by historical evidence. Newburyport, 1836. 12vo. Philothea: a Romance. Boston, 1836. 12vo. The Family Nurse. Boston, 1837. 12vo. Authentic Narratives of American Slavery. Newburyport, 1838. 12vo. Rose Marian. Adapted from the German. 1839. The Preaching of Whitefield. (In Boston Book, 1841.) The Anti-Slavery Almanac. New York, 1Newburyport, 1838. 12vo. Rose Marian. Adapted from the German. 1839. The Preaching of Whitefield. (In Boston Book, 1841.) The Anti-Slavery Almanac. New York, 1843. 16vo. Letters from New York. First Series. New York, 1843. 12vo. Flowers for Children. First and Second Series. 1844. Letters from New York. Second Series. New York, 1845. 12vo. Fact and Fiction. 1846. Flowers for Children. Third Series. 1846. Isaac T. Hopper; a True Life. Boston, 1853. 12vo. New Flow
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 190
Flowers for Children. Third Series. 1846. Isaac T. Hopper; a True Life. Boston, 1853. 12vo. New Flowers for Children. 1855. The Progress of Religious Ideas through Successive Ages. New York, 1855. 3 vols. 8vo. Autumnal Leaves: Tales and Sketches in Prose and Rhyme. New York, 1856. 16vo. Correspondence between L. M. Child and Gov. Wise and Mrs. Mason (of Virginia). Boston, 1860. 12vo. The Duty of Disobedience to the Fugitive Slave Act. An Appeal to the Legislators of Massachusetts. Boston, 1860. 12vo. (Anti-Slavery Tracts, No. 9.) The Patriarchal Institution, described by Members of its own Family. New York, 1860. 12vo. The Right Way the Safe Way, proved by Emancipation in the West Indies and elsewhere. New York, 1860. 12vo. The Freedmen's Book. Boston, 1865. 16vo. A Romance of the Republic. Boston, 1867. 12vo. Looking towards Sunset. From Sources Old and New, Original and Selected. Boston, 1868. 8vo. An Appeal for the Indians. New York
New England (United States) (search for this): chapter 190
List of Mrs. Child's works, with the date of their first publication as far as ascertained. Hobomok: a Tale of Early Times. Boston, 1824. 12°. Evenings in New England. Intended for Juvenile Amusement and Instruction. Boston, 1824. The Rebels; or, Boston before the Revolution. Boston, 1825. 12vo. The Juvenile Miscellany. 1826-1834. The Juvenile Souvenir. Boston. 1828. 10vo. The First Settlers of New England; or, Conquest of the Pequods, Narragansetts, and Pokanokets. AsNew England; or, Conquest of the Pequods, Narragansetts, and Pokanokets. As related by a mother to her children. Boston, 1829. The (American) Frugal Housewife. Boston, 1829. 12vo. The Mother's Book. Boston, 1831. 12vo. The Girl's Own Book. Boston, 1831. 12vo. The Coronal; a Collection of Miscellaneous Pieces, Written at Various Times. Boston, 1831. 18vo. The ladies' family Library. Vol. I. Biographies of Lady Russell and Madame Guion. Boston, 1882. 12vo. Vol. II. Biographies of Madame de Staiel and Madame Roland. Boston, 1832. 12vo. Vol.
Huntingdon, Pa. (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): chapter 190
Vol. I. Biographies of Lady Russell and Madame Guion. Boston, 1882. 12vo. Vol. II. Biographies of Madame de Staiel and Madame Roland. Boston, 1832. 12vo. Vol. III. Biographies of Good Wives. Boston, 1833. 12vo. contents. Lady Ackland. Queen Anna. Arria, Wife of Poetus. Lady Biron. Mrs. Blackwell. Calphurnia. Chelonis. Lady Collinwood. Countess of Dorset. Queen Eleanor Eponina. Lady Fanshawe. Mrs. Fletcher. Mrs. Grotius. Mrs. Howard. Mrs. Huter. Countess of Huntingdon. Mr. Hutchinson. Lady Arabella Johnson. Mrs. Judson. Mrs. Klopstock. Mrs. Lavater. Mrs. Lavalette. Mrs. Luther. Queen Mary. Countess of Nithsdale. Mrs. Oberlin. Panthea. Baroness Reidesel. Mrs. Reiske. Mrs. Ross. Mrs. Schiller. Countess Segur. Spurzheim. Sybella. Baruess Vondier Mart. Mrs. West. Mrs. Wieland. Mrs. Winthrop. Vol. IV.-V. History of the Condition of Women in Various Ages and Nations. Boston, 1835. 2 vols. 16vo. Vol. I. The Women of Asia and Afric
United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 190
n Appeal in Behalf of that Class of Americans called Africans. Boston, 1833. 12vo. The Oasis. Boston, 1834. 16vo. contents.-- Child, Mrs. L. M. Brief Memoir of Wilberforce; How to effect Emancipation; Malem Boo; Illustration of Prejudice; Joanna; I thank my God for my Humility; Safe Mode of Operation; Scipio Africanus; The Hottentots; Conversation with Colonizationists; Knowledge in Austria; Voices from the South; Scale of Complexions; Dangers of Emancipation; Knowledge in the United States; Old Scip; Derivation of Negro; Opinions of Travellers; Jamaica Mobs. Follen, Mrs., Remember the slave; The runaway slave. Child, D. L. Henry Diaz; Three Colored Republics of Guiana; Judicial Decisions in Slave States. Whittier, J. G. The Slave Ships. Whittier, E. H. The Slave Trader. Bradley, J. History of J. B,, by Himself. may, Rev. S. J. Miss Crandall's School. Florence. The Infant Abolitionist. Gould, H. F. The Land of the Free.-English Protest against the Co
West Indies (search for this): chapter 190
ren. 1855. The Progress of Religious Ideas through Successive Ages. New York, 1855. 3 vols. 8vo. Autumnal Leaves: Tales and Sketches in Prose and Rhyme. New York, 1856. 16vo. Correspondence between L. M. Child and Gov. Wise and Mrs. Mason (of Virginia). Boston, 1860. 12vo. The Duty of Disobedience to the Fugitive Slave Act. An Appeal to the Legislators of Massachusetts. Boston, 1860. 12vo. (Anti-Slavery Tracts, No. 9.) The Patriarchal Institution, described by Members of its own Family. New York, 1860. 12vo. The Right Way the Safe Way, proved by Emancipation in the West Indies and elsewhere. New York, 1860. 12vo. The Freedmen's Book. Boston, 1865. 16vo. A Romance of the Republic. Boston, 1867. 12vo. Looking towards Sunset. From Sources Old and New, Original and Selected. Boston, 1868. 8vo. An Appeal for the Indians. New York (1868?). 12vo. Aspirations of the World. A Chain of Opals. With an Introduction by L. M. Child. Boston, 1878. 16vo.
effect Emancipation; Malem Boo; Illustration of Prejudice; Joanna; I thank my God for my Humility; Safe Mode of Operation; Scipio Africanus; The Hottentots; Conversation with Colonizationists; Knowledge in Austria; Voices from the South; Scale of Complexions; Dangers of Emancipation; Knowledge in the United States; Old Scip; Derivation of Negro; Opinions of Travellers; Jamaica Mobs. Follen, Mrs., Remember the slave; The runaway slave. Child, D. L. Henry Diaz; Three Colored Republics of Guiana; Judicial Decisions in Slave States. Whittier, J. G. The Slave Ships. Whittier, E. H. The Slave Trader. Bradley, J. History of J. B,, by Himself. may, Rev. S. J. Miss Crandall's School. Florence. The Infant Abolitionist. Gould, H. F. The Land of the Free.-English Protest against the Colonization Society.-Alexander Vasselin.-Cornelius of St. Croix.-Ruins of Egyptian Thebes.-History of Thomas Jenkins.--A Negro Hunt.--An Anti-Slavery Catechism. Newburyport, 1836. 12vo. The
Florence, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 190
tria; Voices from the South; Scale of Complexions; Dangers of Emancipation; Knowledge in the United States; Old Scip; Derivation of Negro; Opinions of Travellers; Jamaica Mobs. Follen, Mrs., Remember the slave; The runaway slave. Child, D. L. Henry Diaz; Three Colored Republics of Guiana; Judicial Decisions in Slave States. Whittier, J. G. The Slave Ships. Whittier, E. H. The Slave Trader. Bradley, J. History of J. B,, by Himself. may, Rev. S. J. Miss Crandall's School. Florence. The Infant Abolitionist. Gould, H. F. The Land of the Free.-English Protest against the Colonization Society.-Alexander Vasselin.-Cornelius of St. Croix.-Ruins of Egyptian Thebes.-History of Thomas Jenkins.--A Negro Hunt.--An Anti-Slavery Catechism. Newburyport, 1836. 12vo. The Evils of Slavery and the Curse of Slavery. The first proved by the opinions of Southerners themselves; the last shown by historical evidence. Newburyport, 1836. 12vo. Philothea: a Romance. Boston, 1836.
S. J. Miss Crandall (search for this): chapter 190
nizationists; Knowledge in Austria; Voices from the South; Scale of Complexions; Dangers of Emancipation; Knowledge in the United States; Old Scip; Derivation of Negro; Opinions of Travellers; Jamaica Mobs. Follen, Mrs., Remember the slave; The runaway slave. Child, D. L. Henry Diaz; Three Colored Republics of Guiana; Judicial Decisions in Slave States. Whittier, J. G. The Slave Ships. Whittier, E. H. The Slave Trader. Bradley, J. History of J. B,, by Himself. may, Rev. S. J. Miss Crandall's School. Florence. The Infant Abolitionist. Gould, H. F. The Land of the Free.-English Protest against the Colonization Society.-Alexander Vasselin.-Cornelius of St. Croix.-Ruins of Egyptian Thebes.-History of Thomas Jenkins.--A Negro Hunt.--An Anti-Slavery Catechism. Newburyport, 1836. 12vo. The Evils of Slavery and the Curse of Slavery. The first proved by the opinions of Southerners themselves; the last shown by historical evidence. Newburyport, 1836. 12vo. Philot
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