Galena Missouri Lawyer CapeLinks Web William Wells Brown, ca. 18141884. Narrative of William W. Brown, an AmericanSlave new window No Frame 1815-1884. Slaves Missouri Biography. http://www.capelinks.com/web/GALENA Missouri lawyer.html
Untitled Document Brown, William Wells, 18151884. The Negro in the American rebellion, his heroismand his fidelity, By William Wells Brown Boston, Lee Shepard, 1867. http://clarke.cmich.edu/civilwar/cwpublished/afroameric.htm
Extractions: In the Clarke Historical Library Afro-Americans Ayers, James T., 1805-1865. The diary of James T. Ayers, Civil War recruiter; ed., with an introd., by John Franklin. Springfield, Printed by authority of the State of Illinois, 1947. Brignano, Russell C. (Russell Carl), 1935- Black Americans in autobiography : an annotated bibliography of autobiographies and autobiographical books written since the Civil War / Russell C. Brignano. Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 1984. Includes indexes. Ferris, Jeri. Walking the road to freedom : a story about Sojourner Truth / by Jeri Ferris ; illustrations by Peter E. Hanson. Minneapolis : Carolrhoda Books, c1988. Gutman, Herbert George, 1928- The Black family in slavery and freedom, 1750-1925 / Herbert G. Gutman. New York : Pantheon Books, c1976. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Gutman, Herbert George, 1928- The Black family in slavery and freedom, 1750-1925 / Herbert G. Gutman. New York : Vintage Books, 1977, c1976. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Haywood, Atticus G. (Atticus Greene), 1839-1896. Our brothrt in black: his freedom and his future. Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press 1970 [c1881].
Extractions: Northampton, MA Abstract: This collection primarily documents abolitionist activism. Materials include correspondence; addresses; essays; sermons; deeds from the sales of female slaves; photographs of emancipated slaves; and numerous articles on the escaped slave William Wells Brown. A substantial portion of the collection documents abolitionist John Brown and his descendents. Other individuals represented in the collection include Jonathon Edwards, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, members of the Garrison family, Angelina Grimke, Daniel Webster, Emma Willard, Maria Weston Chapman, and Henry B. Blackwell. Also represented are various anti-slavery societies. Terms of Access and Use: Included in the collection are records of the Providence (R.I.) Anti-Slavery Society, 1833-43; the proceedings of the Anti-slavery Convention of American Women in Philadelphia in 1838; the eighth annual report of the Boston Female Anti-slavery Society from 1841; Jonathan Edwards's 1791 sermon "The Injustice and Impolicy of the Slave Trade and the Slavery of the Africans"; deeds from the sales of female slaves from 1820 and 1858; photographs of emancipated slaves; and numerous articles by W. Edward Farrison on the escaped slave William Wells Brown.
Clotel, Or, The President's Daughter African American families. Fiction. Classics. Literature Classics / Criticism.Brown, William Wells, 1815-1884. Jefferson, Thomas,. Other related products. http://biologybooks.net/0142437727.html
Extractions: Home Search High Volume Orders Links ... Laboratory Manuals Additional Subjects Extraordinary Pheasants Mark L. Winston Fiction Adult Jill Development - Business Development Performance ... Chemical Engineering Dynamics: Modelling with PC Simulation, 2nd Edition Written by William Wells Brown M. Giulia Fabi Customer Reviews This book is essential reading for any student of African American literature. The birth of real African American literary tradition dates from 1863 when Wm. Wells Brown wrote "Clotel," the story of the hardships of a mulatto family. The book is available free in e-text form from Project Gutenberg. http://www.gutenberg.net/etext/2046 Look for related books on other categories Relations with women African American families Fiction Classics ... Jefferson, Thomas, Other related products Still didn't find what you want? Try Amazon search Search: All Products Books Magazines Popular Music Classical Music Video DVD Baby Electronics Software Outdoor Living Wireless Phones Keywords: Or try to look for at Fetch Used Books, at
William Hung Index %NUMBER% http//bigrikcouk.brinkster.net/news/will.asp William Wells Brown, 18151884.The American Fugitive in Europe. Sketches of Places and People Abroad. http://www.william-hung.send-laughs.com/1/american-biography-hung-idol-william.h
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Extractions: BEAUTY - Art of William S. Hung 's paintings By Chen Chuanxi The Confucianists in ancient China belittled arts. Confucius said, "Now that I am not appreciated by the state, I have to acquire some ... ... And this ideal has transcended the limit of realism and can never be reached by ... An American critic commented in Manhattan Arts, "Artist William Shih-Chieh Hung is a masterful ...
Search Over 1,000 Civil War Links Narrative of William W. Brown, an American Slave. William Wells Brown, 18151884.http//docsouth.unc.edu/Brownw/menu.html. Nineteenth Century Documents Project. http://www.civil-war.net/searchlinks.asp?searchlinks=Abolition & Slavery
University Of Canterbury Library Catalogue by Brown, William Wells, 18151884. , Levine, Robert S. (Robert Steven), 1953-.c2000. 20. The Josephine Baker story. by Wood, Ean. 2000. 21. Snake circle. http://ipac.canterbury.ac.nz/ipac20/ipac.jsp?profile=a&npp=30&index=.sw&term=afr
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William Wells Brown William Wells Brown, 18151884. Narrative of William W. Brown, an AmericanSlave. Title William Wells Brown, 1815-1884. Narrative http://www.jochenbast.de/links/literature/minorities/african/brown.htm
Extractions: Content: This site contains an online version of Brown's slave narrative. Another site contains The Black Man: His Antecedents, His Genius, and His Achievements and a speech by Brown at the Lecture Hall, Croydon, England. Please tell me about any dead links and mistakes or recommend a site: deadlink@ mistakes@ recommendasite@ American Studies on the Internet Author: Jochen Bast
Index Brockden (17711810) Memoirs of Carwin, the Biloquist Wieland, or TheTransformation Brown, William Wells (1815-1884) Clotelle or The http://www.eshunet.com/list1/en3000/titles/index-b.htm
The Black Think Tank William Wells Brown. Born a slave, William Wells Brown (18151884) escaped to freedomand became the first African American to publish a novel or a play. http://groups.msn.com/TheBlackThinkTank/didyouknow.msnw
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OPRFHS Library Acquisitions November 2001 305.5 BRO Brown, William Wells, 18151884. The narrative of WilliamW. Brown, a fugitive slave. New York Dover Publications, 2003. http://oprfhs.org/division/library/libacq/libacq0104.html
Early 19th Cent.American William Wells Brown (18151884) Clotelle @ Carnegie-Mellon Narrative of William W.Brown, an American Slave @ Documenting the American South The Negro in the http://www.colorado.edu/English/amlit/e19c.html
Extractions: American Literature This web page contains links to websites for the time period encompassing the early nineteenth century in American Literature. The page is divided into two sections: General Resources and Authors and their Works. Within the category of authors and their works, you will find an alphabetical listing by author; listed under the authors' names you will find web pages devoted to the individual authors (author pages), online texts, and criticism and reviews when available. If you are unable to find a particular author that you believe should be on this page, check either the Late Nineteenth Century or Colonial to 1800 pages. In addition, this website includes Modern American Literature and Contemporary American Literature , as well as, an overview of American Literary Resources available on the Internet. You can also return to the table of contents for The Archive General Resources American Authors A Celebration of Women Writers: 1801 - 1900 The Daguerreian Society - galleries of 19th century Daguerreotype photos. Documenting The American South Materials on Slavery From the UNC-CH Collections - an extensive collection of slave narratives.
African American Literature PS508 N3 B75 1969; The Negro in American fiction.PS374 N4 B7 1968; TheNegro in Washington. F574 D4 H3. Brown, William Wells, 18151884. http://www.bluefieldstate.edu/library/afamb.htm
Extractions: Bailey, Pearl, 1918-1990. Baker, Augusta, 1911- Baker, Houston A., 1943- Baldwin, James, 1924-1987 The amen corner : a play. Another country. Blues for Mister Charlie. (CC) The devil finds work : an essay. (CC) A dialogue [by] James Baldwin [and] Nikki Giovanni. (CC) The evidence of things not seen. The fire next time. Giovanni's room : a novel. Go tell it on the mountain. Going to meet the man. (CC) If Beale Street could talk. Just above my head. (CC) No name in the street. (CC) Nobody knows my name; more notes of a native son. Notes of a native son. (CC)
Missouri Historical Society Here you can learn more about William Wells Brown (18151884) and ElizabethHobbs Keckley (1818-1907), who both worked as slaves in St. Louis. http://www.mohistory.org/content/Exhibitions/AAHistoryPg1.aspx
Extractions: The Seeking St.Louis exhibition consists of two galleries. In Currents , 1764-1904 (Upper Level), you will encounter the stories of people who built St. Louis amid powerful currents of change. In Reflections , 1904-2000 (Upper Level), you will learn the stories of people who reshaped the city into a complex metropolitan region. In both of these galleries, you can explore St. Louisans' responses to three basic challenges - challenges we continue to face today: With this guide,you can explore the ways that African Americans in St. Louis have responded to these challenges. You'll also see how their history affects our lives today.
What Is A "White Nigger" Anyway? William Wells Brown 18151884, Clotelle (1864) In this novel , the term whitenigger is used to describe the daughter of generations of slave concubines, ie http://hnn.us/articles/1220.html
Extractions: Mr. Todd is a graduate student in history at West Virginia University. There has been a more or less considerable furor over Sen. Robert Byrd's (D-WV) usage of the term "white nigger." Everyone seems to think that they know what this means. But do they? Before one can decide if the words are offensive, one must first know what they mean. Mary Mostert, at Banner of Liberty, thinks Byrd meant "poor white trash" in general, and Bill Clinton in particular. However, this has a somewhat dubious fit to the context. I should like to explore an alternative possibility. The term "white nigger" is a marking, or qualification, of "nigger," a means of describing a group which resembles "niggers" in some respects but not in others. There seem to be two major bodies of early usage: 1) a white person who is conspicuously exploited. and 2) a member of the concubine class, intermediate between black and white.(3) This latter usage is characteristic of the slaveholding plantation regions, and is probably not directly relevant to West Virginia.
Extractions: Sawyer Library, Suffolk University Below is a selected list of subjects, such as biographies and historical events, covered within the Collection of African American Literature. Each of these links leads directly into the Sawyer Library Online Catalog. There is a separate list for literary topics within the Collection of African American Literature. Searches for specific authors, titles, or key words not listed here may be done through Archer, the Suffolk University Online Catalog