Gamaliel Bailey and Antislavery Union

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Bibliography
Manuscripts Cited
Charles Francis Adams Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society
J. Frank Aldrich Papers, Chicago Historical Society
American Missionary Association Archives, Dillard University
Antislavery Papers, Boston Public Library
Antislavery Papers, Cornell University
Autograph File, Houghton Library, Harvard University
Nathaniel P. Banks Papers, Library of Congress
James G. Birney Papers, Clements Library, University of Michigan
Moses A. Cartland Papers, Houghton Library, Harvard University
Salmon P. Chase Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Salmon P. Chase Papers, Library of Congress
Thomas Corwin Papers, Library of Congress
Mary Abigail Dodge Papers, Library of Congress
Theodore Foster Papers, Michigan Historical Collections, University of Michigan
Benjamin B. French Papers, Library of Congress
William Lloyd Garrison Papers, Boston Public Library
Joshua R. Giddings Papers, Ohio Historical Society
Giddings-Julian Papers, Library of Congress
Daniel R. Goodloe Papers, Southern Collection, University of North Carolina
Rufus Griswold Papers, Boston Public Library
John P. Hale Papers, New Hampshire Historical Society
William Jay Papers, Columbia University
Jay Family Papers, Columbia University
John McLean Papers, Library of Congress
John McLean Papers, Ohio Historical Society
Horace Mann Papers, Houghton Library, Harvard University
Stanley Matthews Papers, Rutherford B. Hayes Library
Palfrey Family Papers, Houghton Library, Harvard University
Pickard-Whittier Papers, Houghton Library, Harvard University
James S. Pike Papers, Calais Free Library
Records of Interments, Cemetery of Spring Grove, Cincinnati
William H. Seward Papers, University of Rochester
Gerrit Smith Papers, Syracuse University
Thaddeus Stevens Papers, Library of Congress
Charles Sumner Papers, Houghton Library, Harvard University
Lewis Tappan Papers, Library of Congress
Lyman Trumbull Papers, Library of Congress
Amos Tuck Papers, New Hampshire Historical Society

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