Abolitionists Remember: Antislavery Autobiographies & the Unfinished Work of Emancipation

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CHRONOLOGY OF THE PUBLICATION OF ABOLITIONIST
AUTOBIOGRAPHIES AND ANNIVERSARY PROCEEDINGS
1869Samuel J. May, Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict
1872William Still, The Underground Rail Road John Quincy Adams, Narrative of the Life of John Quincy Adams, When in Slavery, and Now as a Freeman
1873William Webb, The History of William Webb, Composed by Himself
1875Centennial Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage: and for Improving the Condition of the African Race
1879North Into Freedom: The Autobiography of John Malvin, Free Negro, 1795–1880
1880Levi Coffin, Reminiscences Jane Grey Swisshelm, Half A Century
1881Frederick Douglass, Life and Times of Frederick Douglass Written by Himself Laura Haviland, A Woman’s Life-Work: Labors and Experiences of Laura S. Haviland
1883Parker Pillsbury, Acts of the Anti-Slavery Apostles
1884Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Organization of the American Anti-Slavery Society in Philadelphia George Julian, Political Recollections, 1840 to 1872
1887Henry B. Stanton, Random Recollections
1890Calvin Fairbank, During Slavery Times: How He “Fought the Good Fight” to Prepare “The Way”
1891Elizabeth Buffum Chace, Anti-Slavery Reminiscences Lucy N. Colman, Reminiscences
1892Frederick Douglass, Life and Times of Frederick Douglass

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