Lift Every Voice: African American Oratory, 1787-1900

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INDEX OF SPEECHES BY AUTHOR
Adams, Reverend E. J.: "These Are Revolutionary Times" ( March 19, 1867), 460
Allen, Richard: "Eulogy for Washington" ( December 29, 1799), 56
Allen, William G.: "Orators and Oratory" ( June 22, 1852), 229
Barnett, Ferdinand L.: "Race Unity" ( May 9, 1879), 603
Bertonneau, Arnold: "Every Man Should Stand Equal Before the Law" ( April 12, 1864), 428
Bryant, Reverend M. Edward: "How Shall We Get Our Rights?" ( December 4, 1887), 676
Brown, Edward Everett: "Importance of Race Pride" ( March 5, 1888), 680
Brown, Reverend D. P.: "The State of the Country from a Black Man's Point of View" ( August 1899), 890
Brown, William Wells: "Under the Stars and Stripes" ( November 4, 1847), 210; "I Have No Constitution, and No Country'' ( September 27, 1849), 213
Bruce, Blanche K.: "Redeem the Indian" ( April 17, 1880), 607
Bruce, John E.: "Reasons Why the Colored American Should Go to Africa" ( October 1877), 586; "Organized Resistance Is Our Best Remedy" ( October 5, 1889), 707
Bustill, Cyrus: "I Speak to Those Who Are in Slavery" ( September 18, 1787), 20
Campbell, Reverend J. P.: "Give Us Equal Pay and We Will Go to War" ( February 29, 1864), 426
Cardozo, Francis L.: "Break Up the Plantation System" ( January 14, 1868), 469
Cary, Mary Ann Shadd: "The Right of Women to Vote" (c. January 1872), 514; "Break Every Yoke and Let the Oppressed Go Free" ( April 6, 1858), 318
Clark, Peter H.: "Socialism: The Remedy for the Evils of Society" ( July 2, 1877), 580
Cook, Mary V.: "Woman's Place in the Work of the Denomination" ( August 26, 1887), 663
Cooper, Anna Julia: "Women's Cause Is One and Universal" ( May 18, 1893), 772
Crogman, William H.: "Negro Education-- Its Helps and Hindrances" ( July 16, 1884), 623
Crummell, Alexander: "The Destined Superiority of the Negro" ( November 1877), 589; "The Attitude of the American Mind toward the Negro Intellect" ( December 28, 1897), 846
Davidson, Olivia A.: "How Shall We Make the Women of Our Race Stronger?" ( April 21, 1886), 645
Davis, Samuel H.: "We Must Assert Our Rightful Claims and Plead Our Own Cause" ( August 15, 1843), 194
Delany, Martin Robinson: "The Moral and Social Aspect of Africa" ( 1863), 389; "Advice to Ex-Slaves" ( July 1865), 445
Douglas, H. Ford: "I Do Not Believe in the Antislavery of Abraham Lincoln" ( July 4, 1860), 340
Douglass, Frederick: "What, to the Slave, Is the Fourth of July?" ( July 5, 1852), 246; "If There Is No Struggle There Is No Progress" ( August 3, 1857), 308; "A Plea for Free Speech" ( December 10, 1860), 354; "The Mission of the War" ( January 13, 1864), 410; "Composite Nation" ( December 7, 1869), 488; "Oration in Memory of Abraham Lincoln" ( April 14, 1876), 567; "Woman Suffrage'' ( April 1888), 687; "I Denounce the So-Called Emancipation as a Stupendous Fraud" ( April 16, 1888), 693
Douglass, Sarah M.: "The Cause of the Slave Became My Own" ( June 1832), 121
Du Bois, W. E. B.: "To the Nations of the World" ( July 25, 1900), 905
Elliott, Robert Browne: "The Civil Rights Bill" ( January 6, 1874), 520
Ferrell, Frank J.: "Introduction of Master Workman Powderly" ( October 3, 1886), 652
Forten, James, Jr.: "Put On the Armour of Righteousness" ( April 14, 1836), 158
Fortune, T. Thomas: "The Present Rela-

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