Bibliography of the Genesee Region, 1790 to 1990: Results

Entry Number Author Title
3018 “Myron Holley, Abolitionist.”
3019 “Origins of Abolitionist Movement.”
3033 Souvenir and Program of the Unveiling and Dedication of the Douglass Monument.
3024 BOWMAN, PATRICIA G. "Frederick Douglass: Fourth of July Oration, 1852."
5579 BURKE, RONALD K. “The Anti-Slavery Activities of Samuel Ringgold Ward in New York.”
3010 COLMAN, LUCY N. Reminiscences.
3025 DOUGLASS, FREDERICK. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. Written by Himself.
3026 DOUGLASS, FREDERICK. Oration, Delivered in Corinthian Hall, Rochester, by Frederick Douglass, July 5th, 1852 ...
5580 FIELD, PHYLLIS F. The Politics of Race in New York: The Struggle for Black Suffrage in the Civil War Era.
3011 HANMER-CROUGHTON, AMY. “Anti-Slavery Days in Rochester.”
3012 HERRICK, J.P. “Story of a Noble Life: Rev. Calvin Fairbank and His Work for the Slaves.”
3013 HUFTELEN, ELIJAH. The Underground Railroad.
5581 JONSON, George W. “A Journey to Arcade by Buffalo Abolitionist, 1844,” ed. Harry S. Douglas. "
3014 McCANNE, LEE, and others. A Path to Freedom: One Underground Railroad Route in Monroe County.
3015 McGUIRE, HORACE. “Two Episodes of Anti-Slavery Days.”
3028 McKELVEY, BLAKE. Frederick Douglass Picks Rochester as Headquarters for His Fight against Slavery.
3027 McMASTER, RICHARD K. "He Left His Impress upon History ... Rose Out of Slavery to Lead His People through Fiery Epoch."
3016 MYERS, JOHN L. “The Beginnings of Anti-Slavery Agencies in New York State, 1833-1836.”
3017 MYERS, JOHN L. “The Major Effort of National Anti-Slavery Agents in New York State, 1836-1837.”
3029 PALMER, ERWIN. "A Partnership in the Abolition Movement."
3030 QUARLES, BENJAMIN. "Frederick Douglass and John Brown."
3031 QUARLES, BENJAMIN. Frederick Douglass,
3020 RAPP, MARVIN A. “'Nigger' in the Woodpile.”
3032 RUMBALL, EDWIN A. "From Douglass Triangle to Douglass Park: A New Honor to Rochester's Afro-American Statesman."
3021 SIEBERT, WILBUR H. The Underground Railroad from Slavery to Freedom.
5582 STANKE, MICHAEL J., comp. “New York State Black Abolitionist Bibliography.”
3022 STANLEY, JOHN L. “Majority Tyranny in Tocqueville's America: The Failure of Negro Suffrage in 1846.”
3023 U.S. Historical Records Survey. Calendar of the Gerrit Smith Papers in the Syracuse University Library.
5583 WELLMAN, JUDITH. “Women and Radical Reform in Antebellum Upstate

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