The Resource A letter on "Uncle Tom's cabin.", By the author of "Friends in council," &c

A letter on "Uncle Tom's cabin.", By the author of "Friends in council," &c

Label
A letter on "Uncle Tom's cabin."
Title
A letter on "Uncle Tom's cabin."
Statement of responsibility
By the author of "Friends in council," &c
Title variation
Pamphlets. Slavery 1850-60.Vol.III ;
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1813-1875
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Helps, Arthur
Index
no index present
LC call number
E449
LC item number
.S8937
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Stowe, Harriet Beecher
  • Uncle Tom (Fictitious character)
  • Slavery in literature
Label
A letter on "Uncle Tom's cabin.", By the author of "Friends in council," &c
Link
https://archive.org/details/letteronuncletom1852help
Instantiates
Publication
Extent
1 online resource (29 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Bound volume contains: 1. Letter of Commodore Stockton on the slavery question / by Robert Field Stockton. -- 2. Speech...delivered at the anti-slavery meeting, Broadmead, Bristol, Sept.4th, 1851 / by George Thompson. -- 3. Some views of freedom and slavery... / by Richard De Charms. -- 4. Speech... in the county convention at Syracuse, October 14, 1851 / by Samuel J. May. -- 5. A letter on "Uncle Tom's Cabin" / by the author of "Friends in Council". -- 6. Slavery in the southern states / by Carolinian. -- 7. Slavery in the southern states / by Edward J. Pringle. -- 8. Report of the Twentieth National Anti-Slavery Bazaar. -- 9. Plain statement addressed to all honest democrats / by one of the people. -- 10. (Removed to XH.A856.H47P) -- 11. The "manifest destiny" of the American Union. -- 12. A few remarks upon "Four papers from the Boston Courier"... . -- 13. The Natick Resolution; or resistance to slaveholders... / by Henry C. Wright.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
A letter on "Uncle Tom's cabin.", By the author of "Friends in council," &c
Link
https://archive.org/details/letteronuncletom1852help
Publication
Extent
1 online resource (29 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Bound volume contains: 1. Letter of Commodore Stockton on the slavery question / by Robert Field Stockton. -- 2. Speech...delivered at the anti-slavery meeting, Broadmead, Bristol, Sept.4th, 1851 / by George Thompson. -- 3. Some views of freedom and slavery... / by Richard De Charms. -- 4. Speech... in the county convention at Syracuse, October 14, 1851 / by Samuel J. May. -- 5. A letter on "Uncle Tom's Cabin" / by the author of "Friends in Council". -- 6. Slavery in the southern states / by Carolinian. -- 7. Slavery in the southern states / by Edward J. Pringle. -- 8. Report of the Twentieth National Anti-Slavery Bazaar. -- 9. Plain statement addressed to all honest democrats / by one of the people. -- 10. (Removed to XH.A856.H47P) -- 11. The "manifest destiny" of the American Union. -- 12. A few remarks upon "Four papers from the Boston Courier"... . -- 13. The Natick Resolution; or resistance to slaveholders... / by Henry C. Wright.
Specific material designation
remote

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