Slaves -- Emancipation -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains the records of the American Negro Emancipation Centennial Authority (ANECA). Included are newsletters, flyers, programs, press releases, church bulletins, and clippings relating to the Authority’s work and the Emancipation Proclamation Luncheon in Indianapolis, Indiana in December of 1962, and the Century of Negro Progress Exposition in Indianapolis during October, 1963. The clippings also contain articles on African American civil rights and related events. Also...
Collection — Folder S2223
Scope and Contents This collection includes the complete meeting minutes of the Elk Monthly Meeting of Anti-Slavery Friends in Wayne County from its inception in 1843 to its conclusion in 1852. Minutes discuss group leadership, logistics, community outreach, and absolution from slavery--such as not consuming produce from slave labor.
Scope and Contents This collection contains both personal and business records of Isaac W. Beeson and Benjamin B. Beeson. There are many receipts, account sheets, and order forms and invoices for the business parts of the collection. The personal portions of the collection contain information in the form of letters, organizational meeting minutes and notes, as well as essays written by Isaac and Benjamin about different issues of their time. Prevalent throughout the collection is information about the...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the writings of John TenBrook Campbell. They include a family history, papers relating to Temperance and Emancipation, poems, theology, reports, surveys, and other miscellaneous topics. Included in the collection are personal correspondence, news-clippings, manuscripts sent to editors, and a photograph of John T. Campbell.