Reprints of Jackson's 1814 Proclamation
Reprints of "To The Free Colored Inhabitants of Louisiana"
Untitled. Niles Weekly Register. Baltimore, 12/3/1814. Print.
Major Arsene Lacarriere Latour. Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana in 1814-15: Appendices. Philadelphia: John Conrad and Co, 1816. Louisiana Anthology, LA Tech, Web.
Minutes and Proceedings of the Second Annual Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Color. Philadelphia: Published by Order of this Convention, Benjamin Paschal, Thomas Butler, and Joseph C. Matthews. Printed by Martin & Boden, 1832.
Garrison, William Lloyd. Thoughts on African Colonization. Boston: Garrison and Knapp, 1832. Print.
"BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1832. CONVENTION OF FREE PEOPLE OF COLOR." The Liberator. Boston, MA. 09/22/1832. Print.
"HIS FIRST PROCLAMATION." The Colored American. New York, New York. 03/04/1837. Print.
Easton, Hosea. A Treatise on the Intellectual Character and Civil and Political Condition of the Colored People of the U. States. Boston, MA: Isaac Knapp, 1837. Print.
Remond, Charles Lenox. "Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen." The Liberator. Boston,MA. 04/27/1838. Print.
Yates, William. Rights of Colored Men to Suffrage, Citizenship, and Trial by Jury. Philadelphia: Merrihew and Gunn, 1838. Print.
New York State Constitutional Convention, 1846. New York: The Evening Atlas, 1846. Print.
Whittier, John Greenleaf. "THE BLACK MEN OF THE REVOLUTION AND WAR OF 1812." The National Era. Washington DC. 07/22/1847.
Delany, Martin R. The Condition, Elevation, Emigration, and Destiny of the Colored People of the United States. 1852. Reprinted Amherst, NY: Humanity Books, 2004. Print.
Nell, William Cooper. Services of Colored Americans in the Wars of 1776 and 1812. Toronto, 1851. Reprinted Philadelphia: AME Publishing House, 1894. Print.
"Address of the Colored National Convention to the People of the United States." The Liberator. Boston, MA. 08/05/1853.
Opinions of the Early Presidents and the Fathers of the Republic upon Slavery. New York: William Cullen Bryant and Co, 1853. Print.
Watkins, William J. "Our Rights as Men. An Address Delivered in Boston Before the Legislative Committee on the Militia, February 24, 1853." 1853. New York: Arno Press, 1969. Print.
Untitled. Frederick Douglass' Paper. Rochester, NY. 07/15/1853. Print.
"FIRST PROCLAMATION. EXTRACTS." Frederick Douglass' Paper. Rochester, NY. 07/15/1853. Print.
Memorial of John Mercer Langston for Colored People of Ohio to General Assembly of the State of Ohio. 1854. The Colored Conventions Project. Web. 07 Sept 2014.
"John Mercer Langston." Frederick Douglass' Paper. Rochetser, NY. 06/16/1854. Print.
Nell, William Cooper. Colored Patriots of the American Revolution. Boston: Robert F. Wallcut, 1855. Print.
A Legal Review of the Case of Dred Scott as Decided by the Supreme Court of the United States. Boston: Crosby, Nichols, and Co, 1857.
Anderson, William J. Life and Narrative of William J. Anderson, Twenty-four Years a Slave; Sold Eight Times! In Jail Sixty Times!! Whipped Three Hundred Times!!! or The Dark Deeds of American Slavery Revealed. Containing Scriptural Views of the Origin of the Black and of the White Man. Also, a Simple and Easy Plan to Abolish Slavery in the United States. Together with an Account of the Services of Colored Men in the Revolutionary War--Day and Date, and Interesting Facts. Chicago: Daily Tribune Book and Job Printing Office, 1857. UNC Doc South, Web.
"GEN. JACKSON ON COLORED CITIZENSHIP." The National Era. Washington DC. 03/26/1857. Print.
"THE DEED SCOTT DECISION." [sic] The Liberator. Bostom, MA. 07/31/1857.
The Monthly Law Review. Ed. John Lowel. Vol XX. Boston: Crosby, Nichols, and Co. New York: John S. Voorhies, 1858. 236. Print.
Watkins, James. Struggles for Freedom, or the Life of James Watkins. 19th Ed. Manchester: Printed for James Watkins, 1860. Print.
Purvis, Robert. Untitled Speech. The American Anti-Slavery Society. Bostom, MA. 05/18/1860. Print.
The Loyalty and Devotion of Colored Americans in the Revolution and War of 1812. Ed. William Lloyd Garrison. (Pamphlet compiles various sources). Boston: R.F. Wallcut, 1861.
"A Case in Point." Bedford inquirer. Bedford, Pa. 15 Nov. 1861. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. Web. 20 Aug. 2014.
"A Case in Point." Pomeroy weekly telegraph. Pomeroy, Ohio. 22 Nov. 1861. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. Web. 20 Aug. 2014.
"A Case in Point." Fremont journal. Fremont, Ohio. 08 Nov. 1861. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. Web. 20 Aug. 2014.
"A Case in Point." The Sydney Morning Herald. Syndey, Australia. 03/05/1862. Print.
Garrison, William Lloyd. "The Abolitionists and their Relations to the War." The Liberator. Bostob, MA. 01/24/1862. Print.
G.B.S. "Use of Slaves." Sacramento Daily Union. Sacramento, California. 08/27/1862. California Digital Newspaper Collection. Web. 15 Aug. 2014.
Pennington, J.W. "Colored Men in the Revolution and in the War of 1812." The Christian Recorder. Philadelphia, PA. 05/10/1862. Print.
Pennington, J.W. "Colored Men in the Revolution and in the War of 1812." The Christian Recorder. Philadelphia, PA. 09/13/1862. Print.
Garrison, William Lloyd. The abolitionists and their relations to the war. New York: E.D. Barker, 1862.
Speech of Hon. W.J. Heacock, of Fulton and Hamilton, in favor of a vigorous prosecution of the war--sustaining the administration in its emancipation policy, and advocating an extensive and general use of the Negro in the army and navy, in assembly, April 6th, 1863. Albany: Weed, Parsons and Co, 1863. Print.
Baird, Henry Carey. General Washington and General Jackson, on negro soldiers. Philadelphia : H.C. Baird, 1863. Print.
Wilson, John G. "Ladies and Gentlemen, Citizens of California and of these United States." The Pacific Appeal. San Francisco. 01/16/1864. Black Abolitionist Archives 23765. Web. UD Mercy.
Proceedings of the Convention of the Colored Men of Ohio, at Xenia, OH. The Colored Conventions Project. 14 October 2014. Web.
Mercer, John Langston. Untitled. Jefferson City, MO Democrat. 12/18/1865. Black Abolitionist Archives 29982. Web. UD Mercy.
Brown, William Wells. The Negro in the American Rebellion. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1867. Print.
Ingersoll, Robert G. Political Speeches of Robert Ingersoll. New York: C.P. Farrell, 1914. Speech given 1868. Print.
"Andrew Jackson and the Negro." Marysville Daily Appeal. Marysville, California. 03/18/1868. California Digital Newspaper Collection. Web. 14 Aug. 2014.
"Andrew Jackson and the Negro." Marysville Daily Appeal. Marysville, California. 12/11/1868. California Digital Newspaper Collection. Web. 14 Aug. 2014.
"General Jacksons' [sic] Proclamation." The Elevator. Ed. Philip A. Bell. San Francisco, California. 12/11/1868. California Digital Newspaper Collection. Web. 14 Aug. 2014.
Brown, William Wells. The Rising Son, or the Antecedents and Advancement of the Colored Race. Boston: A.G. Brown, 1874. Print.
Williams, George Washington. History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880. Vol. 2 (of 2) Negroes as Slaves, as Soldiers, and as Citizens. New York: Putnam, 1883. Internet Archive. Web. 19 Oct. 2014.
Wilson, Joseph T. The Black Phalanx: A History of the Soldiers of the United States in the Wars of 1776-1812,1861-1865. Hartford, CT: American Publishing Co, 1890. Print.
Guthrie, James M. Camp-fires of the Afro-American. Philadelphia: Afro-American Publishing Co, 1899. Print.
Walters, Alexander. My Life and Work. New York: Fleming H. Revell Co, 1917. Print.
Wilkes, Laura E. "Echoes from the Past." The Chicago Defender (National Edition), 03/25/1933. 14. Print.
L. D. Reddick. "The Negro Policy of the United States Army, 1775-1945." The Journal of Negro History Vol. 34, No. 1 (Jan., 1949) (pp. 9-29). Print.
Everett, Donald E. "Emigres and Militiamen: Free Persons of Color in New Orleans, 1803-1815." The Journal of Negro History. Vol. 38, No. 4 (Oct., 1953), pp. 377-402. Print.