Footnotes to "Confrontation and Violence"

1 Douglass, Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, 230.

2 Thornbrough, The Negro in Indiana, 129n.

3 William A. White to William Lloyd Garrison in The Liberator, October 13, 1843, and Muncie Morning Star, January 16, 1911, clipping in William A. White Collection, Indiana Division, Indiana State Library.

4 Ibid.

5 Douglass, Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, 230-31.

6 Ibid., 231.

7 Ibid.; undated newspaper article "When Fred Douglass Came to Town," in Josie Hunt Wiley Brower Collection, Indiana Division, Indiana State Library.

8 Sojourner Truth, Narrative of Sojourner Truth . . . (Battle Creek, Mich., 1881), 136-39.

9 See, for example, "Petition of Wayne County Residents" proposing to amend the federal Constitution by abolishing slavery, Isaac and Benjamin Beeson Collection, Indiana Division, Indiana State Library.

10 Gayle Thornbrough, ed., Messages and Papers relating to the Administration of Samuel Bigger, Governor of Indiana, 1840-1843 (Indianapolis, 1964), 197n.

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