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Footnotes to "Abolitionist Literature and Black Education"

1 Sickels to Daniel Gold, Winchester, Virginia, July 15, 1828, Willian Sickels Collection, Indiana Division, Indiana State Library.

2 Thomas Berryman to Nelson Berryman, February 7, 1862, Nelson Berryman Collection, Indiana Historical Society Library.

3 Victor B. Howard, "Sectionalism, Slavery and Education: New Albany, Indiana, Versus Danville, Kentucky," Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 68 (1970), 292-93.


5 MacMaster to Rev. Dr. Leyburn, August 6, 1857, MacMaster Collection, Indiana Historical Society Library.

6 Paxton Hibben, Henry Ward Beecher: An American Portrait (New York, 1927), 23-25, 33, 51.

7 Indianapolis News, February 22, 1884, clipping in J. P. Dunn Day Book, Jacob Dunn, Jr., Collection, Indiana Historical Society Library.

8 Minutes of the Indiana Annual Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1850-1855; History of the First Methodist Church, Wabash, Indiana. Compiled by Fletcher Asbury Payne for the 50th Anniversary of the Present Sanctuary February 19, 1950, both in DePauw University Archives, Greencastle.

9 George Pattison to George Julian, December 4, 1852, in George Julian Collection, Indiana Division, Indiana State Library.

10 R. M. Barnes and W. W. Snyder, Historic Sketches of the M. E Church in Madison Ind. (Madison, 1903), 94- 101.

11 "Resolutions on Slavery. Northern Indiana Conference," undated clipping in Kirkpatrick Family Scrapbook, 15, Indiana Division, Indiana State Library.

12 "Slavery Agitation," in First Half Century From Madison Baptist Association A Discourse Delivered at Hebron Church Jefferson County, Indiana September 5, 1883 by C. E. W. Dobbs (Indianapolis, 1883), 22, 23, in Jefferson County Library, Madison. See also William T. Stott, Indiana Baptist History, 1798-1908 (Franklin, Ind., 1908).

13 William Knibb quoted in an article by George K. Jenkins in The Non-Slaveholder, 4 (1st Month, 1849), 13.

14 Charles Osborn's positions and views are described in Walter Edgerton, A History of the Separation in Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends, 30-68. See also Ruth Anna Ketring, Charles Osborn in the Anti-Slavery Movement (Columbus, Ohio, 1937).

15 Edgerton, History of the Separation, 35.

16 Ibid., Introduction, 9.

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