The Resource Biographical sketches and interesting anecdotes of persons of color : to which is added, a selection of pieces in poetry, compiled by A. Mott

Biographical sketches and interesting anecdotes of persons of color : to which is added, a selection of pieces in poetry, compiled by A. Mott

Label
Biographical sketches and interesting anecdotes of persons of color : to which is added, a selection of pieces in poetry
Title
Biographical sketches and interesting anecdotes of persons of color
Title remainder
to which is added, a selection of pieces in poetry
Statement of responsibility
compiled by A. Mott
Contributor
Compiler
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
NjRocCCS
Index
no index present
LC call number
E185.96
LC item number
.B52 1837
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1766-1851
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Mott, Abigail
Series statement
HeinOnline slavery in America and the world: history, culture & law
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  • African Americans
  • Slavery
Target audience
specialized
Label
Biographical sketches and interesting anecdotes of persons of color : to which is added, a selection of pieces in poetry, compiled by A. Mott
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Publication
Distribution
Note
©2017 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. Biographical sketches: Francis Williams -- Jasmin Thomaszeau -- Ingatius Sancho -- Attoba Cugoano -- A short account of Phillis Wheatley -- Poor Sarah -- Alice, the Negro -- The generous Negro -- A short account of the life of Capt. Paul Cuffee -- Solomon Bayley -- An account of his daughter Margaret -- Solomon Bayley's night thoughts -- Clarinda -- Naimbana -- Margaret Ann Crutchfield -- Memoir of John Williams' remarkable affliction -- Zilpah Montjoy -- Belinda Lucas -- Gustavus Vassa -- Toussaint L'Ouverture -- History of Billy and Jenny -- Cornelius -- Life of Simon Wilhelm -- Some account of Lucy Cardwell -- Rebecca Jackson -- Jehudi Ashmun -- Stephen Kiah -- Sarah Draper -- Lott Carey. Part II. Interesting anecdotes: Ebedmeleck's kindness -- The good master and his faithful slave -- Ezekiel Coston -- An anecdote -- The coloured foundling -- Louis Desrouleux -- The grateful Negro -- The faithful Negress -- Coffin -- Job Ben Solomon -- Anthony William Amo -- Beronicius -- James Derham -- The sweep and the tomb stones -- Benjamin Banneker -- Anecdote of two Negroes in France -- Uncle Harry -- Two petitions -- Cully's description of George Washington at the time of his marriage -- Colored population in Philadelphia -- Free people of color -- Colored people of Cincinnati -- The happy Negro -- The hospitable Negro woman -- Emancipation in the West Indies -- Genuine gratitude in a liberated slave -- Important project -- Northern and Southern states contrasted -- Encouraging facts -- A colored infant school -- Irrouba -- Belinda -- An extract of a letter from S.G. -- Negro slave -- Agnes Morris -- Illustration of the effects of slavery on the hearts of those who enforce its cruelties -- Maryland trade -- Stephen Dutton -- "Man does not feel for man" -- Speculation -- Liberality -- The Negro martyr -- The African chief -- The African boy -- The slave-taker -- The two boys -- The little Bostonian -- Extraordinary exertions to obtain liberty -- Abraham -- John Mosely -- Nancy Pitchford -- William Bowen -- Epitaph of a colored person -- Copy of a letter from Solomon Bayley to Daniel Cooledge -- Gratitude of a slave -- Anthony Benezet -- Thomas Shipley -- Shelter of colored orphans in Philadelphia -- Extracts of Governor Ritner's message -- An affecting story -- Sarah Hoar -- Slave trade -- Blessed feelings from an act of justice -- Extraordinary munificence -- Kidnapping -- Temptation resisted and honesty rewarded -- Anecdotes of two Indians from Dyllwin's Reflections -- The good old Indian -- The faith of a poor blind woman -- African schools in New-York -- Letters from Hayti by a late female pupil of the N.Y. African school -- Extracts of letters from Charles W. Fisher of Baltimore -- New-York African school for boys -- Snow storm -- Quashi -- Exhortation of a Mexican Indian to his son. -- The injured Africans -- Termination of slavery in the state of New-York -- A valedictory address by a scholar of the New-York African School. Part III. Pieces in poetry: The morning dream -- Real sorrows, a sketch from life -- Lines by A.A. while travelling in Virginia -- Lines by Ezra Darby -- The first psalm -- Lines written on reviewing the condition of Afric's sable children -- On African slavery -- Night, by Montgomery -- The present moment, by the same -- Verses written by the late Divie Bethune -- Lines supposed to be written by an African prince -- The little chimney sweeper -- Susan and Jack -- Recollections of childhood from an English paper -- The orphans -- Difference of color -- Washington City prison -- The Negro's complaint
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Second edition, much enlarged.
Extent
1 online resource (iv, 260 pages).
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
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unknown
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computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Biographical sketches and interesting anecdotes of persons of color : to which is added, a selection of pieces in poetry, compiled by A. Mott
Publication
Distribution
Note
©2017 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. Biographical sketches: Francis Williams -- Jasmin Thomaszeau -- Ingatius Sancho -- Attoba Cugoano -- A short account of Phillis Wheatley -- Poor Sarah -- Alice, the Negro -- The generous Negro -- A short account of the life of Capt. Paul Cuffee -- Solomon Bayley -- An account of his daughter Margaret -- Solomon Bayley's night thoughts -- Clarinda -- Naimbana -- Margaret Ann Crutchfield -- Memoir of John Williams' remarkable affliction -- Zilpah Montjoy -- Belinda Lucas -- Gustavus Vassa -- Toussaint L'Ouverture -- History of Billy and Jenny -- Cornelius -- Life of Simon Wilhelm -- Some account of Lucy Cardwell -- Rebecca Jackson -- Jehudi Ashmun -- Stephen Kiah -- Sarah Draper -- Lott Carey. Part II. Interesting anecdotes: Ebedmeleck's kindness -- The good master and his faithful slave -- Ezekiel Coston -- An anecdote -- The coloured foundling -- Louis Desrouleux -- The grateful Negro -- The faithful Negress -- Coffin -- Job Ben Solomon -- Anthony William Amo -- Beronicius -- James Derham -- The sweep and the tomb stones -- Benjamin Banneker -- Anecdote of two Negroes in France -- Uncle Harry -- Two petitions -- Cully's description of George Washington at the time of his marriage -- Colored population in Philadelphia -- Free people of color -- Colored people of Cincinnati -- The happy Negro -- The hospitable Negro woman -- Emancipation in the West Indies -- Genuine gratitude in a liberated slave -- Important project -- Northern and Southern states contrasted -- Encouraging facts -- A colored infant school -- Irrouba -- Belinda -- An extract of a letter from S.G. -- Negro slave -- Agnes Morris -- Illustration of the effects of slavery on the hearts of those who enforce its cruelties -- Maryland trade -- Stephen Dutton -- "Man does not feel for man" -- Speculation -- Liberality -- The Negro martyr -- The African chief -- The African boy -- The slave-taker -- The two boys -- The little Bostonian -- Extraordinary exertions to obtain liberty -- Abraham -- John Mosely -- Nancy Pitchford -- William Bowen -- Epitaph of a colored person -- Copy of a letter from Solomon Bayley to Daniel Cooledge -- Gratitude of a slave -- Anthony Benezet -- Thomas Shipley -- Shelter of colored orphans in Philadelphia -- Extracts of Governor Ritner's message -- An affecting story -- Sarah Hoar -- Slave trade -- Blessed feelings from an act of justice -- Extraordinary munificence -- Kidnapping -- Temptation resisted and honesty rewarded -- Anecdotes of two Indians from Dyllwin's Reflections -- The good old Indian -- The faith of a poor blind woman -- African schools in New-York -- Letters from Hayti by a late female pupil of the N.Y. African school -- Extracts of letters from Charles W. Fisher of Baltimore -- New-York African school for boys -- Snow storm -- Quashi -- Exhortation of a Mexican Indian to his son. -- The injured Africans -- Termination of slavery in the state of New-York -- A valedictory address by a scholar of the New-York African School. Part III. Pieces in poetry: The morning dream -- Real sorrows, a sketch from life -- Lines by A.A. while travelling in Virginia -- Lines by Ezra Darby -- The first psalm -- Lines written on reviewing the condition of Afric's sable children -- On African slavery -- Night, by Montgomery -- The present moment, by the same -- Verses written by the late Divie Bethune -- Lines supposed to be written by an African prince -- The little chimney sweeper -- Susan and Jack -- Recollections of childhood from an English paper -- The orphans -- Difference of color -- Washington City prison -- The Negro's complaint
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Second edition, much enlarged.
Extent
1 online resource (iv, 260 pages).
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote

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