Periodicals

If you know the name of the author you are seeking please select the first letter of the last name from the list of letters below:

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African Americanews. Detroit, MI: Museum of African American History. Lib. has: v. 7: no.1 (Spring/Summer 1996); v. 8: no.1 (Spring 1997)-v. 8: no. 4 (Dec. 1997); v. 10: no.1 (Winter 1998)-v. 10: no.4 (Fall 1998).

The African Repository and Colonial Journal. Published by the American Colonization Society. Washington City: Way & Gideon, 1825-1850. Lib. has: Aug.1828; Feb.1829; Mar.-Dec. 1832; Jan., Feb. 1833; Jan., Mar., Apr.-Jun. 1836; Jan.-Nov. 1837; Jan.-Jul., Sep., Oct., Dec. 1838; Jan.-Mar. 1839; Jan., Feb., Dec. 1841; Jan., Aug., Oct., Nov. 1842; Jan.-May, Jul.-Sep., Nov., Dec.1843; Jan.-Dec. 1844; Jan.-Mar., May-Nov. 1845; Jan.-Nov. 1846; Apr.-May 1847; May-Jun., Dec. 1848; Feb., Jun., Dec. 1849.
Clarke Period. E448 .A25

The African Repository. Washington: American Colonization Society, 1850-1892.
Lib. has: Nov.1852; Aug., Dec.1853; Aug.1854; Mar., Apr., Jun., Sep.1855; Apr.-Jul., Nov.1857; Feb.1858; Jan.-May, Jul., Nov. 1867; Jan.1879; Jul. 1880; Oct.1889.
Clarke Period. E448 .A25

The American and Foreign Anti-slavery Reporter. New York: American and Foreign Anti- Slavery Society. Lib. has v. 2, no. 5 (July 1845) -- v. 2, no. 7 (Oct. 1845).
Clarke Period. E449 .A517

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The Black Position. Detroit, MI: Broadside Press. Lib. has: v. 1-4 (1971-1973, 1976).

Brownson's Quarterly Review. Boston, MA: Benjamin H. Greene, 1844-1875. Lib. has: July 1851. Editor:1856-, O. A. Brownson.
BX7233.P38 T5

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City Magazine. Detroit, MI: City Publishing Incorporated. Lib. has: v. 1: no. 2 (Oct. 1986); v. 1: no. 6 (Jan. 1987)-v. 2: no. 10 (Aug. 1988).
Clarke Period. E185.93.M5 C57

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Garvey's Voice. Publication of the Universal Negro Improvement Association. Detroit, MI: Nathanial Patton, O'Brien Bristol, Naomi Williams, 1953. Lib. has: Oct. 1953.

The Grand Rapids Times. Grand Rapids, MI: John Bankston. Lib. has: 1970: Dec. 31-1992: June 11 (scattered issues missing).
Clarke Microforms AG-82.5

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Klanwatch Intelligence Report. Montgomery, AL: The Southern Poverty Law Center.
Lib. has: no. 59 (Feb. 1992)-no. 66 (Apr. 1993); no. 69 (Oct. 1993)-no. 89 (Winter 1998); latest received: Fall 2002 107.

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The Liberator. (Newspaper of abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison.) Boston, MA: W. L. Garrison and I. Knapp, 1831-1865. Lib. has: 1856-1865.

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Quarterly Anti-slavery Magazine. Publication of the American Anti-Slavery Society. Editor: 1835--Elizur Wright. New York: The Society, 1835--. Lib. has: v. 1: no. 1 (Oct. 1835)-v. 2: no.8 (Jul. 1837); (ceased with vol. 2 in July 1837?).

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Signal of Liberty. Publication of the Michigan State Anti-slavery Society. Ann Arbor, MI: N. Sullivan, 1841-1848. Lib. has: 1846: Mar. 23, May 23.
Clarke Newspaper F574.A68 S53x

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Voice of the Fugitive and Canadian Independent. (Newspaper of expatriate abolitionist Henry Bibb.) Windsor, Ontario: 1854. Lib. has: v. 4: no. 20 (1854: Aug. 23). "This journal is independent of party or sect, and shall be devoted to human liberty, mental culture and progressive reforms" --masthead.
Clarke Newspaper E450 .V64x

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Wilmot Proviso. Free Soil campaign paper. "Published every Saturday until the March election..." Concord, NH: Frank Barr. Lib. has v. 1: no. 12 (1848: Mar. 11).
Clarke Newspaper JK2336.A8

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