William Lloyd Garrison

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An Address: Delivered Before the Free People of Color, in Philadelphia, New York, and Other Cities, During the Month of June, 1831 (speech) 1831

An Address on the Progress of the Abolition Cause: Delivered before the African Abolition Freehold Society of Boston, July 16, 1832 (speech) 1832

Thoughts on African Colonization (pamphlet) 1832

Address Delivered in Boston, New-York and Philadelphia: Before the Free People of Color, in April, 1833 (speech) 1833

*A Brief Sketch of the Trial of William Lloyd Garrison for an Alleged Libel on Francis Todd, of Newburyport, Massachusetts (nonfiction) 1834

The Maryland Scheme of Expatriation Examined. By a Friend of Liberty (nonfiction) 1834

An Address Delivered at the Broadway Tabernacle, N.Y., August 1, 1838. By Request of the People of Color of the City, in Commemoration of the Complete Emancipation of 600,000 Slaves on That Day, in the British West Indies … (speech) 1838

An Address Delivered in Marlboro Chapel, Boston, July 4, 1838 (speech) 1838

An Address, Delivered Before the Old Colony Anti-Slavery Society, at South Scituate, Mass., July 4, 1839 (speech) 1839

Sonnets and Other Poems (poetry) 1843

American Slavery. Address on the Subject of American Slavery, and the Progress of the Cause of Freedom throughout the World. Delivered in National Hall, Holborn, on Wednesday Evening, September 2, 1846 (speech) 1846

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison. Read at the Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society (speech) 1851

Selections from the Writings and Speeches of William Lloyd Garrison (nonfiction and speeches) 1852

Principles and Mode of Action of the American Anti-Slavery Society: A Speech (speech) 1853

No Compromise with Slavery: An Address Delivered to the Broadway Tabernacle, New York, February 14, 1854 (speech) 1854

West India Emancipation. A Speech by Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Delivered at Abington, Mass., on the First Day of August, 1854 (speech) 1854

“No Fetters in the Bay State!” Speech of Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Before the Committee on Federal Relations, in Support of Petitions Asking for a Law to Prevent the Recapture of Fugitive Slaves, Thursday, Feb. 24, 1859 … (speech) 1859

A Fresh Catalogue of Southern Outrages upon Northern Citizens (nonfiction) 1860

The “Infidelity” of Abolitionism (speech) 1860

The New “Reign of Terror” in the Slaveholding States, for 1859-1860 (nonfiction) 1860

The Abolition of Slavery: The Right of the Government under the War Power (nonfiction) 1861

The Loyalty and Devotion of Colored Americans in the Revolution and War of 1812 (nonfiction) 1861

The Spirit of the South Towards Northern Freedmen and Soldiers Defending the American Flag Against Traitors of the Deepest Dye (nonfiction) 1861

The Abolitionists and Their Relation to the War: A Lecture by William Lloyd Garrison, Delivered at the Cooper Institute, New York, January 14, 1862 (speech) 1862

Southern Hatred of the American Government, the People of the North, and Free Institutions (nonfiction) 1862

Fillmore and Sumner. A Letter from William Lloyd Garrison (nonfiction) 1874

Helen Eliza Garrison, A Memorial (biography) 1876

The Philosophy of the Single Tax Movement (nonfiction) 1895

The Nature of a Republican Form of Government (nonfiction) 1900

The Words of Garrison, A Centennial Selection (1805-1905) (nonfiction and speeches) 1905

Garrison's First Anti-Slavery Address in Boston. Address at Park Street Church, Boston, July 4, 1829 (speech) 1907

William Lloyd Garrison on Non-resistance, together with a Personal Sketch by His Daughter, Fanny Garrison Villard, and a Tribute by Leo Tolstoi (nonfiction) 1924

The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison. 6 vols. (letters) 1971-81

William Lloyd Garrison and the Fight against Slavery: Selections from the Liberator (journalism) 1995

*This work was circulated in pamphlet form in 1830.

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