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May, Samuel
May, Samuel J.
May, Samuel J. (American reformer and abolitionist, 1797-1871)
May, Samuel Joseph
Samuel J. May
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Davis, Paulina W. (1813-1876)
First Congregational Church (New Bedford, Mass.)
National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection (Library of Congress)
Peace Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Phillips, Wendell (1811-1884)
Stone, Lucy (1818-1893)
Susan B. Anthony Collection (Library of Congress)
Syracuse, N.Y. Convention on the fugitive slave law, 1851. [from old catalog]
Tuckerman, Joseph (1778-1840)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Address delivered before the am[eric]an peace society in park street church, boston. may 28, 1860
brief account of his ministry, A : given in a discourse : preached to the Church of the Messiah, in Syracuse, N. Y., September 15, 1867
Discourse on slavery in the united states delivered in brooklyn, july 3, 1831
distinctive character and claims of Christianity: A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Orville Dewey, pastor of the First Congregational Church in New-Bedford, December 17, 1823. ..., The
Memorial of the quarter-centennial celebration of the establishment of normal schools in America, held at Framingham, July 1, 1864.
On redemption by Jesus Christ
right of colored people to education, vindicated, The : letters to Andrew T. Judson, esq. and others in Canterbury, remonstrating with them on their unjust and unjustifiable procedure relative to Miss Crandall and her school for colored females
Rights and condition of women considered in "the church of the messiah," november 8, 1846
Samuel J. May correspondence
sermon, preacher at Hingham, March 19, 1837; being the Sunday after the death of Mrs. Cecilia Brooks., A
Some recollections of our antislavery conflict
Speech of Rev. Samuel J. May, to the convention of citizens, of Onondaga County, in Syracuse
What do Unitarians believe?
Woman's rights commensurate with her capacities and obligations a series of tracts, comprising sixteen articles: essays, addresses, or letters of the prominent advocates of woman's larger sphere of action.