How Did Women's Antislavery Fiction Contribute to Debates about
Gender, Slavery, and Abolition, 1828-1856?

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Document 1A: S., "Theresa,--A Haytien Tale," Freedom's Journal, 18 January 1828

Document 1B: S., "Theresa,--A Haytien Tale," Freedom's Journal, 25 January 1828

Document 1C: S., "Theresa,--A Haytien Tale," Freedom's Journal, 8 February 1828

Document 1D: S., "Theresa,--A Haytien Tale," Freedom's Journal, 15 February 1828

Document 2: Margaret [Elizabeth Margaret Chandler], "The Harmans," Genius of Universal Emancipation, 13 November 1829

Document 3A: U. I. E., "The Family Circle.--No. I," Liberator, 22 January 1831

Document 3B: U. I. E., "The Family Circle.--No. IV," Liberator, 19 February 1831

Document 4: Margaret [Elizabeth Margaret Chandler], "The Tears of Woman. An Allegory," Genius of Universal Emancipation, February 1831

Document 5: E. M. C. [Elizabeth Margaret Chandler], "Edward and Mary," Liberator, 21 May 1831

Document 6A: "Aunt Margery's Talk with the Young Folks. First Evening," Liberator, 21 April 1832

Document 6B: "Aunt Margery's Talk with the Young Folks. Second Evening," Liberator, 28 April 1832

Document 7: Sophanisba [Sarah Mapps Douglass], "Ella. A Sketch," Liberator, 4 August 1832

Document 8A: Bera, "Dialogue.--No. I," Liberator, 25 August 1832

Document 8B: Bera, "Dialogue.--No. II," Liberator, 15 September 1832

Document 9: Zillah [Sarah Mapps Douglass], "A Dialogue Between A Mother and Her Children," Liberator, 1 September 1832

Document 10: Agnes [Elizabeth Margaret Chandler], "Tea-Table Talk. Helen and Maria," Genius of Universal Emancipation, November 1832

Document 11: Lydia Maria Child, "Mary French and Susan Easton," Juvenile Miscellany, May/June 1834

Document 12: Lydia Maria Child, "Malem-Boo," 1834

Document 13: "Maria," Liberator, 26 May 1837

Document 14: Lydia Maria Child, "The Quadroons," The Liberty Bell, 1 January 1842

Document 15: Lydia Maria Child, "Slavery's Pleasant Homes. A Faithful Sketch," The Liberty Bell, 1 January 1843

Document 16: Eliza Lee Follen, "The Melancholy Boy," The Liberty Bell, 1 January 1844

Document 17: Frances H. Green, "The Slave-Wife," Liberty Chimes, 1845

Document 18: E. L. F. [Eliza Lee Follen], "The Cranberry Pasture," Child's Friend and Family Magazine, August 1846

Document 19: Caroline W. Healey Dall, "Annie Gray. A Tale," The Liberty Bell, 1 January 1848

Document 20: Caroline W. Healey Dall, "Amy. A Tale," The Liberty Bell, 1 January 1849

Document 21: Caroline W. Healey Dall, "Pictures of Southern Life, for the Drawing Rooms of American Women," The Liberty Bell, 1 January 1851

Document 22: Anne P. Adams, "Christine," Autographs for Freedom, 1854

Document 23A: Mary Irving, "Mirth and Melancholy. Chapter I," National Era, 10 May 1855

Document 23B: Mary Irving, "Mirth and Melancholy. Chapter II," National Era, 17 May 1855

Document 23C: Mary Irving, "Mirth and Melancholy. Chapter III," National Era, 24 May 1855

Document 23D: Mary Irving, "Mirth and Melancholy. Chapter IV," National Era, 31 May 1855

Document 23E: Mary Irving, "Mirth and Melancholy. Chapter V," National Era, 7 June 1855

Document 23F: Mary Irving, "Mirth and Melancholy. Chapter VI," National Era, 14 June 1855

Document 24: Lydia Maria Child, "The Kansas Emigrants," Autumnal Leaves, 1857

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