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ENGL 3231: Early African American Literature: Rare Books

Rare Books

The Rare Book Collection can be found in the Special Collections Department on the 10th floor of the Library. The collection contains rare and unique published works focused in American and British Literature, Children's Literature, and regional history as well as a broad range of other topics.

Rare Books for ENGL 3231

Phillis Wheatley. Poems on various subjects religious and moral (1773). PS866 .W5 1773 

Phillis Wheatley. Poems on comic, serious, and moral subjects (1787). PS866 .W5 1787

 Poems and letters: first collection edition, by Phillis Wheatley; Charles F. Heartman; Arthur Alfonso Schomburg
Rare PS866 W5 1915

Poems on various subjects, religious and moral by Phillis Wheatley; Archibald Bell; Cox and Berry
Rare PS866 W5 1773

Douglass, Frederick et al. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. . Boston:: Published by Anti-Slavery Office, No. 25 Cornhill, 1845. Print. E449 .D746

Horton, George Moses, and Horton, George Moses. Poems by a Slave. Philadelphia, 1837. Print. PS1999.H473 P6 1837

Morton, Thomas et al. The Slave : a Musical Drama . 2d ed., with additional songs. London: Printed for John Miller by B. McMillan, 1818. Print. PR1271 .O6 vol. 2

Randolph, Peter, Earle, James H., and Randolph, Peter. From Slave Cabin to the Pulpit : the Autobiography of Rev. Peter Randolph: The Southern Question Illustrated and Sketches of Slave Life. Boston: James H. Earle, publisher, 178 Washington Street, 1893. Print. E443 .R19

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