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Collection Reference Number GLC06116
From Archive Folder Documents Relating to the 1880s 
Title Address by Hon. Frederick Douglass, delivered in the Congregational Church, Washington, D.C., April 16, 1883 : on the twenty-first anniversary of emancipation, in the District of Columbia.
Date 16 April 1883
Author Douglass, Frederick (1818-1895)  
Document Type Pamphlet
Content Description "What Abraham Lincoln said in respect of the United States is as true of the colored people as of the relations of those States. They cannot remain half slave and half free. You must give them all or take from them all. Until this half-and-half condition is ended, there will be just ground of complaint... Until the colored man's pathway to the American ballot box, North and South, shall be as smooth and safe as the same is for the white citizen, this discussion will go on..." Bound in a light blue cover.
Subjects African American Author  African American History  President  Religion  Reconstruction  Suffrage  Civil Rights  Reform Movement  
People Douglass, Frederick (1818-1895)  Lincoln, Abraham (1809-1865)  
Place written Washington, D.C.
Theme African Americans; Government & Politics; Reconstruction
Sub-collection The Gilder Lehrman Collection, 1860-1945
Copyright The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Module Civil War, Reconstruction and the Modern Era: 1860-1945