Correspondence, Volume 2 (Unpublished--To Transcribe)

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Documents that were calendared in Corr. 2 that are now available for transcription in FromThePage.
Charles W. Stuart to Frederick Douglass, January 6, 1855

Charles W. Stuart to Frederick Douglass, January 6, 1855

Charles W. Stuart to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 26 January 1855. Rejects Elizabeth Cady Stanton's statements regarding the Bible and her argument that humans have an "inner feeling" of moral correctness.

2 pages: 100% transcribed, 50% needs review
Charles W. Stuart to Frederick Douglass, March 21, 1854

Charles W. Stuart to Frederick Douglass, March 21, 1854

Charles W. Stuart to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 7 April 1854. Comments on a series of letters between John Mitchel and Henry Ward Beecher; commends free public discourse as one of the nation’s most valuable assets.

3 pages: 100% transcribed, 67% needs review
Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, April 22, 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, April 22, 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass P, 5 May 1854. Reports events in Brooklyn, including a concert given by Madam Miller; comments on an exchange of letters between himself and Fanny Homewood.

3 pages: 100% transcribed, 100% needs review
Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, April 7, 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, April 7, 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass P, 14 April 1854. Describes black high society in Brooklyn, including a party attended by many of the city’s elite.

3 pages: 100% transcribed, 67% needs review
Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, December 20, 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, December 20, 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 4 January 1855. Comments on the literary successes of self-emancipated blacks; argues that blacks striving for literary achievements are not aping whites.

5 pages: 100% transcribed, 20% needs review
Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, January 20, 1855

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, January 20, 1855

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 26 January 1855. Reports the news from Brooklyn and New York.

3 pages: 100% transcribed, 100% needs review
Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, May 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, May 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass P, 9 June 1854. Condemns the Fugitive Slave Law and the Kansas-Nebraska Bill; argues for a strong stance on both.

2 pages: 100% transcribed, 100% needs review
Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, September 16, 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, September 16, 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 22 September 1854. Argues for separate schools for blacks in Brooklyn; bemoans the lack of letters from Communipaw [James McCune Smith], Observer [James N. Still], and others.

3 pages: 100% transcribed, 67% needs review
Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, September 23, 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass, September 23, 1854

Ethiop [William J. Wilson] to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 29 September 1854. Calls on black ministers to take more responsibility in their communities; compares the problems in schools to those of the church.

3 pages: 100% transcribed, 33% needs review
George T. Downing to Frederick Douglass, December 6, 1854

George T. Downing to Frederick Douglass, December 6, 1854

George T. Downing to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 22 December 1854. Reproves the colonizationist sentiments of Uncle Tom's Cabin; praises Mary Hayden Green Pike's novel Ida May; criticizes Myrtilla Miner's school at Washington, D. C. for supporting colonization.

3 pages: 100% transcribed, 100% needs review
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