Materials documenting the City of Buffalo and Niagara Frontier in 1825.
A collection of the African Repository and Colonial Journal which was published in 1837 by the American Colonization Society.
An 1843 publication by the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society relating to the abolishment of slavery.
Selected issues of the abolitionist newspaper, The Anti-Slavery Record, published in 1836.
This collection includes historical narratives, deeds, a map, and a photograph documenting the Brothertown tribe's presence in Oneida County and their subsequent migration to Wisconsin.
Selected issues of the Christian Investigator, an anti-slavery publication, created by abolitionist William Goodell in the mid-19th century.
The Douglass' Monthly is a newspaper created by Frederick Douglass, following the success of his earlier weekly publications. The newspaper relates to the abolitionist movement as well as other social reform topics.
This collection includes correspondence and documents relating to Welsh immigrant Dr. Daniel Roberts and his decendents.
Selected issues of the abolitionist newspaper, The Emancipator, from 1838 through 1839.
A collection of the mid-19th century anti-slavery newspaper, the Frederick Douglass' Paper, a successor to Douglass’ first abolitionist paper, The North Star.
Documents and artifacts related to enslaved people and African American servants at Cherry Hill, a historic house located on South Pearl Street in Albany, New York, United States.
Photographs and documents from the mid-1800s to early-1900s, relating to African American life and history in Central New York.
A collection of the noted abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator, dating from the mid-19th century and Civil War era.
The Medieval and Early Modern Studies Collection includes manuscript leaves, manuscripts, printed book leaves, and books produced mainly in Europe from about 1200 to 1837.
Selected issues of the newspaper, National Anti-Slavery Standard, which promoted equality and emancipation during the mid-19th century.
An issue of the National Freedman, an anti-slavery publication, from 1865.
The abolitionist newspaper, New National Era, was published by Frederick Douglass in Washington, D.C. between 1870 and 1874.
Collection of intake records from the closed International Institute in Niagara Falls, NY
A collection of the anti-slavery newspaper, The North Star, published by noted abolitionist Frederick Douglass in the mid-19th century.
This collection contains documents relating to the resettlement of displaced persons in the Twin Tiers following World War II.
The Polish Heritage Collection contains several documents, photographs, scrapbooks, a “Golden Book,” and memorabilia from Utica’s Polish Community.
A collection of the Radical Abolitionist newspaper published by the Central Abolition Committee during the mid-19th century.
This collection includes items belonging to the Reher family as well as artifacts that were recovered during an archeological dig near their building.
Photographs and documents relating to the Jewish refugees at the Fort Ontario Emergency Refugee Shelter or "Safe Haven" during World War II.