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 contains journals and archaeological and historical materials of Dr. David Sherwood Kellogg.
This collection contains manuscripts, including handwritten copies of regimental histories and individual personal histories of Orange County soldiers who fought in the Civil War.
The collection contains correspondence, recipes, diaries, business records and manumissions.
This collection contains an index of Family Bibles.
A collection of the noted abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator, dating from the mid-19th century and Civil War era.
This collection contains photographs of when the Little Falls Public Library was a residence and competitions for the Little Falls Camera Club, and other materials relating to Little Falls.
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.
This collection contains documents created by or received by Schenectady County soldiers in the course of their service during the American Civil War, 1861-1865.
This collection comprises a series of unmailed Civil War-era patriotic envelopes or covers that was presented to Union College by John M. Pearson. The patriotic covers featured in this collection primarily depict themes supporting the Northern or Union cause.
This collection includes correspondence, an autograph book, legal documents and photographs from the Westinghouse Family from 1833-1913.