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Henry Highland Garnet is buried at Palm Grove Cemetery, Monrovia, Liberia.

Henry Highland Garnet is buried at Palm Grove Cemetery, Monrovia, Liberia.

Speech Praising the Charity of Women Working to Abolish Slavery (1838)

Speech of Henry H. Garnet Before the American Anti-Slavery Society (1840)

Speech in Support of the Liberty Party of Massachusetts (1842)

Address to the Slaves of the U.S. (1843, 1848)

Speech Regarding the Oppression of Slavery (1845)

Speech Regarding the Silent Sanctioning of Slavery by the North (1847)

Speech Calling For an End to Slavery (1847)

The Past and the Present Condition, and the Destiny, of the Colored Race (1848)

Sermon Regarding Brotherly Love and Honoring God (1848)

Speech Opposing Frederick Douglass and Charles Lenox Remond (1849)

August 31, 1849 Letter from Henry Highland Garnet to Frederick Douglass (1849)

Speech in Honor of Gerrit Smith (1849)

Speech in England Regarding the Suffering of American Slaves (1850)

Speech in England Encouraging the Consumption of Free-Labour Products (1850)

Speech Expressing Thanks for Kindness Received in England and Germany (1850)

Plea For the Bondsman (1850)

Speech in England on Slave Labour Products (1850)

Speech in Scotland Regarding the Fugitive Slave Law (1850)

Brief Speech on the Fugitive Slave Law (1851)

Speech in Belfast Against the Fugitive Slave Law (1851)

Brief Speech Outlining the Conditions of Slavery (1851)

Speech Denouncing the Fugitive Slave Law (1851)

Speech Regarding the Negative Impact of American Slavery (1851)

Speech Opposing the Fugitive Slave Law and the Participation of the Church in Support of Slavery (1851)

Speech in England Condemning American Slavery (1851)

The Sham Freedom of America (1851)

1859 Speech Supporting African Colonization (1859)

Speech Regarding the Participation of the Church in Slavery (1859)

Speech on the Death of John Brown (1859)

Speech Denouncing Charles “Pat” O’Conor (1860)

Speech in Support of the African Civilization Society (1860)

Speech in Support of the African Aid Society (1861)

Speech Rejoicing that Slavery Was No Longer National, But Sectional (1862)

Speech Celebrating the End of Slavery in Washington, DC (1862)

Speech on Violence Against Free Persons of Color (1862)

Sermon on the Present War (1862)

Speech Regarding the Emancipation Proclamation (1863)

Speech Encouraging African American Men in New York to Enlist in the Army (1863)

Speech in Support of Equal Rights in the Military (1863)

Speech Defending the African Civilization Society (1864)

Speech Celebrating the Emancipation of Maryland (1864)

A Memorial Discourse in the Hall of Representatives (1865)

Equal Suffrage: Address From the Colored Citizens of Norfolk, VA., to the People of the United States (1865)

Brief Overview of Speech Eulogizing President Lincoln (1865)


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The Liberator  (May 22, 1840) [speech begins on page 2]

The Liberator (May 22, 1840) [speech begins on page 2]

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