James William Charles Pennington (1807-1870)

Biography (Presbyterian Historical Society)

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An Address Delivered at Newark, N.J. at the First Anniversary of West India Emancipation (1839)

A Text Book of the Origin and History of the Colored People (1841)

Covenants Involving Moral Wrong Are Not Obligatory Upon Man: A Sermon (1842)

Speech Regarding African Colonization (1843)

Speech in England Regarding Suffrage (1843)

Speech Protesting British Idea For Africans to Immigrate to the West Indies (1843)

Speech Given Before the Leeds Anti-Slavery Society in England (1843)

Speech Celebrating the Anniversary of British West Indies Emancipation (1843)

Speech Contrasting the Doctrines of Christianity and the Doctrines of War (1843)

Speech Regarding Prejudice Among Christian Churches (1843)

Speech Regarding the Impact of Slavery on Universal Peace (1844)

A Two Years’ Absence, or, A Farewell Sermon, Preached in the Fifth Congregational Church (1845)

Speech Regarding the Intent of the African Colonization Society (1849)

Brief Speech Regarding Peace (1849)

Speech in Edinburgh Regarding the Injustice of American Slavery (1850)

A Lecture Delivered Before the Glasgow Young Men’s Christian Association (1850)

Speech Regarding Contentment Among Slaves (1850)

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

The Fugitive Blacksmith; or, Events in the History of James W.C. Pennington, Pastor of a Presbyterian Church, New York, Formerly a Slave in the State of Maryland, United States (1850)

Speech Regarding the Fugitive Slave Law (1851)

Speech Opposing the African Colonization Society (1852)

Call For a Colored National Convention (1853)

October 15, 1855 Letter to the Colored National Convention (1855)

Sermon Denouncing ‘Free Love’ Without Marriage (1855)

The Government of God: A Sermon (1856)

The Reasonableness of the Abolition of Slavery at the South, a Legitimate Inference From the Success of British Emancipation: An Address (1856)

New England Compared with Old England on the Question of Human Rights (1859)

Speech Given in Montreal Refuting the Claim that Slaves Were Content in Bondage (1862)

The Position and Duties of the Colored People (1864)


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