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- An address to the negroes in the state of New-York.
- Contributor Names
- Hammon, Jupiter, 1711-approximately 1800.
- Created / Published
- New York; Published by Samuel Wood, No. 362 Pearl-street. 1806.
- Subject Headings
- - African Americans--Religion
- - Slavery--United States
- - First published: New York, Printed by Carroll and Patterson, 1787.
- - LAC ael 2019-04-11 update (1 card)
- - LAC rwp 2019-04-18 review
- - LC Review of LAC Completed/Approved 2019-04-25
- 22 p. 17 cm.
- Call Number/Physical Location
- E185.7 .H3 1806
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- Online Format
- First published: New York, Printed by Carroll and Patterson, 1787. LAC ael 2019-04-11 update (1 card) LAC rwp 2019-04-18 review LC Review of LAC Completed/Approved 2019-04-25
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Chicago citation style:
Hammon, Jupiter, Approximately 1800. An address to the negroes in the state of New-York. New York; Published by Samuel Wood, No. 362 Pearl-street, 1806. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/24015736/.
APA citation style:
Hammon, J. (1806) An address to the negroes in the state of New-York. New York; Published by Samuel Wood, No. 362 Pearl-street. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/24015736/.
MLA citation style:
Hammon, Jupiter, Approximately 1800. An address to the negroes in the state of New-York. New York; Published by Samuel Wood, No. 362 Pearl-street, 1806. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/24015736/>.
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