If I Survive: Frederick Douglass and Family in the Walter O. Evans Collection - Bernier, Celeste-Marie; Taylor, Andrew
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Marking the 200th anniversary of Frederick Douglass' birth, this first collective history and comprehensive collection of the Douglass family writings and portraits sheds new light not only on Douglass as a freedom-fighter and family man but on the lives and works of Lewis Henry, Frederick Jr., and Charles Remond.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Marking the 200th anniversary of Frederick Douglass' birth, this first collective history and comprehensive collection of the Douglass family writings and portraits sheds new light not only on Douglass as a freedom-fighter and family man but on the lives and works of Lewis Henry, Frederick Jr., and Charles Remond.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: EDINBURGH UNIV PR
  • Seitenzahl: 880
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. September 2018
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 251mm x 198mm x 51mm
  • Gewicht: 2585g
  • ISBN-13: 9781474439725
  • ISBN-10: 1474439721
  • Artikelnr.: 50988262
Inhaltsangabe
List of Illustrations Foreword - Robert S. Levine Preface: 'My Only Way of Fighting' - Walter O. Evans and Collecting '400 years of Black History' Frederick Douglass Family Tree Acknowledgements A Note on Texts and Editorial Practice Introduction 'We Labored with our Father' - The Told Story of Frederick Douglass is the Untold Story of His Family Part I: Our Bondage and Our Freedom Frederick Douglass and Family Chronologies Frederick Douglass (1818-1895) Lewis Henry Douglass (1841-1908) Frederick Douglass Jr. (1842-1892) Charles Remond Douglass (1844-1920) Part II: An 'Undying' Love Story 'A Heart of Love:' The Courtship of Helen Amelia Loguen and Lewis Henry Douglass 1. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Rochester
December 22
1860. 2. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Rochester
June 1
1861. 3. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Rochester
September 24
1861. 4. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Rochester
September 29
1861. 5. Helen Amelia Loguen to Lewis Henry Douglass
Syracuse
October 3
1861. 6. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Rochester
December 8
1861. 7. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Rochester
July 11
1862. 8. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Salem New Jersey
November 20
1862. 9. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Salem
December 29
1862. Part III: 'Men of Color
To Arms!' Fighting 'Freedom's Battle:' Frederick
Lewis Henry
Frederick Jr.
and Charles Remond Douglass's Civil War 'Do Not Think of Me in Pain:' Lewis Henry Douglass's Civil War Letters to Helen Amelia Loguen
Anna Murray Douglass
and Frederick Douglass 10. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Camp Meigs
Readville
Massachusetts
March 31
1863. 11. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Camp Meigs
Readville
Massachusetts
April 8
1863. [Frederick Douglass Papers
Library of Congress] 12. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Camp Meigs
Readville
Massachusetts
April 15
1863. 13. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Camp Meigs
Readville
Massachusetts
May 9
1863. 14. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Camp Meigs
Readville
Massachusetts
May 20
1863. 15. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Camp Meigs
Readville
Massachusetts
May 27 [1863]. 16. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
St. Simons Island
Georgia
June 18
1863. 17. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Morris Island
August 15
[1863]. 18. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Morris Island
August 27
1863. 19. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Rochester
January 31
1864. 'I take a bullet first:' Charles Remond Douglass's Civil War Letters to Anna Murray and Frederick Douglass 20. Charles Remond Douglass to Frederick Douglass
Camp Meigs
Readville
July 6th 1863. [Frederick Douglass Papers
Library of Congress] 21. Charles Remond Douglass to Frederick Douglass
Boston
September 8
1863. [Frederick Douglass Papers
Library of Congress] 22. Charles Remond Douglass to Frederick Douglass
Boston
September 18
1863. [Frederick Douglass Papers
Library of Congress] 23. Charles Remond Douglass to Frederick Douglass
Boston
December 20
1863. [Frederick Douglass Papers
Library of Congress] 24. Charles Remond Douglass to Frederick Douglass
Camp Hamilton
City Point Virginia
near Bermuda Hundred
May 31 1864. 25. Charles Remond Douglass to Anna Murray and Frederick Douglass
Point Lookout
Md.
September 15
1864. [Frederick Douglass Papers
Library of Congress] Part IV: The 'Incontestable Voice of History' in Frederick Douglass's Manuscripts 26. 'The energy that slumbers in the black man's arm:' Lecture on Santo Domingo
c. 1873. 27. 'It is hard for a white man to do justice to a black man:' The Louisiana Senator [P.B.S. Pinchback]
c. 1876. 28. 'My own murdered people:' William the Silent
1876. 29. 'The Welfare of the Colored People:' The Exodus from the South
c. 1879. 30. 'A great example of heroic endeavor:' Eulogy for William Lloyd Garrison
1879. Part V: 'I Glory in your Spirit' "Pluck
Pluck My Boy is the Thing that Wins": Frederick Douglass and Family's Fight for the Cause of Liberty in a Post-Emancipation Era 31. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Rochester
NY
May 20
1864. 32. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Mitchellville
MD
September 28
1864. 33. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Rochester
NY
March 26
1865. 34. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Ferry Neck
MD
January 7
1866. 35. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Denver
CO
September 30
1866. 36. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Philadelphia
PA
February 10
1868. 37. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Washington D.C.
July 5
1869. 38. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Washington D.C.
July 17
1869. 39. Frederick Douglass to Lewis Henry Douglass
Rochester
NY
July 21 1869. 40. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen
Washington D.C.
September 15
1869. 41. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen Douglass
[Washington D.C.]
December 5
1870. 42. Lewis Henry Douglass
'To Columbian Typographical Union No. 101
' [Washington D.C.
January 1871. 43. Frederick Douglass to Judge Edmunds
Washington D.C.
August 29
1876. 44. Frederick Douglass to Mrs. Marks
Washington D.C.
February 13
1884. 45. Frederick Douglass to Charles Remond Douglass
Port Au Prince [Haiti]
February 25
1891. 46. Frederick Douglass to Lewis Henry Douglass
March 7 [Port-au-Prince
Haiti]
1891. 47. Frederick Douglass to Charles Remond Douglass
c. April 1891. 48. Frederick Douglass to Catherine Swan Brown Spear
Cedar Hill
Washington D.C.
March 7
1892. 49. Frederick Douglass to Charles Remond Douglass
Haitian Pavilion
Chicago
October 7
1893. 50. Haley George Douglass to Frederick Douglass
Washington D.C
March 3
1893. 51. Frederick Douglass to Haley Douglass
Cedar Hill
[Washington D.C.]
March 7
1893 52. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen Douglass
[Washington D.C.] December 19
1894 . 53. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen Douglass
[Washington D.C.] January 20
1895. 54. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen Douglass
[Washington D.C.] January 30
1895. 55. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen Douglass
Washington D.C.
February 18
1895. 56. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen Douglass
Washington D.C.
October 9
1900. 57. Lewis Henry Douglass to Helen Amelia Loguen Douglass
Washington D.C.
July 5
1905. 58. Lewis Henry Douglass
'Scrapbook
' Washington D.C.
August 2
1907. 59. Lewis Henry Douglass to W. J. Vernon Esq.
Washington D.C.
December 3
1907. Part VI: 'I was Born' Suffering and Sacrifice: Frederick Douglass Jr. and Virginia L. M. Douglass's Unpublished Works 60. Frederick Douglass Jr.
Frederick Douglass Jr. in brief from 1842-1890 [c.1890]. 61. Frederick Douglass Jr.
Untitled Autobiography of Virginia L. M. Hewlett [c.1890]. 62. Virginia L. M. Hewlett
To the Fifty Mass. Cavalry
1864. Part VII: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
An American Slave and Freeman
as told by Charles Remond Douglass The 'Sacrifices of my Father[']s Family:' Charles Remond Douglass as Family Historian 63. Charles Remond Douglass
'Some Incidents of the Home Life of Frederick Douglass
' [c. February 1917]. Part VIII: Frederick Douglass and Family in Photographs and Prints Walter O. Evans's Frederick Douglass and Family Album 64. John Chester Buttre
Frederick Douglass [c.1853]. 65. Anon.
Charles Remond Douglass
[c. 1863]. 66. Anon.
Lewis Henry Douglass
[c. 1863]. 67. Anon. Lewis Henry Douglass
[c
1870]. 68. [Anon.]
Mathew Brady
Frederick Douglass
[c. 1877]. 69. Anon. Frederick Douglass and Unidentified Family Members
Cedar Hill
[c. 1891]. 70. Anon. [Dennis (or Denys) Bourdon]
Joseph Henry Douglass and Frederick Douglass
May 10
1894. 71. Anon.
Charles Remond
Joseph Henry
and Lewis Henry Douglass
February 1895. 72. Anon.
Charles Remond
Joseph Henry
and Lewis Henry Douglass
February 1895. [Second copy in the collection]. 73. J. H. Kent
Charles Remond Douglass
Rochester NY
n.d. 74. Anon.
Charles Remond Douglass
'Commander Frederick Douglass Post No. 21'
n.d. 75. Anon.
Charles Remond Douglass
n.d. 76. Anon
Charles Remond Douglass
n.d. 77. E. Paul Tilghman
Lewis Henry Douglass
n.d.
New Bedford
Mass. 78. Anon.
Lewis Henry Douglass and unidentified children
n.d. 79. Anon.
Unveiling of Frederick Douglass Monument
n.d.
[June 9 1899]. 80. J. H. Kent
Frederick Douglass Monument
Rochester NY
[c. 1899]. 81. Anon
Haley G. Douglass
Highland Beach
1895. 82. Anon.
[Unidentified] Charles A. Fraser
c. 1882. 83. Anon.
[Unidentified Woman]
n.d.. 84. Anon.
[Unidentified Woman in a Rural Landscape]
n.d. 85. Anon.
Haley George Douglass and Evelyn Virginia Dulaney Douglass
n.d. 86. Anon.
[Exterior Landscape
Three Male Children]
n.d. Part IX: Frederick Douglass and Family Resources Walter O. Evans Frederick Douglass and Family Collection Inventory Public and Private Archives and Repositories Further Reading Part X: Helen Amelia Loguen Correspondence Helen Amelia Loguen Correspondence in the Walter O. Evans Collection Inventory Afterword - Kim F. Hall Index