Freedom's Journal
Freedom's Journal was the first African-American owned and operated newspaper published in the United States. Founded by Rev. Peter Williams, Jr. and other free black men in New York City, it was publ...
The Rights of All
The Rights of All (May 1829 to 1830) was an African American abolitionist newspaper, founded in New York City by Samuel Cornish an accomplished publisher, journalist, and abolitionist. The newspaper r...
Alton Observer
The Alton Observer (1837) was an abolitionist newspaper established in Alton, Illinois by the journalist and newspaper editor Elijah Lovejoy after he was forced to flee St. Louis, Missouri. Lovejoy l...
Granite Freeman
The Granite Freeman was an abolitionist newspaper published from 1844 to 1846 in Concord, New Hampshire by Joseph E. Hood. Initially published as the Family Visitor, it was merged into the Independent...
St. Louis Observer
The St. Louis Observer was an abolitionist newspaper established by Elijah Lovejoy, a New England Congregationalist minister, in St. Louis, Missouri. After the newspaper's printing press was destroye...
The Emancipator
Originally founded in 1819 by Elihu Embree, the son of a Quaker minister, as the Manumission Intelligencier, The Emancipator was an abolitionist newspaper in Jonesborough, Tennessee. It was published ...
Manumission Intelligencier
The Manumission Intelligencier was an abolitionist newspaper founded by Elihu Embree, a Quaker, in 1819. It was later renamed The Emancipator and then sold to another Quaker, Benjamin Lundy, and renam...
Human Rights (journal)
Human Rights was an abolitionist and anti-slavery journal founded by noted American abolitionist Lewis Tappan.
African Observer
The African Observer, subtitled "Illustrative of the General Character, and Moral and Political Effects of Negro Slavery", was an abolitionist publication, published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a...
National Enquirer (1836)
The National Enquirer was an abolitionist newspaper founded by Quaker Benjamin Lundy in 1836. It was renamed the Pennsylvania Freeman after John Greenleaf Whittier took over as editor in 1838.
North Star (anti-slavery newspaper)
North Star was a nineteenth-century anti-slavery newspaper published in the United States by abolitionist Frederick Douglass. The paper commenced publication on December 3, 1847 and ceased as the Nort...
National Anti-Slavery Standard
The National Anti-Slavery Standard was the official weekly newspaper of the American Anti-Slavery Society, established in 1840 under the editorship of Lydia Maria Child and David Lee Child. The paper ...
The Slave's Friend
The Slave's Friend (1836-1838) was an anti-slavery magazine for children produced by the American Anti-Slavery Society (AASS). The short-lived magazine was the first abolitionist magazine targeted to ...
The Liberator (anti-slavery newspaper)
The Liberator (1831-1865) was an abolitionist newspaper founded by William Lloyd Garrison and Isaac Knapp in 1831. Garrison co-published weekly issues of The Liberator from Boston continuously for 35 ...
Genius of Universal Emancipation
The Genius of Universal Emancipation was an abolitionist newspaper from Baltimore, Maryland run by Benjamin Lundy.Elihu Embree established the Manumission Intelligencier in 1819 which became The Emanc...