Schedule of Publications
Series 1: Speeches, Debates, and Interviews
Series 2: Autobiography
Series 3: Correspondence
Series 4: Editorials
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- Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (mini-edition), Model Editions Partnership. Chapter 10 (the battle with slave-breaker Edward Covey) of Douglass's Narrative, complete with textual notes, emendations, historical collation, and historical annotations. A definitive on-line edition.
- Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, University of North Carolina. A complete facsimile of the 1845 version of Douglass's Narrative from the Documenting the American South project, with bibliography to related reading.
- My Bondage and My Freedom, University of North Carolina. A complete facsimile of the 1855 version of Douglass's My Bondage and My Freedom from the Documenting the American South project, with bibliography to related reading.
- Life and Times of Frederick Douglass  , University of North Carolina. A complete facsimile of the each version of Douglass's Life and Times from the Documenting the American South project, with bibliography to related reading.
- Frederick Douglass Project, University of Rochester. Includes scanned images of Douglass's correspondence in the Post Family Papers, Frederick Douglass, and other collections at the University of Rochester. Also, some transcriptions, essays, links, and intern opportunities. "My Escape from Slavery," by Frederick Douglass, Century Illustrated Magazine, Project Gutenberg. A transcription of Douglass's escape from slavery as he first publicly told the story in November 1881.
- Frederick Douglass Museum and Cultural Center in Rochester, New York.
- Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, New York, burial site of Frederick Douglass, Anna Murray Douglass, Helen Pitts Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Sprague Family
- Rochester History. A journal dedicated to the history of Rochester, New York, with articles available online in PDF format.
- Bird Special
Collections, Syracuse University
- Rush Rhees Library, University of
- The Rush Rhees Library contains the papers of antislavery activists based in Rochester, New York,
and includes some documents relevant to the Underground Railroad.
- Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, National Parks Service, Anacostia, Washington, D.C. Frederick Douglass's final home, Cedar Hill, now a museum in the nation's capitol.
- Photos of the Frederick Douglass Memorial Home, circa 1938, New Deal Network.
- Frederick Douglass Museum and Hall of Fame for Caring Americans, 320 A Street N.E., Site of Douglass's first home in Washington, D.C., before his purchase of Cedar Hill.
- Library of Congress
- Frederick Douglass Papers
- The Library of Congress holds the bulk of Douglass's personal papers.
Abolition and Slavery
- Hypertexts by the American Studies Group at the University of Virginia
- The Roving Editor, Chapter IV, by James Redpath
- Excerpts from Slave Narratives, edited by Stephen Mintz
- "Been Here So Long", WPA slave narratives, New Deal Network.
- American Abolition Project, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
- Abolition Activism in Wisconsin
- African American Experience in Ohio, Ohio Historical Society.
- The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery Resistance, and Abolition, Yale University
- The Papers of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Model Editions Partnership
- Martin Delany, West Virginia University
- William Lloyd Garrison, National Parks Service
- The Lucretia Coffin Mott Papers Project
- Gerrit Smith Virtual Museum, New York History Net
- Freedmen and Southern Society Project
- Harriet Jacobs Papers Project, Pace University, New York, New York
- From the Schomburg African American Women Writers of the 19th Century collection, Shomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library:
- From North American Slave Narratives, Documenting the American South, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. Narratives in this collection include those of the following persons (among many others): Charles Ball, Henry Bibb, Henry "Box" Brown, William Wells Brown, Lewis and Milton Clarke, William and Ellen Craft, Olaudah Equiano, Harriet Jacobs, Lunsford Lane, Solomon Northup, James W.C. Pennington, Sojourner Truth   , Nat Turner, Samuel R. Ward