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  • N.H. Anti-Slavery Convention (1834 : Concord)

  • Naglee, Henry M. (Henry Morris), 1815-1886.

  • Nason, Elias, 1811-1887.

  • National Anti-slavery Bazaar (20th : 1854 : Boston, Mass.)

  • National Anti-slavery Bazaar (21st : 1855 : Boston, Mass.)

  • National Anti-slavery Bazaar (23rd : 1856 : Boston, Mass.)

  • National Anti-Slavery Bazaar (24th : 1858 : Boston)

  • National Association for the Amendment of the Constitution (U.S.)

  • National Association for the Relief of Destitute Colored Women and Children (Washington, D.C.)

  • National Committee of the British Freedmen's-Aid Associations.

  • National Convention of the Colored Men of America (1869 : Washington, D.C.)

  • National Democrat.

  • National Emigration Convention of Colored People (1854 : Cleveland (Ohio))

  • National Freedman's Relief Association of the District of Columbia.

  • National Lincoln Monument Association.

  • National Republican Party (N.Y.). State Convention.

  • National Ship-Canal Convention (1863 : Chicago, Ill.)

  • National Union Association of Ohio.

  • National Union Club (Philadelphia, Pa.)

  • National War Committee of the Citizens of New York.

  • Native of the South-west.

  • Needles, Edward.

  • Nell, William C. (William Cooper), 1816-1874.

  • Nelson, Alexander Abercromby, Sir, 1816-1893.

  • Nelson, Henry Addison, 1820-1906.

  • Nelson, Isaac, d. 1888.

  • Nemo, fl. 1861.

  • Nesmith, James Willis, 1820-1885.

  • New England Anti-Slavery Convention (1st : 1834 : Boston, Mass.)

  • New England Anti-Slavery Convention (3rd : 1836 : Boston)

  • New England Anti-Slavery Convention (4th : 1837 : Boston)

  • New England Anti-Slavery Tract Association.

  • Freedmen's record : organ of the New England Freedmen's Aid Society, The Vol. III, July 1867, No. 7 available in print
  • New England Freedmen's Aid Society.

  • New England Society in the City of New York.

  • New England Soldiers' Relief Association.

  • New England Yearly Meeting of Friends. Meeting for Sufferings.

  • New Hampshire Anti-Slavery Society.

  • New Hampshire. Adjutant-General's Office.

  • New Hampshire. General Court.

  • New Hampshire. Governor (1863-1865 : Gilmore)

  • New Jersey. Governor (1863-1865 : Parker)

  • New Jersey. Legislature. General Assembly. Judiciary Committee.

  • New Orleans (La.)

  • New York (N.Y.). Citizens.

  • New York (State) Governor (1863-1865 : Seymour)

  • New York (State) Legislature. Assembly. Select Committee on the Petitions to Prevent Slave Hunting in the State of New York.

  • New York (State), plaintiff.

  • New York (State). Adjutant General's Office.

  • New York (State). Bureau of Military Statistics.

  • New York (State). Constitutional Convention (1867-1868). Committee on Canals.

  • New York (State). Governor (1829-1837 : Throop)

  • New York (State). Governor (1833-1839 : Marcy)

  • New York (State). Governor (1838-1843 : Seward)

  • New York (State). Governor (1843-1845 : Bouck)

  • New York (State). Governor (1863-1865 : Seymour)

  • New York (State). Governor (1865-1869 : Fenton)

  • New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Committee on Claims.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Select Committee on the Petition of Various Citizens to Prevent Kidnapping.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Select Committee on the Petitions to Prevent Slave Hunting in the State of New York.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Select Committee on the Remonstrances Against the Annexation of Texas.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Select Committee on the Subject of the Arrest of Fugitive Slaves.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Standing Committee on Banks.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Standing Committee on the Judiciary.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Assembly.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Joint Committee Relative to a Certain Decision of the Supreme of the United States in the Case of Dred Scott

  • New York (State). Legislature. Joint Committee on So Much of the Governor's Message as Relates to Domestic Slavery.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Senate. Committee on Finance.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Senate. Select Committee on so much of the Governor's Message as Relates to the Extension of Slavery Over Territory Now Free.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Senate. Select Committee on the Concurrent Resolutions of the Assembly in Relation to the Right of Petition.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Senate. Select Committee on the Territories of Kansas and Nebraska.

  • New York (State). Legislature. Senate.

  • New York (State). Legislature.

  • New York (State). Paymaster General's Office.

  • New York (State). State Soldiers' Depot.

  • New York (State). Supreme Court.

  • New York (State)

  • New York Academy of Medicine.

  • New York Anti-Slavery Convention.

  • New York Chamber of Commerce.

  • New York Clearing House Association.

  • New York Committee of Vigilance.

  • New York Sabbath Committee.

  • New York State Anti-Slavery Society.

  • New York State banker.

  • New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.

  • New-England Anti-Slavery Convention (1st : 1834 : Boston, Mass.

  • New-England Anti-Slavery Convention (10th : 1843 : Boston, Mass.)

  • New-England Anti-Slavery Society.

  • New-York Association of Friends for the Relief of Those Held in Slavery and the Improvement of Free People of Color.

  • New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been, or May Be Liberated.

  • New-York State Colonization Society (Founded 1829).

  • Newbold, William A.

  • Newcomb, Harvey, 1803-1863.

  • Newell, William A. (William Augustus), 1819-1901.

  • Newman, Francis William, 1805-1897.

  • Newton, A., fl. 1859.

  • Newton, John, 1725-1807.

  • Newton, Richard, 1813-1887.

  • Niccolls, Samuel J. (Samuel Jack), 1838-1915.

  • Nichol, John, 1833-1894.

  • Nicholas, S. S. (Samuel Smith), 1796-1869.

  • Nicholson, Joseph Hopper, 1770-1817.

  • Niles, H. E. (Henry Edward), 1823-1900.

  • Nisbet, Richard.

  • Nixon, John T. (John Thompson), 1820-1889.

  • Noble, John, 1827-1892.

  • Noel, Ernest.

  • Noell, John W. (John William), 1816-1863.

  • Nordhoff, Charles, 1830-1901.

  • Norfolk, Va. Merchants.

  • North Carolina Yearly Meeting of Friends (1698- )

  • North Carolinian.

  • North Staffordshire Ladies Anti-Slavery Society.

  • North-western Soldiers' Fair (1863 : Chicago, Ill.)

  • Northern Central British India Society.

  • Northern man, fl. 1848.

  • Northrop, George.

  • Norton, Robert, fl. 1865.

  • Nott, Charles C.

  • Nott, Samuel, 1788-1869.

  • Slavery, and the remedy; or, Principles and suggestions for a remedial code. (1856)
  • Slavery and the remedy, or, Principles and suggestions for a remedial code (1857) available in print
  • Slavery and the remedy, or, Principles and suggestions for a remedial code (1859) available in print
  • Necessities and wisdom of 1861 : a supplement to the sixth edition of Slavery and the remedy, The (1861)

  • Nouette-Delorme, Emile.

  • Nourse, James, 1805-1854.

  • Noyes, John, 1764-1846.

  • Nye, James W. (James Warren), 1814-1876.