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SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
0 Preface  KevinS 9:52 Listen PL OK
1 Introduction  fried1259 1:27 Listen See PL notes
2 Part 1, chapter 1: As A Labor System  fried1259 4:08 Listen See PL notes
3 Part 1, chapter 2: Enslavement of Indians  fried1259 Assigned
4 Part 1, chapter 3: Substitution of the African for the Indian  laurencetrask 30:16 Listen See PL notes
5 Part 1, chapter 4: Number of Slaves shipped from Africa  progressingamerica Assigned
6 Part 1, chapter 5: How Slaves were obtained in Africa  KevinS 12:43 Listen PL OK
7 Part 1, chapter 6: How Slaves were transported from Africa  mleigh 25:37 Listen PL OK
8 Part 1, chapter 7: What became of the Imported Slaves  laurencetrask 29:29 Listen See PL notes
9 Part 1, chapter 8: Strangely contrasting Fate of the Two diverging Streams  progressingamerica 25:53 Listen See PL notes
10 Part 1, chapter 9: Touching the Causes of certain Marvellous Results  gulerdilanaz Assigned
11 Part 1, chapter 10: Was there a Failure and a Success?   Open
12 Part 1, chapter 11: The Great Lesson   Open
13 Part 2, chapter 1: A Mixed Question of Constitutional and International Law  ruthema 6:33 Listen See PL notes
14 Part 2, chapter 2: Constitutional Aspect of what is called Slave-Property  ruthema 22:01 Listen PL OK
15 Part 2, chapter 3: The Constitutionality of Emancipation in the Insurrectionary States  ruthema Assigned
16 Part 2, chapter 4: The Constitutionality of Emancipation in the Loyal Slave States  ruthema 17:47 Listen PL OK
17 Part 3, chapter 1: Forebodings Regarding the Fate of the Negro  laurencetrask Assigned
18 Part 3, chapter 2: Do we need the Aid of the Negro as a Loyal Citizen?  laurencetrask Assigned
19 Part 3, chapter 3: Can the Negro, as Freedman, maintain himself?  laurencetrask Assigned
21 Part 3, chapter 5: Amalgamation   Open
22 Part 3, chapter 6: Reciprocal Social Influence of the Races on each other   Open
23 Part 3, chapter 7: Importance, Nationally, that the Negro be treated with Justice   Open
24 Part 3, chapter 8: The Freedman needs mere Temporary Aid and Supervision   Open
25 Part 3, chapter 9: The Sum of our Duty towards the Negro Race   Open
26 Appendix   Open