Welcome to the Yale Slavery and Abolition Portal
This site is designed to help researchers and students find primary sources related to slavery, abolition, and resistance within the university's many libraries and galleries. Select a repository from the list across the top to browse by location or use the search function to sort collections by topic. Consult the research and links pages for information about how to find additional source material.
Frederic W. Howe Papers, 1828-1891
The collection comprises Howe's outgoing and incoming correspondence, third-party correspondence, and six manuscript writings pertaining to slavery and ethics. The letters address Howe's religious beliefs, opposition to the institution of slavery, support of the temperance movement, the annexation of Texas, and other political matters.