APA Citation

Bloomfield, J., & Foster, T. (1797). To the free Africans and other free people of color in the United States: The Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies in the United States, having again assembled for the purpose of promoting your happiness ... call your attention to the advice which was addressed to you by the convention of last year, and which we subjoin to the present address. (Philadelphia: Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, number eighty, Chesnut-Street.).

Chicago Style Citation

Bloomfield, Joseph, and Theodore Foster. To the Free Africans and Other Free People of Color in the United States: The Convention of Delegates From the Abolition Societies in the United States, Having Again Assembled for the Purpose of Promoting Your Happiness ... Call Your Attention to the Advice Which Was Addressed to You By the Convention of Last Year, and Which We Subjoin to the Present Address. (Philadelphia: Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, number eighty, Chesnut-Street.), 1797.

MLA Citation

Bloomfield, Joseph, and Theodore Foster. To the Free Africans and Other Free People of Color in the United States: The Convention of Delegates From the Abolition Societies in the United States, Having Again Assembled for the Purpose of Promoting Your Happiness ... Call Your Attention to the Advice Which Was Addressed to You By the Convention of Last Year, and Which We Subjoin to the Present Address. (Philadelphia: Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, number eighty, Chesnut-Street.), 1797.

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