“My Dear Mr. Estlin.” Rare Book Department. Boston Public Library. 1855. [Boston Public Library]

Anti-Slavery Convention. Declaration of the anti-slavery convention. Assembled in Philadelphia, December 4,… Philadelphia Merrihew & Gunn, printers. No. 7 Carter’s Alley. Philadelphia, 1833. [Library of Congress]

“Letter.” Anti-Slavery Advocate. Dec. 1, 1853. [Ebscohost]

“Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society.” The Liberator. Oct. 16, 1857. [The Liberator Archives]

“The Burial of John Brown.” The New York Tribune. Dec. 12, 1859. [Library of Congress]

“Dear Sir.” William Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879). Boston Public Library. Dec. 22, 1859. [Boston Public Library]

Pennsylvania Freedmen’s Relief Association. Circular Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1860. [Library of Congress]

“J. M. McKim and the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society.” The Liberator. May 9, 1862. [The Liberator Archives]

“The Freedmen of South Carolina: an Address Delivered By J. Miller M’Kim, in Sansom Hall, July 9th.” Philadelphia: Willis P. Hazard, 1862. African American Pamphlet Collection, and Joseph Meredith Toner Collection. [Library of Congress]

“Antislavery Resolutions Letter.” Abraham Papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833 to 1916: James M. McKim to Abraham Lincoln, Sends Antislavery Resolutions. Sept. 27, 1862. [Library of Congress]

Supervisory Committee For Recruiting Colored Regiments. “Free Military School for Applicants for Commands of Colored Troops.” Philadelphia: King & Baird, 1863. [Library of Congress]

“Letter to Unknown.” Rare Book Department. Boston Public Library. Oct. 1, 1863. [Boston Public Library]

“Speech of J. Miller McKim.” The Liberator 33. No. 52. Dec. 23, 1863. 206-207. [Ebscohost]

“Letter from J. Miller McKim.” The Liberator 34. No. 53. Dec. 30, 1864. 210. [Ebscohost]

“Letter from J.M. McKim.” The Liberator. Jan. 27, 1865. [The Liberator ]

American Freedmen’s Aid Commission. “The American Freedmen’s Aid Commission.” New York, 1865. African American Pamphlet Collection. [Library of Congress]

American Freedmen’s Aid and Union Commission. “A Conference Between the American Union Commission and a Committee from the American Freedmen’s Aid Commission.” Washington, D.C.: American Freedmen’s Aid and Union Commission, 1865. [Library of Congress]

“My Dear Garrison.” William Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879). Boston Public Library. Apr. 3, 1866. [Boston Public Library]

“My Dear Rich Webb.” William Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879). Boston Public Library. June 28, 1867. [Boston Public Library]

“Letter to Garrison.” William Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879). Boston Public Library. Nov. 8, 1867. [Boston Public Library]

American Freedman’s Union Commission. “The Results of Emancipation in the United States of America.” New York City: American Freedman’s Union Commission, 1867. [Library of Congress]