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APA Citation

Chapman, Maria Weston. & Chapman, Maria Weston.  (1855).  "How can I help to abolish slavery?" or, Counsels to the newly converted.  [New York :  American Anti-slavery Society

MLA Citation

Chapman, Maria Weston. and Chapman, Maria Weston.  "How can I help to abolish slavery?" or, Counsels to the newly converted. [microform] By Maria Weston Chapman  American Anti-slavery Society [New York  1855

Australian/Harvard Citation

Chapman, Maria Weston. & Chapman, Maria Weston.  1855,  "How can I help to abolish slavery?" or, Counsels to the newly converted. [microform] By Maria Weston Chapman  American Anti-slavery Society [New York

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  | title="How can I help to abolish slavery?" or, Counsels to the newly converted. [microform] By Maria Weston Chapman
  | author1=Chapman, Maria Weston, 1806-1885
  | author2=Chapman, Maria Weston, 1806-1885. Counsels to the newly converted
  | year=1855
  | publisher=American Anti-slavery Society
  | language=English
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