BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY
|William Cooper Nell|
|Born||December 16, 1816|
Boston, Massachusetts, US
|Died||May 25, 1874 (aged 57)|
Boston, Massachusetts, US
|Occupation||Journalist, author, civil servant|
|Spouse(s)||Frances Ann (Ames) Nell|
|Children||William Cooper Nell, Jr.; Frank Ames Nell|
|Parent(s)||William G. and Louise (Cooper) Nell|
Civil War and later years
Legacy and honors
Works by Nell
|Library resources about|
William Cooper Nell
|By William Cooper Nell|
- Services of Colored Americans in the Wars of 1776 and 1812. New York: Printed by Prentiss & Sawyer. 1851. OCLC 34068998.
- Introductions by Harriet Beecher Stowe and Wendell Phillips, The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution: With Sketches of Several Distinguished Colored Persons, Boston: Robert F. Wallcut, 1855.
- Triumph of equal school rights in Boston: proceedings of the presentation meeting held in Boston, December 17, 1855, including addresses byJohn T. Hilton, Wm. C. Nell, Charles W. Slack, Wendell Phillips, Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Charles Lennox Remond. Boston: R.F. Wallcut. 1856.OCLC 24988712.
- Faneuil Hall Commemorative Festival, March 5th, 1858. Protest against the Dred Scott "Decision." ...:. Boston: E.L. Balch. 1858.OCLC 79964803.
- Boston massacre, March 5th, 1770 : the day which history selects as the dawn of the American Revolution. Commemorative festival, at Faneuil Hall, Friday, March 5, 1858. Protest against the Dred Scott decision ... Boston: E.L. Balch. 1858. OCLC 20770632.
- The Centennial Anniversary of the Boston Massacre, March 5th, 1770: The Day Which History Selects As the Dawn of the American Revolution, Signalized by the Patriotic Leadership and Martyrdom of Crispus Attucks Will Be Commemorated on Monday Evening, March 7th, 1870 in Joy Street Church. Boston: s.n. 1858. OCLC 83299260.
- Nell, William Cooper (1860). Ninetieth Anniversary of the Boston Massacre, March 5, 1770.: The Day Which History Has Selected As the Dawn of the American Revolution. Commemorative Meeting, at the Menonian, on Monday Ev'g, March 5th, 1860. Boston: s.n. OCLC 191232677.
- Property Qualification or No Property Qualification: A Few Facts from the Record of Patriotic Services of the Colored Men of New York, During the Wars of 1776 and 1812, with a Compendium of Their Present Business, and Property Statistics. New York: Thomas Hamilton and Wm. H. Leonard. 1860. OCLC 191228058.
- Farewell to the Liberator. Boston: s.n. 1863. OCLC 46897189.
- To the Friends of Human Liberty:: We the Undersigned Citizens of Massachusetts Thankful for the Abolition of American Slavery, View with Horror the Fact That Five Hundred Thousand of Our Brethern Groan Beneath the Chains of Slavery at Our Very Doors, in the Island of Cuba. ... It Is Therefore Resolved, That We Hold a Public Meeting, at the Menonian, on Monday Evening, December 23d. , to Take the Necessary and Proper Action to Advance the Cause of Universal Freedom. Boston: s.n. 1867.OCLC 191233682.
- Colored Americans in the Wars of 1776 and 1812. Philadelphia: H.T. Kealing. 1902. OCLC 46897189.