APA (7th ed.) Citation

Campbell, J. (1851). Negro-mania: Being an examination of the falsely assumed equality of the various races of men ; demonstrated by the investigations of Champollion, Wilkinson, Rosellini, Van-Amringe, Gliddon, Young, Morton, Knox, Lawrence, Gen. J.H. Hammond, Murray, Smith, W. Gilmore, Simms, English, Conrad, Elder, Prichard, Blumenbach, Cuvier, Brown, Le Vaillant, Carlyle, Cardinal Wiseman, Burckhardt, and Jefferson. Together with a concluding chapter, presenting a comparative statement of the condition of the Negroes in the West Indies before and since emancipation. Campbell & Powers.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Campbell, John. Negro-mania: Being an Examination of the Falsely Assumed Equality of the Various Races of Men ; Demonstrated by the Investigations of Champollion, Wilkinson, Rosellini, Van-Amringe, Gliddon, Young, Morton, Knox, Lawrence, Gen. J.H. Hammond, Murray, Smith, W. Gilmore, Simms, English, Conrad, Elder, Prichard, Blumenbach, Cuvier, Brown, Le Vaillant, Carlyle, Cardinal Wiseman, Burckhardt, and Jefferson. Together with a Concluding Chapter, Presenting a Comparative Statement of the Condition of the Negroes in the West Indies Before and Since Emancipation. Philadelphia: Campbell & Powers, 1851.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Campbell, John. Negro-mania: Being an Examination of the Falsely Assumed Equality of the Various Races of Men ; Demonstrated by the Investigations of Champollion, Wilkinson, Rosellini, Van-Amringe, Gliddon, Young, Morton, Knox, Lawrence, Gen. J.H. Hammond, Murray, Smith, W. Gilmore, Simms, English, Conrad, Elder, Prichard, Blumenbach, Cuvier, Brown, Le Vaillant, Carlyle, Cardinal Wiseman, Burckhardt, and Jefferson. Together with a Concluding Chapter, Presenting a Comparative Statement of the Condition of the Negroes in the West Indies Before and Since Emancipation. Campbell & Powers, 1851.

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