Gould, Philip. "Race, Commerce, and the Literature of Yellow Fever in Early National Philadelphia." Early American Literature 35:2 (September 2000): 157–186.

An examination of the increasingly controversial issues of race and citizenship in Philadelphia through the lens of the public literary debate between publisher Mathew Carey and African-American leaders Richard Allen and Absalom Jones following an outbreak of Yellow Fever in 1793.

Citation Type: Journal Article

Referenced in:
The Power of Words: Writers and Publishers

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