In This Issue
Explore the April 1875 print edition below. Or to discover more writing from the pages of The Atlantic, browse the full archive.
The fourth installment in a six-part series about the abolitionist rebel, written by one of the New Englanders who secretly funded his efforts and featuring excerpts of his own writings
The fourth installment in a seven-part series about the author’s youthful training as a riverboat pilot
“Savage instincts, barbarous usages, ancient beliefs, will all find themselves confronted with a new order of facts.”