This digital collection presents a selection of writings—mostly letters and sermons—from the nineteenth-century American thinker, Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Though Higginson is likely best known for the correspondence he exchanged with poet Emily Dickinson, his career as a minister and writer engaged him in virtually all of the most important debates of his time, including slavery, women’s rights, temperance, and war. This collection can be browsed by topic and provides images of original writings along with typed transcripts.