Slavery attacked; the abolitionist crusade, edited by John L. Thomas.


Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1965] .

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Subjects Abolitionists -- United States.
Abolitionists.
Antislavery movements -- United States.
Antislavery movements.
Slavery -- United States.
Slavery.
United States.
Series Spectrum book. Eyewitness accounts of American history ; S-109.
Description xi, 178 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1965]
Contents Lewis Tappan interprets the schism of 1840 -- The Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society denounces the Union -- The Liberty Party holds a national convention -- Henry Highland Garnet calls on the slaves to resist -- New England abolitionists enlist the Conscience Whigs -- James Russell Lowell assails the Mexican War -- Lysander Spooner and Henry Bowditch debate the Constitution -- Charles Sumner attacks segregation in Boston -- Frederick Douglass reviews the progress of abolition -- Harriet Beecher Stowe defends the altar of liberty -- Gerrit Smith charges a United States marshal with kidnapping -- Wendell Phillips vindicates the abolitionists -- Theodore Parker prophesies a revolution -- Thomas W. Higginson takes a ride through Kansas -- Hinton Helper incites class war in the South -- Henry Thoreau pleads for Captain John Brown -- Moncure Conway joins the second American Revolution -- The Reverend Gilbert Haven glimpses the millennium -- William Lloyd Garrison and Wendell Phillips resolve the fate of the American Anti-Slavery Society.
The abolitionist crusade / John L. Thomas -- William Lloyd Garrison abandons colonization -- Elizur Wright, Jr. defines immediate emancipation -- William Jay dismisses the pro-slavery argument -- The American Anti-Slavery Society sends instructions to Theodore Weld -- James Thome and John Alvord withstand a barrage of eggs -- Northern women petition Congress to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia -- John Greenleaf Whittier writes "The slave ships" -- Amos Dresser is whipped in Nashville -- Elijah P. Lovejoy addresses the citizens of St. Louis -- William Lloyd Garrison protects the intellectual free market -- Theodore Weld takes the testimony of a thousand witnesses -- Lydia Maria Child explains moderate abolition -- Joshua Leavitt warns of a slave-power conspiracy -- William Lloyd Garrison repudiates the government of the United States -- James G. Birney accepts the nomination of the Liberty Party.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)256842
(OCoLC)ocm00256842
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WorldCat Identities Thomas, John L.,
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