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The letters of William Lloyd Garrison. Edited by Walter M. Merrill
Bib ID 2148368
Format BookBook
Author
Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879
 
Description Cambridge, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1971-1981 
6 v. illus., ports. 25 cm. 
ISBN 0674526600
Full contents
  • v. 1. I will be heard, 1822-1835.
  • v. 2. A house dividing against itself, 1836-1840.
  • v. 3. No union with slaveholders, 1841-1849.
  • v. 4. From disunionism to the brink of war, 1850-1860.
  • v. 5. Let the oppressed go free, 1861-1867.
  • v. 6. To rouse the slumbering land, 1868-1979.
 
Notes

Vols. 2 and 4 edited by Louis Ruchames; v. 6 edited by Walter M. Merrill and Louis Ruchames.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Subjects Garrison, William Lloyd, - 1805-1879.  |  Abolitionists - United States - Correspondence.  |  Antislavery movements - United States - Sources.
Other authors/contributors Ruchames, Louis, 1917-  |  Merrill, Walter McIntosh

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