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The abolitionists; a collection of their writing
Bib ID 653511
Format BookBook
Author
Ruchames, Louis, 1917-, ed
 
Description New York, Putnam [1963] 
259 p. 22 cm. 
Summary

A collection of essays, speeches, poems, and letters by outspoken abolitionists who were instrumental in forming northern attitudes during the pre-Civil War era.

Subjects Abolitionists - United States.  |  Slavery - United States.  |  Antislavery movements - United States.  |  Abolitionists.  |  Slavery.  |  Antislavery movements.
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