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Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict

by Samuel Joseph May

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Published .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL23462842M

Also like Still, May published a book, Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict, which told a remarkable history of abolition. In it, he argued that the leaders of the American Revolution did not in fact deliver “ all men from oppression” and that the Constitution did not “secure liberty to . Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Samuel J May books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict, by Samuel J. May (page images at MOA) Speeches, Lectures, and Letters, by Wendell Phillips (page images at MOA). charged that some of the most wealthy and influential in the Society of Friends were affected by the same avaricious spirit common to manufacturers and merchants in other sects.6 2Some Recollections of our Antislavery Conflict (Boston, ), 3Thomas Wentworth .   Abolitionists Remember: Antislavery Autobiographies and the Unfinished Work of Emancipation. By Julie Roy Jeffrey. Antislavery Autobiographies and the Unfinished Work of Emancipation Some Personal Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict. Chapter five, "The Remembrance Is Like a Dream: Reminiscences of the s," analyzes six.

The sooner you Abolitionists abandon your project the better for our country, for the niggers, and yourselves. [5] [6] Judson did appear as a character witness on behalf of Reuben Crandall, Prudence's brother, a physician who was arrested in Washington, D.C., for (illegally) possessing abolitionist literature and was nearly ion: read law. Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict, William Lloyd Garrison, The Story of His Life Told By His Children, Contemporary newspaper coverage in The Liberator and the Boston-based Colonizationist during Jurmain, Suzanne. The Forbidden Schoolhouse: The True and Dramatic Story of Prudence Crandall and Her. 8 Samuel J. May, Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict (Boston, ), 9 See Vernon Loggins, The Negro Author, His Development in America (New York.


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