The Abolitionists: Together with Personal Memories of the Struggle for Human Rights 1830-1864 by John F. Hume

The Abolitionists: Together with Personal Memories of the Struggle for Human Rights 1830-1864

byJohn F. Hume

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CONTENTS
FOREWORD
THEODORE ROOSEVELT AND THE ABOLITIONISTS
THE ABOLITIONISTS — WHO AND WHAT THEY WERE
ONE OF THEIR TRAITS
PRO-SLAVERY PREJUDICE
THE POLITICAL SITUATION
ANTI-SLAVERY PIONEERS
SALMON PORTLAND CHASE
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETIES
WANTED, AN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY
ANTI-SLAVERY ORATORS
LINCOLN AND DOUGLAS
ANTI-SLAVERY WOMEN
MOBS
ANTI-SLAVERY MARTYRS
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
COLONIZATION
LINCOLN AND EMANCIPATION
THE END OF ABOLITIONISM
MISSOURI
MISSOURI (Continued)
SOME ABOLITION LEADERS
ROLLS OF HONOR
APPENDIX
EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION
BORDER SLAVE-STATE MESSAGE
"PRAYER OF TWENTY MILLIONS"
 

Title:The Abolitionists: Together with Personal Memories of the Struggle for Human Rights 1830-1864Format:Kobo ebookPublished:September 2, 2013Publisher:VolumesOfValueLanguage:English

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