By T. Adams Upchurch
This strong narrative tells the positive tale of the boys and girls who spent their lives and fortunes attempting to abolish the establishment of slavery within the United States.
• comprises excerpts from speeches and writings of William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglass, John C. Calhoun, and others, in addition to files from the yankee Anti-Slavery Society and the freedom party
• offers a chronological historical past starting with the colonial period and finishing with the Civil warfare, overlaying each significant occasion within the abolition movement
• features a biographical profiles part containing numerous mini-biographies of crucial abolitionists
• A word list defines phrases used as a rule in discussing American slavery and abolitionism resembling "chattel," "mulatto," and "moral suasion"
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Abolition Movement (Landmarks of the American Mosaic) by T. Adams Upchurch