Critics & Crusaders: A Century of American Protest

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

THE ABOLITIONISTS

GENERAL REFERENCES
Beard Charles A. and Mary R., The Rise of American Civilization, New York, 1927
Brooks Van Wyck, The Flowering of New England, New York, 1936
Buckmaster Henriette, Let My People Go, The Story of the Underground Railroad and the Growth of the Abolition Movement, New York, 1941
Commager H. S., Theodore Parker, Boston, 1936
Dumond D. L., Anti-Slavery Origins of the Civil War, Ann Arbor, 1939
Hacker Louis, The Triumph of American Capitalism, New York, 1940
Harlow R. V., Gerrit Smith, New York, 1939
Helper H. R., The Impending Crisis in the South, New York, 1857
Higginson T. W., Cheerful Yesterdays, Boston, 1898
Parrington V. L., Main Currents in American Thought, New York, 1927-1930
Simons A. M., Social Forces in American History, New York, 1911
Symes Lillian and Clement Travers, Rebel America, The Story of Social Revolt in the United States, New York, 1934
Wilson Forrest, Crusader in Crinoline, The Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1941

WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON
Birney William, James C. Birney and His Times, New York, 1890
Chapman J. J., William Lloyd Garrison, Boston, 1913
Chertkov V. G., and Holah F., A Short Biography of William Lloyd Garrison, 1904

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