Antislavery: The Crusade for Freedom in America

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INDEX
Abolition Intelligencer ( Crow), 95
Adams, Charles Francis, on southern culture, 353
Adams, John Quincy, gag resolution, 238; petitions, 243-44; exposition of war powers, 367-70
Address to the People of North Carolina ( Swain), 95
Address...upon Slavekeeping, An ( Rush), 20
African Grand Lodge, F. & A. M., 328
Agutter, William, 25
Alabama platform, 359
Allan, William T., southern exile, 92, 160; at Lane Seminary, 161-164; antislavery agent, 185-86
Allen, George, antislavery agent, 187, 285
Allen, Richard, founder of A.M. E. church, 170, 328-29
Alton Observer ( Lovejoy), 224-25
Alvord, John W., antislavery agent, 164, 185
American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, officers, 286; organization, 286-87; publications, 287-89
American Anti-Slavery Society, organized, 175; objectives, 177-78; membership, 178-79; agents, 180; agents' instructions, 180-82; agency meeting, 185; finances, 259-60; cost of publications, 267; circulating library, 268; pictorial publications, 271; wafers, 272; disrupted by Garrison, 284- 85; Albany meeting ( July 1839), 295
American Anti-Slavery Standard ( Child), 281
American Colonization Society, origin, 127; opposed by Adams, 127-28; supported by politicians, 128; and antislavery societies, 128; settlements in Africa, 129; activity in England, 176
American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, 48
American Free Produce Association, 351-52
American Slavery as It Is ( Weld), 249-56
American Society of Free Persons of Color, 171
American Tract Society, 156
Anti-Slavery Almanac, 267-68
Anti-Slavery Bugle ( Jones), 264
Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women, 189
Anti-Slavery Examiner, monographs, 268-69
Anti-Slavery Fairs, 277-78
Anti-Slavery Record ( Wright), 267
Appeal of the Independent Democrats, 363
Ashley, James M., aid to fugitives, 339
Avenia ( Branagan), 80
Bailey, Gamaliel, antislavery editor, 163, 223, 264, 301
Baldwin, Simeon, 47
Bankson, Andrew, southern exile, 93
Banneker, Benjamin, scientist, 328
Barbour, James, admission of Missouri, 107
Bard, David, 82, 109
Barlow, William, defense of slavery, 87-88
Barrow, David, definition of slavery, 7; predicts war, 133; analysis of slavery, 134
Bates, Elisha, 136
Beardsley, Samuel, leader of mob, 221
Beckley, Guy, antislavery agent, 187
Beecher, Catherine, defends slavery, 192
Beecher, Charles, antislavery preacher, 273; denounces Fugitive Slave Act, 310
Beecher, Edward, president of Illinois College, 153- 54; executive committee of A.&F.A.S.S., 286
Beecher, Lyman, president of Lane Seminary, 153-60
Bellinger, Edmund, Negrophobe, 230
Beman, Amos G., 330
Beman, Nathan S. S., opposed political action, 297
Benezet, Anthony, 17, 19, 87; schools in Philadelphia, 52
Bennett, Thomas, 114
Bibb, Henry, lecturer, 338
Bidwell, Barnabas, 84
Biological inequality, racial inferiority, see racialism

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