The Abolitionists: A Collection of Their Writings

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Index
Abolitionist; or Record of the NewEngland Anti-Slavery Society, 35, 71, 73
Adams, John Quincy, 48n, 104, 106, 225, 226, 230, quoted, 217
African Repository, 37
Alcott, Bronson, 17
Alexander, ----, Mr., 50n.
American Anti-Slavery Reporter, 47
American Anti-Slavery Society, 17, 19-22, 35, 46, 87, 96, 113, 121, 149, 172, 179, 192-3; selections: "Declaration of Sentiments," 78-83; Letter to Pres. Andrew Jackson, 121-135
American Colonization Society, 14, 16, 19, 20, 21, 36, 37, 42, 113, 226
American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the African Race, 13 ff.
American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 22, 96, 209; selection: "Address to the Friends of Liberty," 209-218
American Slavery As It Is: Testimony Of A Thousand Witnesses ( Weld), 164-171
Amherst College Forms an AntiSlavery Society, selection: 71-72
Ammidon, W., 103
Andover Theological Seminary, 22
Antislavery Record, 227
"Appeal of Clerical Abolitionists on Anti-Slavery Measures", 21
Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans ( L. H. Child), 18, 19, 87, 227; selection from: 60-72
Austin, James T., 142
Bacon, B. C., 93
Barney, Nathaniel, 185
Beecher, Catharine E., 152
Beecher, Rev. Lyman, 20, 152, 235
Benedict, S. W., 218
Birney, James G., 21, 22, 23, 171; selection: Birney Frees His Slaves and Writes against Slavery, 171- 178
Bolivar, Simon, quoted, 97
Bond, G., 143
Borden, Nathaniel, 94
Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, 21, 100, 117; selection: Address to the Women of Massachusetts, 100- 103
Boston Juvenile Anti-Slavery Society, 112
Bowditch, W. I., 228
Bronson, Rev. Asa, 94
Brotherhood of Thieves, The ( Stephen S. Foster), selection: 185-192
Brown, John, 5, 24, 61
Buffum, Arnold, 18
Burke, quoted, 97
Burton, Hon. Hutchins G., 108
Calhoun, J. C., 103
Canning, 50n.
Chamberlain, Daniel H., 24
Channing, William Ellery, 142, 199, 203, 206, 207, 225, 226, 230, 237
Chapman, Maria Weston, 103, 228
Charleston Courier, quoted, 178
Child, David Lee, 18, 22, 103, 109; selection: An Abolitionist Condemns the Attempt to Seize Texas from Mexico, 103-109
Child, Lydia Maria, 18, 19, 22, 60, 87, 227; selection from: Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans, 60-71
Clay, Henry, 224, 226, 241-2
Coffin, Joshua, 18
Commercial Advertiser ( N. Y.), quoted, 99
Cornish, Samuel E., 130
Cox, Abraham, L., 130
Crandall, Prudence, 19, 64, 72, 158
Dagget, ----, Judge, 99
Delany, Martin, 197
District of Columbia, 73, 74, 101, 212
Douglass, Frederick, 179, 197; selection: editorial from the North Star, 197-199
Dresser, Amos, 20
Earl, Thomas, 23
Edwards, Jonathan, quoted, 96-7; 98, quoted, 154
Emancipator, The, 22, 228
"'Extinguisher,' The, Extinguished! or David M. Reese, M. D. 'Used Up' ( David Ruggles), 84-86
Fee, J. G., 227
Filler, Louis, quoted, 109
Finley, Robert S., 72
Follen, Charles, 131; selection: speech before the Massachusetts AntiSlavery Society, 131-135
Foster, Stephen S., 185, 229; selection from: The Brotherhood of Thieves, 185-192
Fowler, ----, Rev. Mr., 94
Fox, quoted, 97
Free Press, The, 245
Free Soil Party, 23, 224, 231, 238
Gaines, ----, Gen., 104

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