Northern Labor and Antislavery: A Documentary History

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Index
Abbeville County (S.C.), 63
Adams, John Quincy, 107
Amringe, H. Van, 226
Ansdell, B.A., xxii
Aptheker, Herbert, xv
Ashworth, John, xxv
Associationists, discussed by antislavery newspaper, 152-56
Averill, Clementine, writes letter to Jeremiah Clemens, 58-61
Atchison, David R., 68, 245
Axe Laid To The Root ( England), xi
Bailey, Gamaliel, xx
Bayley, A.L., comments on incompatibility of slavery and freedom, 99-101
Beaufort County (S.C.), 63
Barnett, Morris, The Serious Family, 265
Bede, Adam, xx
Beecher, Henry Ward, Rev., 249, 250
Benjamin, Judah P., 262
Bickerstaffe, Isaac, The Hypocrite, 265
Birney, James G., xx. 136, 138, 139
Blackett, Richard, xi
Blackwood's ( England), 196, 197
Blunt, Joseph, 247
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 15
Boston Navy Yard, strike against employment of blacks, 272
Boston Patriot ( Mass.), 235
Bourne, William Oland, 262
Briancourt, Mathieu, The Organization of Labor and Association, 27, 152
Brown, A.H., 218, 219
Brown, John, xix; memorialized, 250
Brown, William Wells, xi
Brownson, Orestes, 2-6
Buffum, James N., 26, 214
Buren, Martin Van, 73
Burritt, Elihu, 134, 232
Calhoun, John C., 72, 224, 260
Carlyle, Thomas, 3, 26
Cass, Lewis, 151
Channing, William Ellery, 117, 118; exchanges views with William Lloyd Garrison, 168-70
Channing, William Henry, 25, 26, 167
Charleston County (S.C.), 63

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  • Recent Titles in Contributions in American History ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Notes xxvii
  • I- Wage Labor and Chattel Slavery 1
  • II- Abolition Addresses Labor 83
  • III- Land Monopoly, Universal Reform and Slavery 126
  • IV- Voices of Labor on Slavery and Abolition 195
  • V- From the 1850s Crisis to Civil War 242
  • Index 297
  • About the Editors *
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