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Fri Mar 21 17:06:54 2014 UTClccn-n500604330.59American slavery as it is; testimony of a thousand witnesses0.760.90Correspondence between the Hon. F.H. Elmore, one of the South Carolina delegation in Congress, and James G. Birney, one of the secretaries of the American Anti-Slavery Society156228588n 5006043394918Amerikanischen Gegensclaverey-GesellschaftAnti-Slavery SocietyAnti-Slavery Society United Stateslccn-n50002440Weld, Theodore Dwight1803-1895comedtlccn-n78081197American Colonization Societylccn-n50037850Jay, William1789-1858lccn-n80045859Garrison, William Lloyd1805-1879lccn-n50011116Phillips, Wendell1811-1884edtlccn-n50011197Birney, James Gillespie1792-1857lccn-n80001490Child, Lydia Maria1802-1880edtlccn-n88108660Thome, James A.(James Armstrong)1813-1873lccn-n86806293Chapman, Maria Weston1806-1885edtlccn-n50050030British and Foreign Anti-slavery SocietyAmerican Anti-Slavery SocietyPeriodicalsControversial literatureBibliographyConstitutionNewspapersPoetryHistoryBiographySermonsAlmanacsUnited StatesSlaveryAntislavery movementsAmerican Anti-Slavery SocietySlaves--Social conditionsAbolitionistsAmerican Colonization SocietySlavery--Societies, etcSlavery in the BibleSlaves--EmancipationWest IndiesSlavery--Law and legislationAntigua and Barbuda--AntiguaTravelJamaicaBarbadosConstitution (United States)AlabamaNew York (State)--New YorkWashington (D.C.)African AmericansCrandall, Reuben,New York Anti-Slavery ConventionTexasSlave tradeTrials (Seditious libel)Social reformersWeld, Theodore Dwight,Slave insurrectionsSlavery--Political aspectsDemocracy--PhilosophyPhillips, Wendell,Garrison, William Lloyd,New York (State)--UticaSlavery--Controversial literatureWest Indies--British West IndiesAfrican Americans--Social conditionsWilliams, James,Lovejoy, Elijah P.--(Elijah Parish),ConstitutionsAlmanacs, AmericanFreedmenSouthern StatesSlavesPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaNew York (State)--New York CountyPennsylvania--Philadelphia CountyMassachusettsGift booksTrials (Sedition)18001827183318341835183618371838183918401841184218431844184518461847184918501851185218531854185518561857185818591860186118621863186418651866186718681869187018831884188618971899190619351955195619611962196519661968196919701971197219751976197719781980198519911996199720002001200220042005200720082010201120122013260325341744326E449ocn040710015ocn082065718ocn460577172ocn460535128ocn460530059183345ocn000006368book18390.59Weld, Theodore DwightAmerican slavery as it is; testimony of a thousand witnessesHistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesControversial literatureProvides the testimonies of ex-slaves describing the social conditions of slaves in the South+-+561913706632465720ocn001481584serial0.73The Anti-slavery recordHistoryPeriodicals56326ocn006686840serial0.81American anti-slavery reporterHistoryPeriodicals48020ocn060721655file18440.81Phillips, WendellThe Constitution a pro-slavery compact, or, Extracts from the Madison papers, etcConstitutionControversial literature46816ocn007185395serial0.79The Anti-slavery examinerHistoryPeriodicalsControversial literature4215ocn000091193book19690.63American Anti-Slavery SocietyProceedings of the American Anti-slavery Society at its third decadeBibliography40520ocn065267540book18380.81Thome, James AEmancipation in the West Indies a six months' tour in Antigua, Barbadoes, and Jamaica, in the year 18373975ocn000107779book19690.63Weld, Theodore DwightSlavery and the internal slave trade in the United States38020ocn004551885serial0.86The Liberty bellPeriodicals37414ocn011306107serial0.76National anti-slavery standardHistoryPeriodicalsNewspapersWebsite provides keyword access to a database containing the full text of articles from the National anti-slavery standard32913ocn659324990file18360.81A Collection of valuable documents32524ocn085795766file18360.86American Anti-Slavery SocietyPlatform of the American Anti-Slavery Society and its auxiliariesConstitution31011ocn001643233file0.79American Anti-Slavery SocietyThe quarterly anti-slavery magazinePeriodicals3064ocn060721201com18440.84The Anti-Texass [sic] legion protest of some free men, states and presses against the Texass [sic] rebellion against the laws of nature and of nationsControversial literature30413ocn000047309book18400.70Hatfield, Edwin FFreedom's lyre; or, Psalms, hymns, and sacred songs for the slave and his friendsPoetryMusic27013ocn065267542com18370.79Weld, Theodore DwightThe Bible against slavery; or, An inquiry into the genius of the Mosaic system, and the teachings of the Old Testament on the subject of human rightsControversial literature24814ocn012057207serial0.81The American anti-slavery almanac, for ... : calculated for Boston, New York, and PittsburghPeriodicalsAlmanacsControversial literature24822ocn013131138book18380.84Williams, JamesNarrative of James Williams, an American slave, who was for several years a driver on a cotton plantation in AlabamaHistoryBiographySources24210ocn006311649serial0.73Anti-slavery tractsHistoryPeriodicalsControversial literature24012ocn317695226book18370.86Green, BeriahThe martyr a discourse in commemoration of the martyrdom of the Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy : delivered in Broadway Tabernacle, New York, and in the Bleeker Street Church, UticaBiographySermons123341ocn000013090book18350.76Jay, WilliamInquiry into the character and tendency of the American colonization, and American anti-slavery societies42711ocn011115739book18390.66Birney, James GillespieA letter on the political obligations of abolitionistsControversial literature3475ocn761845602file20110.63Muelder, Owen WTheodore Dwight Weld and the American Anti-Slavery SocietyHistoryBiography"This volume chronicles the founding, development, and mission of the American Anti-Slavery Society, the contributions of Theodore Dwight Weld, and the crusading efforts of the agents he assembled. With the most complete list to date of the identities of the Seventy, this work constitutes a valuable contribution to the history of the abolitionist movement"--Provided by publisher+-+614819132534012ocn017961359serial0.73American Anti-Slavery SocietyAnnual report of the American Anti-Slavery SocietyHistoryPeriodicals27820ocn183096032book18380.90Birney, James GillespieCorrespondence between the Hon. F.H. Elmore, one of the South Carolina delegation in Congress, and James G. Birney, one of the secretaries of the American Anti-Slavery Society2724ocn802183113book20130.79McDaniel, W. CalebThe problem of democracy in the age of slavery : Garrisonian abolitionists and transatlantic reformHistoryBiography"In The Problem of Democracy in the Age of Slavery, W. Caleb McDaniel sets forth a new interpretation of the Garrisonian abolitionists, stressing their deep ties to reformers and liberal thinkers in Great Britain and Europe. The group of American reformers known as "Garrisonians" included, at various times, some of the most significant and familiar figures in the history of the antebellum struggle over slavery: Wendell Phillips, Frederick Douglass, and William Lloyd Garrison himself. Between 1830 and 1870, American abolitionists led by Garrison developed extensive networks of friendship, correspondence, and intellectual exchange with a wide range of European reformers--Chartists, free trade advocates, Irish nationalists, and European revolutionaries. Garrison signaled the importance of these ties to his movement with the well-known cosmopolitan motto he printed on every issue of his famous newspaper, The Liberator: "Our Country is the World--Our Countrymen are All Mankind." That motto serves as an impetus for McDaniel's study, which shows that Garrison and his movement must be placed squarely within the context of transatlantic mid-nineteenth-century reform. Through exposure to contemporary European thinkers--such as Alexis de Tocqueville, Giuseppe Mazzini, and John Stuart Mill--Garrisonian abolitionists came to understand their own movement not only as an effort to mold public opinion about slavery but also as a measure to defend democracy in an Atlantic World still dominated by aristocracy and monarchy. While convinced that democracy offered the best form of government, Garrisonians recognized that the persistence of slavery in the United States revealed problems with the political system. They identified the participation of minority agitators as part of the process in a healthy democratic society. Ultimately, Garrisonians' transatlantic activities reveal their deep patriotism, their interest in using public opinion to affect American politics, and their similarities to other antislavery groups. By following Garrisonian abolitionists across the Atlantic Ocean and exhaustively documenting their international networks, McDaniel challenges many of the timeworn stereotypes that still cling to their movement. He argues for a new image of Garrison's band as politically savvy, intellectually sophisticated liberal reformers, who were well informed about transatlantic debates regarding the problem of democracy."--Publisher's website2699ocn317695173com18360.86Crandall, ReubenThe trial of Reuben Crandall, M.D. charged with publishing and circulating seditious and incendiary papers, &c., in the District of Columbia with the intent of exciting servile insurrectionTrials, litigation, etc2363ocn065267410file18380.84American Anti-Slavery SocietyThe constitution of the American Anti-Slavery Society with the declaration of the National Anti-Slavery Convention at Philadelphia, December, 1833, and the address to the public23212ocn506054843com18360.90Crandall, ReubenThe trial of Reuben Crandall, M.D. charged with publishing seditious libels by circulating the publications of the American Anti-Slavery Society : before the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia, held at Washington, in April, 1836, occupying the court the period of ten daysTrials, litigation, etc2029ocn697707593file18360.86American Anti-Slavery SocietyPlatform of the American Anti-Slavery Society and its auxiliariesConstitution1885ocn228669701file18330.86American Anti-Slavery SocietyDeclaration of sentiments of the American Anti-Slavery Society adopted at the formation of said Society, in Philadelphia, on the 4th day of December, 18331783ocn065308566file18350.81Reese, David MeredithLetters to the Hon. William Jay, being a reply to his "Inquiry into the American colonization and American anti-slavery societies."Controversial literature17110ocn607351117com18380.84Ruggles, DavidAn antidote for a poisonous combination recently prepared by a "Citizen of New-York," alias Dr. Reese, entitled, "An appeal to the reason and religion of American Christians," &c. : also, David Meredith Reese's "Humbugs" dissectedControversial literature1716ocn017961367serial0.63American Anti-Slavery SocietyAnnual report of the Executive Committee of the American Anti-Slavery SocietyPeriodicals1678ocn065308577file18350.88Jay, WilliamSlavery in America, or, An inquiry into the character and tendency of the American Colonization and the American Anti-Slavery Societies1669ocn795890703file18330.88American Anti-Slavery SocietyThe declaration of sentiments and constitution of the American Anti-Slavery Society together with all those parts of the Constitution of the United States which are supposed to have any relation to slaveryConstitutionControversial literature1634ocn000089523book18380.63Birney, James GillespieCorrespondence between the Hon. F.H. Elmore and James G. Birney1629ocn014057337book18550.88Chapman, Maria Weston"How can I help to abolish slavery?", or, Counsels to the newly convertedConstitutionControversial literature1497ocn085795763book18330.88Anti-slavery ConventionProceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention, assembled at Philadelphia, December 4, 5, and 6, 1833Conference proceedingsConstitutionControversial literature1332ocn002208521book18350.86Thomas, WilliamThe enemies of the Constitution discovered, or, An inquiry into the origin and tendency of popular violence containing a complete and circumstantial account of the unlawful proceedings at the city of Utica, October 21st, 1835 : the dispersion of the State Anti-slavery Convention by the agitators, the destruction of a democratic press, and of the causes which led thereto, together with a concise treatise on the practice of the court of His Honor Judge Lynch ...Controversial literature+-+5619137066324+-+5619137066324Fri Mar 21 15:46:31 EDT 2014batch47401