The Rise of Aggressive Abolitionism: Addresses to the Slaves

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University Press of Kentucky
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pp. 64-68: "Munro" at the 1843 convention. Harrold says Munroe spoke in favor of Garnett's call for a slave revolt, citing "Minutes of the National Convention of Colored Citizens."

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AMBIGUOUS MANIFESTOS
17
CIRCUMSTANCES
37
PROCEEDINGS
53
GOALS AND REACTIONS
71
ABOLITIONISTS AND SLAVES
97
CONVERGENCE
117
CONCLUSION
141
ADDRESS OF THE ANTISLAVERY CONVENTION OF THE STATE OF NEWYORK HELD IN PETERBORO JANUARY 19TH 1842 TO THE SL...
153
RIGHTS OF A FUGITIVE SLAVE NATHANIEL E JOHNSON
163
ADDRESS TO THE SLAVES OF THE UNITED STATES WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON
169
AN ADDRESS TO THE SLAVES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA REJECTED BY THE NATIONAL CONVENTION 1848 HENRY HIG...
179
A LETTER TO THE AMERICAN SLAVES FROM THOSE WHO HAVE FLED FROM AMERICAN SLAVERY GERRIT SMITH
189
NOTES
197
Bibliography
223
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