The Abolitionist Sisterhood: Women's Political Culture in Antebellum America

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Jean Fagan Yellin, John C. Van Horne
Cornell University Press, 1994 - History - 363 pages
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Contents

A Historiographical Essay
23
The Boston Female AntiSlavery Society
45
Philadelphias Black
101
Sojourner Truth
139
Fighting against Racial Prejudice
159
Method and Ideology in Womens
179
Abolitionist and Antiabolitionist Images
201
Abby Kelley and the Process of Liberation
231
The Political Culture
249
The Antislavery Women and Nonresistance
275
American and British
301
Bibliographical Notes
335
Notes on Contributors
341
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