Patterns of antislavery among American Unitarians, 1831-1860
The story of the Unitarian denomination and the antislavery crisis, spanning the years 1831 to 1860. Within the chronological history a typological approach has been taken, and the study concentrates on the activity of individual Unitarian ministers and laymen as antislavery reformers.
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The Patterns and Achievement of the Antislavery
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A.U.A. Annual Report abolition abolitionism abolitionists American Antislavery Society American Unitarian Association annual meeting antislavery movement antislavery reformers April August Autumnal Convention Boston Bowditch Channing's Child Papers Christian Inquirer Christian Register Clarke Papers Colonization congregation Deborah Weston December declared disunion Eliot Eliza Ellis Gray Loring emancipation England Estlin Free Soil freedom friends Fugitive Slave Law Gannett Garrison and Garrison Garrisonian George Hale Hereafter cited Houghton James Freeman Clarke January John Gorham Palfrey John Pierpont July June letter Liberator Library Loring Family Papers Louisa Loring Lydia Maria Child Maria Weston Chapman May's Mifflin moral Negro North October Palfrey Papers Parkman Pease political abolitionists preached Protest radical abolitionists religious resolutions Samuel sermon Simmons slaveholders slavery Southern Sumner Syracuse Theodore Parker Thomas Wentworth Higginson tion title supplied Unitarian Church Unitarian denomination Unitarian minister vote Wayland Weston Papers William Ellery Channing William Henry William Lloyd Garrison women wrote York