Patterns of antislavery among American Unitarians, 1831-1860

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Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1977 - Religion - 308 pages
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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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Prologue
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The Patterns and Achievement of the Antislavery
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Antislavery as Religion18311840
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