Encyclopedia of Antislavery and Abolition, Volume 1

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Peter P. Hinks
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007 - Antislavery movements - 796 pages
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Volume one of a two volume set featuring alphabetically arranged entries that cover a wide range of topics related to the antislavery movement and abolitionist activities in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, highlighting people and events that played a key role in ending slavery in the United States.
 

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Encyclopedia of antislavery and abolition

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Both of these two entries in Greenwood's "Milestones in African American History" series offer a solid foothold for high school or college students beginning research on slave resistance or abolition ... Read full review

Contents

A
1
B
75
C
145
D
205
E
231
F
249
G
283
H
315
I
345
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Hicks is lecturer in history at Yale University.

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