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abolitionists and the South, 1831-1861

by Stanley Harrold

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Published by University Press of Kentucky in Lexington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southern States
    • Subjects:
    • Antislavery movements -- Southern States -- History -- 19th century,
    • Abolitionists -- Southern States -- History -- 19th century,
    • Southern States -- Social conditions -- 19th century

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStanley Harrold.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE449 .H297 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL30825M
      ISBN 10081310968X
      LC Control Number99010613

      Clay lived at the northern edge of the slave states, in Lexington and Louisville, and even so was constantly subjected to legal harassment and assassination attempts. Further south, you couldn't be an abolitionist and survive. So a book on this topic would unfortunately be a rather thin volume. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian The South Vindicated from the Treason and Fanaticism of the Northern Abolitionists of letters published in newspapers of the day, discussing the origin or slavery, internal improvements, tariffs, and abolitionist arguments. Addeddate Identifier DKC

      Abolitionists hoped to convert the South through the churches, until the withdrawal of Southern Methodists () and Baptists () from association with their Northern brethren. After the demise of the Liberty party, the political abolitionists supported the Free-Soil party in and , and in they voted with the Republican party. The Abolitionists and the South, Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, x + pp. $ (cloth), ISBN Reviewed by Frank Towers (History Dept., Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey) Published on H-CivWar (August, ).

      Undoubtedly, but they knew enough to keep their opinions to themselves. You see, there was no such thing as “freedom of speech” and “freedom of the press” in the Antebellum south as far as slavery was concerned. It was literally against the law to.   Books & Manuscripts appraiser Ken Gloss determined that the original owner of the diary, an abolitionist named Warren, had been moving through the southern states towards the end of .


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Abolitionists and the South, 1831-1861 by Stanley Harrold Download PDF EPUB FB2

Harrold explores the interaction of 1831-1861 book abolitionist, southern white emancipators, and southern black liberators in fostering a continuing antislavery focus on the South, and integrates southern antislavery action into an understanding of abolitionist reform by:   Harrold explores the interaction of northern abolitionist, southern white emancipators, and southern black liberators in fostering a continuing antislavery focus on the South, and integrates southern antislavery action into an understanding of abolitionist reform : Stanley Harrold.

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The Abolitionists and the South, by Stanley Harrold. Published by: The University Press of Kentucky. Book Info. The Abolitionists and the South, Book Description: Within the American antislavery movement, abolitionists were distinct from others in the movement in advocating, on the basis of moral principle, the immediate emancipation of slaves and equal rights for black people.

Instead of focusing on the "immediatists" as products of northern culture, as many previous. The Abolitionists and the South, by Stanley Harrold. Within the American antislavery movement, abolitionists were 1831-1861 book from others in the movement in advocating, on the basis of moral principle, the immediate emancipation of slaves and equal rights for black people.

Instead of focusing on the ""immediatists"" as products of northern culture, as many previous historians have done, Stanley Harrold examines their involvement with antislavery. Some have gone as far as to deem it as one of the causes of the Civil War.

Authored by Harriet Beecher Stowe, a passionate abolitionist, the novel sold roughlycopies in its first year. Its denouncement of slavery fueled the already confrontational spirit between the North and South, who embraced and shunned the novel, respectively. For a fuller picture of how abolitionist activities continued in the South, check out Stanley Harrold's book, The Abolitionists and the South, Here's a useful overview/review: abolitionism, the South, and the United States as a whole.

The abolitionists and the South,Stanley Harrold. The item The abolitionists and the South,Stanley Harrold represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Boston University Libraries. Harrold explores the interaction of northern abolitionists, southern white emancipators, and southern black liberators in fostering a continuing antislavery focus on the South, and integrates southern antislavery action into an understanding of abolitionist reform culture.

The abolitionists and the South, Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, Within the American antislavery movement that reached its peak during the thirty years before the Civil War, abolitionists were the most outspoken opponents of slavery.

About the author. Stanley Harrold, professor of history at South Carolina State University, is the author of Subversives: Antislavery Community in Washington, D.C., and The Abolitionists and the South, read more. Just finished reading - The Abolitionists & the South, by Stanley Harrold I have a research topic in mind that I want to investigate further, so I have been reading anything I can find on antislavery, especially as it pertains to the border states and upper-South, and The Abolitionists & The South was just what I was hoping for.

Abolitionism was illegal in the South, and President Andrew Jackson banned the U.S. Postal Service from delivering any publications that supported the movement. In. Booktopia has The Abolitionists and the South, by Stanley Harrold. Buy a discounted Paperback of The Abolitionists and the South.

The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet It is an book written by Hinton Rowan Helper of North Carolina, which he self-published in New York City. It was a strong attack on slavery as inefficient and a barrier to the economic advancement of whites.

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Abolitionism, also called abolition movement, (c. –), in western Europe and the Americas, the movement chiefly responsible for creating the emotional climate necessary for ending the transatlantic slave trade and chattel slavery. With the decline of Roman slavery in the 5th century, the institution waned in western Europe and by the 11th century had virtually disappeared.The Abolitionists and the South, By Stanley Harrold.

(Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, Pp. Notes, bibliography, index. $) Stanley Harrold's new study of post- s American abolitionism is both informative and provocative. Harrold's central thesis is that the South was a.

My new book, Masterless Men: Poor Whites and Slavery in the Antebellum South, seeks to illuminate the lives of about one-third of the cotton belt’s whites, who owned neither land nor slaves.

By doing so, we can understand more about the labor crisis .