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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John R McKivigan
ISBN: 0815331061 9780815331063
OCLC Number: 42708225
Description: xvi, 408 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Evangelicalism and "immediate emancipation" in American antislavery thought / Anne C. Loveland --
Methodist anti-slavery tradition, 1784-1844 / Lewis M. Purifoy --
First radical abolitionists : the Reverend James Milligan and the reformed Presbyterians of Vermont / Randolph A. Roth --
Revolution and reform : the antebellum Jewish abolitionists / Jayme A. Sokolow --
Confidence and pertinacity in evangelical abolitionism : Lewis Tappan's circle / Lawrence J. Friedman --
Abolitionists and the benevolent societies, 1831-1861 / Clifford S. Griffin --
Methodist schism of 1844 and the popularization of antislavery sentiment / Donald G. Mathews --
Christian anti-slavery convention movement of the northwest / John R. McKivigan --
Abolitionism and the Presbyterian schism of 1837-1838 / C. Bruce Staiger --
La Roy Sunderland : the alienation of an abolitionist / J.R. Jacob --
Abolitionist missionary activities in North Carolina / Clifton H. Johnson --
Antislavery "comeouter" sects : a neglected dimension of the abolitionist movement / John R. McKivigan --
Hearing the antislavery rank-and-file : the Wesleyan Methodist schism of 1843 / Chris Padgett --
Adin Ballou's Hopedale community and the theology of antislavery / Lewis Perry --
American Missionary Association in Southern Illinois, 1856-1862 : case story in the abolition movement / Edgar F. Raines Jr. --
Lord's free man : Charles G. Finney and his abolitionism / James David Essig --
Moral choices : two Indiana Quaker communities and the abolitionist movement / Thomas D. Hamm [and others] --
Revival religion and antislavery politics / John L. Hammond --
Beyond immediate emancipation : Johnathan Blanchard, abolitionism, and the emergence of American fundamentalism / Richard S. Taylor.
Series Title: History of the American abolitionist movement, 2.
Responsibility: edited with introductions by John R. McKivigan.
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