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Crusade against slavery

friends, foes, and reforms, 1820-1860

by Louis Filler

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Published by Reference Publications in Algonac, Mich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Antislavery movements -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLouis Filler.
      ContributionsFiller, Louis, 1912-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE449 .F493 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination389 p. :
      Number of Pages389
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2548128M
      ISBN 100917256298, 0917256301
      LC Control Number85030100

      the crusade against slavery. STUDY. PLAY. american colonization society. worked carefully to challenge slavery without challenging property rights or southren sensabilities. roposed a gradual manumission (or freeing) of slaves, with masters recieving compensation through funds raised by private charity or appropriated by state legislatures.   The abolitionist movement was the effort to end slavery, led by famous abolitionists like Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth and John Brown.

        Theodore Dwight Weld, The Bible Against Slavery () 53 Alexander Crummell, "An Address to the British Antislavery Society" () 59 James Freeman Clarke, Slavery in the United States () 63 Alexander McLeod, Negro Slavery Unjustifiable ( and ) 70 Robert Dale Owen, The Wrong of Slavery () 81 III. The Abolitionist Crusade, Pages: THE CRUSADE AGAINST SLAVERY o Antislavery movement was not new to the mid-nineteenth century. o There had been efforts even before the Revolution to limit, and even eliminate, the institution. o Those efforts had helped remove slavery from most of the North by the end of the eighteenth century and had led to the legal prohibitionFile Size: KB.

      Get this from a library! The crusade against slavery, [Louis Filler]. THE ORIGINS OF THE QUAKER CRUSADE AGAINST SLAVERY: A REVIEW OF RECENT LITERATURE By J. William Frost* Before the outpouring of books on the American Revolution during the Bicentennial, the most popular topics in American history were the causes and consequences of slavery and the Civil War. Considering the importance.


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Louis Filler () was a Fulbright fellow at the University of Bristol and taught as a visiting professor in literature and history departments from the City University of New York to the University of California, San Francisco.

His books include the classic Muckrakers, best-selling Crusade Against Slavery, Dictionary of American Social Reform, Unknown, Edwin Markham, Dictionary of Cited by: Read this book on Questia.

The Crusade against Slavery, by Louis Filler, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of The Crusade against Slavery. This book revisits the lives of the slaves Coles freed, including a noted preacher and contributor to the founding of what is now the second-oldest black Baptist organization in America.

Crusade Against Slavery details Coles's struggles with frontier life and his surprise run and election to the office of Illinois governor as well as his. The obvious result of years of research, this latest volume in the Harper ""American Nation"" series presents a detailed, readable and well-documented study of the growth and crystallization of pre-Civil War anti-slavery sentiment in America.

Stressing the fact that not all anti-slavery adherents were abolitionists, the author writes of the beginnings of the anti-slavery movement after the.

In Crusade Yet never before has a full-length book detailed his remarkable life story and his role in the struggle to free all slaves. In Crusade Against Slavery, Kurt E.

Leichtle and Bruce G. Carveth correct this oversight with the first modern and complete biography of a unique but little-known and quietly influential figure in American history.3/5.

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Book Reviews that the changing emphasis causes the central theme to suffer because it is assigned repeatedly to a secondary role. It is regrettable tiiat the authors failed to give a title to each of the fifteen chapters.

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provoked so much passion and fury as the struggle over slavery. Many of the problems that were a part of that great debate are still with us. Louis Filler has brought together much information both known and new on those who organized to defeat slavery. He has also re-examined the anti-slavery movement's ideals, heroes, and martyrs with.

Yet never before has a full-length book detailed his remarkable life story and his role in the struggle to free all slaves. In Crusade Against Slavery, Kurt E. Leichtle and Bruce G. Carveth correct this oversight with the first modern and complete biography of a unique but little-known and quietly influential figure in American : "Crusade Against Slavery: Edward Coles, Pioneer of Freedom by Kurt E.

Leichtle and Bruce Carveth is a laudable biography of Edward Coles, who was private secretary to President James Madison and later Illinois's second governor, who left his imprint on the nation's history by resolutely combating a proslavery movement in Illinois during the.

The Bible was made a standard text-book both for and against slavery. Hebrew and Christian experiences were exploited in the interest of the contending parties in this crucial controversy.

Churches of the same name and order were divided among themselves and became half pro-slavery and half anti-slavery. Along with the crusade against. It has been too readily assumed that the "moral struggle" against slavery in the 's became transformed, from tointo a "political struggle" which diminished the value of the abolitionists.

The present volume traces the relationship of antislavery to abolition, and probes their connection with the several reforms which dominated the period. DOI link for The Crusade Against Slavery.

The Crusade Against Slavery book. The Crusade Against Slavery. DOI link for The Crusade Against Slavery. The Crusade Against Slavery book. By Louis Filler. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Cited by: Louis Filler (Aug – Decem ) was a Russian-born American teacher and a widely published scholar specializing in American studies.

He was born in Dubossary, in the Kherson Governorate of the Russian Empire (present-day Transnistria), to Jewish parents, and emigrated to the United States in Raised in Philadelphia, Filler attended Central High School. The crusade against slavery, she wrote, who became a leading abolitionist speaker, was the nation's preeminent "school in which human rights are investigated." Lydia Maria Child's popular treatise ofAn Appeal in Favor of That Class of Americans Called Africans.

insisted that blacks were fellow countrymen, not foreigners, idea that. Get this from a library. The crusade against slavery, [Louis Filler] -- It has been too readily assumed that the "moral struggle" against slavery in the 's became transformed, from tointo a "political struggle" which diminished the value of the.

Slavery was the subordination of nearly four million Negroes to the status of beasts of the field, insofar as possible, in a nation dedicated to freedom and equality for all men.

Slavery was a deadly virus which twisted and distorted intellectual processes, social attitudes, and religious philosophy. In "Crusade Against Slavery," Kurt E. Leichtle and Bruce G. Carveth correct this oversight with the first modern and complete biography of a unique but little-known and quietly influential figure in.

Throughout the colonial period and after the Revolutionary War slavery was accepted by most U.S. citizens as a normal and inevitable aspect of their affairs.

This book traces the history of U.S. slavery from until the beginning of the Civil War period. Chapter 1 addresses the early establishment and challenges of slavery, while chapters 2 and 3 describe how abolitionists and reformers Cited by: 4. An abolitionist broadside featured in the Boston's Crusade Against Slavery exhibition.

Houghton Library. Please visit the online exhibition Boston's Crusade Against project is a student-curated exhibition about Boston's central role in the struggle against slavery.The Crusade Against Slavery.

DOI link for The Crusade Against Slavery. The Crusade Against Slavery bookAuthor: Louis Filler.Yet never before has a full-length book detailed his remarkable life story and his role in the struggle to free all slaves. In Crusade Against Slavery, Kurt E.

Leichtle and Bruce G. Carveth correct this oversight with the first modern and complete biography of a unique but little-known and quietly influential figure in American history.