American liberties and American slavery morally and politically illustrated. by S. B. Treadwell

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Published by Negro Universities Press in New York .

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  • Slavery -- United States.

Edition Notes

Reprint of the 1838 ed.

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LC ClassificationsE449 .T78 1969b
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Pagination466 p.
Number of Pages466
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Open LibraryOL5632042M
LC Control Number68058071

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Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: SECTION XXXVI Treadwell's Independence Day address to an anti-slavery group prompted suggestions that he publish his abolition arguments. Selling his business, he moved to Rochester, where he penned the book American Liberties and American Slavery Morally and Politically Illustrated, a systematic rebuttal of the most common objections to abolition.

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