!!> BOOKS ✴ Abolitionists of South Central Pennsylvania ✪ Author Cooper Wingert – New-books.run

Abolitionists of South Central Pennsylvania Close To The Mason Dixon Line, South Central Pennsylvania Was A Magnet For Slave Catchers And Abolitionists Alike Influenced By Religion And Empathy, Local Abolitionists Risked Their Reputations, Fortunes And Lives In The Pursuit Of What They Believed Was Right The Sister Of Benjamin Lundy, One Of America S Most Famous Abolitionists, Married Into An Adams County Family And Spent Decades Helping Runaway Slaves On The Underground Railroad National Figures Such As Frederick Douglass Toured The Region, Delivering Antislavery Orations To Mixed Receptions In , John Brown Planned His Harpers Ferry Raid From Chambersburg While Local Abolitionists Concealed His Identity Author Cooper Wingert Reveals The History Of The Antislavery Movement In South Central Pennsylvania

!!> BOOKS ✴ Abolitionists of South Central Pennsylvania  ✪ Author Cooper Wingert – New-books.run
  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Abolitionists of South Central Pennsylvania
  • Cooper Wingert
  • 20 November 2017
  • 9781467139144

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4 thoughts on “Abolitionists of South Central Pennsylvania

  1. says:

    This was a very informative and eye opening book regarding the role South Central Pennsylvanians had in the abolitionist movement I feel the author did a commendable job covering the overlooked role local African Americans had in antislavery as well Anyway, here is one of my favorite quotes from the book, as said by then jailed abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison It is a shame I have done so little for the people of color A few white victims must be sacrificed to open the eyes of this nation, and to show the tyranny of our laws I am willing to be persecuted, imprisoned, and bound for advocating African rights, and I should deserve to be a slave myself, if I shrunk from that duty or danger.

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