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Definition of Abolitionists

Abolitionist
Abolitionist Ab`o*li"tion*ist, n. A person who favors the abolition of any institution, especially negro slavery.

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- John Brown Museum American Abolitionism American Abolitionists, comprehensive list of abolitionists and anti-slavery activists and organizations in the...
- Retrieved 3 October 2018. Official site The Abolitionists on IMDb Blog.OurRescue.org/the-abolitionists Human rights portal ****uality portal Business...
- This is a listing of notable opponents of slavery, often called abolitionists. African Methodist Episcopal Church (American) American Anti-Slavery Society...
- Henry Box Brown William Wells Brown Ellen and William Craft Thomas Dalton Moses ****son Charles Remond Dougl**** Frederick Dougl**** James Forten Margaretta...
- reports that hundreds of abolitionists were involved, were relieved the effort was so small, but feared other abolitionists would emulate Brown and attempt...
- man and a brother?" became a catchphrase used by British and American abolitionists. In 1787, Josiah Wedgwood designed a medallion for the British anti-slavery...
- black abolitionists, instead, focusing much of their scholarship on a few black abolitionists, such as Frederick Dougl****. Black abolitionists, though...
- American mixed-race child born into slavery who became a symbol used by abolitionists before the Civil War to advance the cause of ending slavery in the U...
- aghast and fearful of the reaction that the pamphlet would provoke. Many abolitionists thought Walker's views were extreme. Historians and liberation theologians...
- Mural of Frederick Dougl****, Falls Road, Belfast. Abolitionists and Irish nationalists often made common cause....
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