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negro"s friend; or, The Sheffield anti-slavery album.

negro"s friend; or, The Sheffield anti-slavery album.

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Published by J. Blackwell [etc.] in Sheffield .
Written in English


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Generally attributed to the editorship of Samuel Roberts.

ContributionsRoberts, Samuel.
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Open LibraryOL20724102M

  Negroes and negro "slavery"; the first, an inferior race--the latter, its normal condition by Van Evrie, John H., Description: A slave hanging from a tree by one hand is whipped by a white man. Includes dwelling.

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30 Day Replacement Guarantee. Free Shipping. Cash On Delivery. Mary Anne Rawson () arguably had the greatest influence on the anti-slavery movement in Sheffield.

Rawson was a prominent anti-slavery activist born in Sheffield to a wealthy family. She supported a number of societies which featured promoting education and religion among the poor.

Her key focus however was the anti-slavery movement. Sheffield University Library holds the 'Montgomery Manuscripts' - letters, poems, illustrations and personal recollections of Montgomery and his friends as well as 'The Negro's Album.

appeal of the Friends of the Negro to the British people on behalf of the Slaves in their Colonies”. This pamphlet was mainly given ‘to the poor of this town’, through female collectors and schools. The Fifth Annual Report of the Sheffield Ladies Anti-Slavery Society for (Sheffield Local Studies Library: Local Pamphlets Vol.

No 1).Slavery in the South; first-hand accounts of the antebellum American Southland from northern & southern whites, Negroes, & foreign observers Farrar, Straus New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

The Atlantic and slavery, by the Hon. H.A. Wyndham; a report in the study group series of the Royal Institute of International Affairs Oxford University Press, H. [microform] American Anti-Slavery Society New York Australian/Harvard Citation.

Garrison, William Lloyd. No compromise with slavery: An address deliverd to the Broadway Tabernacle, New York, Febru [microform] American Anti-Slavery Society New York. Wikipedia Citation. "A vindication of the address, to the inhabitants of the British settlements, on the slavery of the Negroes in America, in answer to a pamphlet entitled, "Slavery not forbidden by Scripture; or A defence of the West-India planters from the aspersions thrown out against them by the author of the Address.

Page 93 - Negro is thus sufficient to demonstrate the specific character, or to show the diversity of race, that great fact is still more obviously and with equal certainty revealed in the form, attitude, and other external qualities.

The Negro is incapable of an erect or direct perpendicular posture. The general structure of his limbs, the form of the pelvis, the spine, the way the head is. The collection includes reminiscences of Montgomery, poems and manuscripts by him, printed works and illustrations.

Also included is a scrapbook entitled “Negro’s album of the Sheffield Anti-Slavery Society, ”, and material by and about Montgomery assembled by Mary Anne Rawson (née Read). The collection comprises original manuscripts of verse and prose contributions to The Bow in the Cloud; correspondence of the compiler and editor, Mary Rawson; a minute book of the Sheffield Female Anti-Slavery Society, with letters, notes, and drafts of minutes; and a transcript of miscellaneous poems concerning collection constitutes an important source for the history of.

The Negro's friend, or, The Sheffield anti-slavery album Published: () Judicial cases concerning American slavery and the Negro / Published: () Slavery and anti-slavery a history of the great struggle in both hemispheres: with a view of the slavery question in the United States / by: Goodell, William.

Townsend, Elizabeth Heyrick, Mary Lloyd, Sarah Wedgwood, Sophia Sturge and the other women at the meeting decided to form the Birmingham Ladies Society for the Relief of Negro Slaves (later the group changed its name to the Female Society for Birmingham).

(5) The group "promoted the sugar boycott, targeting shops as well as shoppers, visiting.Considerations on Negro slavery Paperback – (page 19 of the " Substance of the Debate," published by the Anti-Slavery Society) expressed himself as follows: -" I will now take the liberty ' of reading a short extract of a letter which, on "the 11th of last April, I addressed to my ho"norable friend opposite, in order to put Author: Edinburgh Society for Slavery.This short children's book was written and published by R.G.

Williams for the American Anti-Slavery Society in New York in By this time there was a large amount of literature created by the various benevolent societies aimed at young people.

They all attempted to blend moral teachings with entertainment and education.