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This five-volume documentary collection--culled from a global archival seek that became up over 14,000 letters, speeches, pamphlets, essays, and newspaper editorials--reveals how black abolitionists represented the middle of the antislavery circulation. whereas the 1st volumes reflect on black abolitionists within the British Isles and Canada (the domestic of a few 60,000 black americans at the eve of the Civil War), the rest volumes study the actions and evaluations of black abolitionists within the usa from 1830 till the tip of the Civil warfare. specifically, those volumes concentrate on their reactions to African colonization and the belief of sluggish emancipation, the Fugitive Slave legislations, and the promise introduced by means of emancipation throughout the conflict.

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