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Benjamin Lundy papers
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Correspondence pertaining chiefly to the antislavery movement. Includes descriptions of Hennepin and Lowell, Illinois, circa 1838-1839. Correspondents include Charles C. Burleigh and members of the Lundy and Vickers families. Other items include a petition to the governor of Coahuila and Texas, Mexico, requesting permission to settle African American families there in 1832; a circular (1837) concerning the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society; poems; and an undated biographical sketch of Benjamin Lundy. The collection includes papers of abolitionist Paxson Vickers.
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Ohio Revisited: Belmont County, Part 08 -- Benjamin Lundy: The Father of Abolitionism. by Henry Howe. St. Clairsville is identified with the history of Benjamin Lundy, who has been called the "Father of Abolitionism" for he first set in motion those moral forces which eventually resulted in the overthrow of American slavery. Charlotte Mankin's book is a fascinating and moving read! She illuminates the life of Benjamin Lundy, a Quaker who played a major role in the movement for emancipation of the slaves. This humble soul devoted his life and energy to the cause of ending slavery.5/5(3).
The Benjamin Lundy Papers provide a remarkable window onto Lundy’s life and times. They include not only Lundy’s correspondence with his friends and family on political topics, but also a series of land and legal contracts with the government of Tamaulipas, Mexico, where Lundy and his friends hoped to establish a colony for freed slaves. First edition of Quaker abolitionist Benjamin Lundy's spirited anti-slavery argument protesting Texas' aggression against Mexico, "showing that this contest is a crusade against Mexico set on foot and supported by slaveholders, land speculators, etc., in order to re-establish, extend and perpetuate the system of slavery and the slave trade.".
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Benjamin Lundy (January 4, – Aug ) was an American Quaker abolitionist from New Jersey of the United States who established several anti-slavery newspapers and traveled widely. He lectured and published seeking to limit slavery's expansion and tried to find a place outside the United States to establish a colony in which freed slaves might tion: Saddler, abolitionist newspaper.
Benjamin Lundy has 47 books on Goodreads with 14 ratings. Benjamin Lundy’s most popular book is The Genius of Universal Emancipation, Vol. September.
Benjamin Lundy. The Genius of Universal Emancipation. Birthplace: Hardwick, NJ Location of death: Lowell, IL Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Friends Cemetery, McNabb, IL.
The American philanthropist Benjamin Lundy, prominent in the anti-slavery conflict, was born of Quaker parentage, at Hardwick, Warren county, New Jersey, on the 4th of January Born: Benjamin Lundy, (born January 4,Sussex County, New Jersey, U.S.—died AugLowell, Illinois), American publisher and leading abolitionist in the s and ’30s.
Born to Quaker parents, Lundy was introduced early on Benjamin Lundy papers book antislavery sentiment, as Quakers condemned the dedication to the abolitionist cause, however, did not begin until he was working as an.
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store/10(K). Benjamin Lundy was an abolitionist opponent of slavery in the years before the American Civil War. Lundy was born on January 4,in Hardwick, New Jersey. His parents belonged to the Society of Friends, and they raised their son to oppose violence and the enslavement of other human beings.
Benjamin Lundy was the editor of the anti-slavery newspaper The Genius of Universal Benjamin Lundy papers book He was the successor to Elihu Embree who had, in the year preceding his untimely death, published the Manumission Intelligencer and the Emancipator, the first ant-slavery newspapers.
Lundy was supported by the Efforts of Elijah Embree, one of his first subscription agents, and Thomas Embree. Page - Son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of Israel: therefore hear the word at my mouth, and give them warning from me.
When I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt surely die ; and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest to warn the wicked from his wicked way, to save his life ; the same wicked man shall die in his iniquity ; but his blood will I require at thine hand.
~ Benjamin Lundy, Benjamin Lundy was born to Quaker parents at Greensville in Sussex County, New Jersey. He was the only child of Joseph and Elizabeth Shotwell Lundy. Well. my papers, books, clothes — everything of value (except my journal in Mexico etc.) are all, all gone — a total sacrifice on the altar of Universal Emancipation.
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The life, travels, and opinions of Benjamin Lundy;: Including his journeys to Texas and Mexico, with a sketch of contemporary events, and a notice of the revolution in Hayti by Lundy, Benjamin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Title James Gillespie Birney papers, Summary Correspondence (), diaries and notebooks (), and newspaper clippings primarily concerning Birney's participation in the antislavery movement, his associations with other abolitionists including Benjamin Lundy, Gerrit Smith, and Theodore Dwight Weld, and the efforts of the American Colonization Society and the Liberty Party.
LUNDY, BENJAMIN (–). Benjamin Lundy, antislavery advocate, was born in Sussex County, New Jersey, of Quaker parentage on January 4, He became active in the antislavery movement in the s. He organized abolitionist societies, lectured extensively, and.
(TEXAS) (SLAVERY) [LUNDY, Benjamin]. The War in Texas; a Review of Facts and Circumstances, Showing that this Contest is a Crusade Against Mexico Philadelphia: Merrihew and Gunn, Octavo, early 20th-century half red cloth and drab boards, paper spine label, patterned endpapers.
: Papers in Illinois History and Transactions (Volume 1): Society, Illinois State Historical: General BooksAuthor: Illinois State Historical Society. Benjamin Lundy () nurtured the antislavery movement in the United States during the s through his newspaper, the Genius of Universal Emancipation.
Benjamin Lundy was born into a New Jersey Quaker family on Jan. 4, Although he had little formal education, he acquired the traits of activism and concern for oppressed people. About this Item: Gale Ecco, Sabin Americana, United States, Paperback.
Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Title: The life, travels and opinions of Benjamin Lundy: including his journeys to Texas and Mexico, with a sketch of cotemporary [sic] events, and a notice of the revolution in thor: Benjamin LundyPublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph.
Benjamin Lundy was an American merchant and author. He was an editor of anti-slavery papers, the Genius of Universal Emancipation and The National Enquirer. An excerpt from The War in Texas, a treatise written by Benjamin Lundy against the pro-slavery implications of the Texas Revolution.
The abolitionist Benjamin Lundy was the editor of an anti-slavery newspaper, The Genius of Universal Emancipation, and a mentor to William Lloyd Garrison. Benjamin Lundy: | | ||| | Benjamin Lundy | | | | |Be World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.
Together, the diverse documents in the Benjamin Lundy Papers help create a collective portrait of the many voices of the anti-slavery movement in the early 19 th century –- and its enduring memory. See Part I of this post here. Thank you to Jess Lamar Reece Holler for this week’s post!
Jess is a graduate student in the Department of Folk.Benjamin Lundy. Born at Greenville, New Jersey, on January 4,Benjamin Lundy was reared on a farm in a Quaker household, where he received little formal education.
Inhe became an apprentice saddlemaker in Wheeling, Virginia (now West Virginia), where he first encountered, and developed a hatred of, slavery.
InLundy organized. This paper is billed as the official organ of the American Anti-Slavery Society. National Enquirer, and Constitutional Advocate of Universal Liberty (New York, NY) Benjamin Lundy published this paper for the Eastern District Executive Committee of the Anti-Slavery Society of Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Freeman continues the title.