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The Anti-Slavery Cause in America and its Martyrs (Cambridge Library Collection - Slavery and Abolition) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 21 nov 2014


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Eliza Wigham (1820–99), Scots philanthropist and champion of women's rights, was raised as a Quaker, and from an early age was involved in fundraising and other support for the abolitionist cause in the United States. She published this short book in 1863, with the aim of countering pressure on the British government to support the Confederacy by describing 'the frightful reality of scenes daily and hourly acting in the United States … a complication of crimes and wrongs and cruelties, that make angels weep'. She takes the story of the American abolitionist movement from its beginnings in Philadelphia in 1775, through the founding of the American Anti-Slavery Society in 1833, to the present state of hostilities between the north and the south. Interwoven with this narrative are stories of individual hardship and cruelty that make harrowing reading, and justify the use of the term 'martyrs' in the book's title.

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Eliza Wigham (1820–99), Scots philanthropist and champion of women's rights, published this short book in 1863. Her aim was to counter pressure on the British government to support the Confederacy in the American Civil War by describing both the history of abolitionism and individual stories of hardship and cruelty.

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