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Boston's Abolitionists

Greenidge, Kerri (Book - 2006)
Boston's Abolitionists
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In the years before the Civil War, Boston's black leaders helped fight slavery from a vibrant African-American community on Beacon Hill.
Authors: Greenidge, Kerri
Title: Boston's abolitionists
Publisher: Beverly, Mass. : Commonwealth Editions, c2006
Characteristics: ix, 65 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
ISBN: 1933212195
Branch Call Number: F73.44 .G74 2006
Statement of Responsibility: Kerri Greenidge
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 59-60) and index.1933212195;
Subject Headings: Boston (Mass.) Race relations Political aspects History 19th century Boston (Mass.) Politics and government 19th century African American abolitionists Massachusetts Boston History 19th century Abolitionists Massachusetts Boston History 19th century Antislavery movements Massachusetts Boston
Topical Term: African American abolitionists
Antislavery movements
LCCN: 2006011328
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