Infidelity and Abolitionism. An Open Letter to the Friends of Religion, Morality, and the American Union. [caption title]


Anti-Republican and anti-John C. Fremont (1813–1890) attack during the 1856 presidential election. The author warned that the former advocated for free love and considered Blacks and women as equals to white men. Wendell Phillips was vilified as was Anson Burlingame, among others, for purportedly demanding an “Anti-Slavery Bible, and an Anti-Slavery God.”


Description: Infidelity and Abolitionism. An Open Letter to the Friends of Religion, Morality, and the American Union. [caption title]

[New York?1856]. 7pp. Pamphlet. 8vo. Removed; without wrappers. Soft vertical center crease; spine expertly strengthened with tissue; Good.

[3730665]

LCP, AFRO-AMERICANA 5123.


Price: $50.00

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