The Controversy over the Distribution of Abolition Literature 1830-1860.
Study of the publication and distribution through the mails of abolitionist and anti-slavery literature and newspapers. Examines the publications of such abolitionist journalists as Elihu Embree (Manumission Intelligencer and The Emancipator), Benjamin Lundy (Genius of Universal Emancipation), and William Lloyd Garrison (The Liberator) and other abolitionists such as John Rankin and David Walker.
Description: The Controversy over the Distribution of Abolition Literature 1830-1860.
[Washington, D.C.]: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc., 1938. First Edition. xv, , 141 pages. 8vo. Green cloth with black titling. Mild staining to green cloth binding; Very Good.
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