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The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, Volume II: A House Dividing against Itself

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$147.00 • £117.95 • €132.50

ISBN 9780674526617

Publication Date: 01/01/1971

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812 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

5 halftones; 3 line illustrations

Belknap Press

The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison

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  • List of Illustrations
  • Editorial Statement
  • Abbreviations and Short Titles
  • Short Biographies of Antislavery Men and Women
  • I. Aftermath of the Boston Mob: 1836
    • To Henry E. Benson, January 9, 1836
    • To George W. Benson, January 11, 1836
    • To Henry E. Benson, January 16, 1836
    • To Samuel J. May, January 17, 1836
    • To Samuel J. May, January 17, 1836
    • To Henry E. Benson, January 26, 1836
    • To “the President of the Anti-Slavery Convention to be held at Providence, Feb. 2,” January 30, 1836
    • To Isaac Knapp, February 3, 1836
    • To Oliver Johnson, February 10, 1836
    • To Lewis Tappan, February 12, 1836
    • To William Goodell, February 26, 1836
    • To Dutee J. Pearce, February 26, 1836
    • To Lewis Tappan, February 29, 1836
    • To Helen E. Garrison, March 5, 1836
    • To Helen E. Garrison, March 7, 1836
    • To George W. Benson, March 15, 1836
    • To James G. Birney, April 6, 1836
    • To George W. Benson, April 10, 1836
    • To Henry C. Wright, April 11, 1836
    • To Helen E. Garrison, April 16, 1836
    • To Helen E. Garrison, April 18, 1836
    • To Friends of the Anti-Slavery Movement, April 18, 1836
    • To William H. Scott, April 20, 1836
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 5, 1836
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 6, 1836
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 10, 1836
    • To George Benson, September 28, 1836
    • To Henry E. Benson, November 4, 1836
    • To Helen E. Garrison, November 22, 1836
    • To Henry B. Benson, December 3, 1836
    • To Henry B. Benson, December 17, 1836
    • To Mrs. Sarah T. Benson, December 24, 1836
    • To Sarah Benson, December 31, 1836
  • II. Clerical Disaffection: 1837
    • To George W. Benson, January 4, 1837
    • To George W. Benson, January 8, 1837
    • To Caleb Gushing, January 12, 1837
    • To Mary Benson, January 14, 1837
    • To Anna Benson, February 4, 1837
    • To George W. Benson, February 17, 1837
    • To Amos A. Phelps, February 21, 1837
    • To Helen E. Garrison, March 2, 1837
    • To the Editor of the Courier, March 4, 1837
    • To the Editor of the Courier, March 11, 1837
    • To Samuel J. May, March 14, 1837
    • To the Editor of the Courier, March 18, 1837
    • To the Editor of the Courier, March 24, 1837
    • To George W. Benson, April 3, 1837
    • To Mrs. Sarah T. Benson, April 8, 1837
    • To Caleb Cushing, April 11, 1837
    • To Henry C. Wright, April 16, 1837
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 6, 1837
    • To Amos A. Phelps, May 23, 1837
    • To John Farmer, June 6, 1837
    • To George W. Benson, June 14, 1837
    • To Helen E. Garrison, July 1, 1837
    • To Isaac Knapp, August 9, 1837
    • To Orson S. Murray, August 11, 1837
    • To Oliver Johnson, August 14, 1837
    • To J. H. Kimball, August 16, 1837
    • To George V. Benson, August 26, 1837
    • To James T. Woodbury, August 28, 1837
    • To Lewis Tappan, September 13, 1837
    • To George W. Benson, September 16, 1837
    • To George W. Benson, September 23, 1837
    • To Isaac C. Taber, October 9, 1837
    • To James P. Boyce, October 10, 1837
    • To George W. Benson, October 20, 1837
    • To the Editor of the Spectator, October 20, 1837
    • To Elizur Wright, Jr., October 23, 1837
    • To Phoebe Jackson, November 6, 1837
    • To Elizabeth Pease, November 6, 1837
    • To Mrs. Hannah Fifield, November 21, 1837
    • To George W. Benson, December 9, 1837
    • To Samuel J. May, December 30, 1837
  • III. Broadening Interests—Peace and Nonresistance: 1838
    • To Edward M. Davis, January 8, 1838
    • To George W. Benson, January 15, 1838
    • To Mrs. Sarah T. Benson, January 20, 1838
    • To Mrs. Sarah T. Benson, March 5, 1838
    • To George W. Benson, March 10, 1838
    • To George W. Benson, April 7, 1838
    • To Samuel J. May, April 24, 1838
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 4, 1838
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 7, 1838
    • To George Thompson, May 7, 1838
    • To Isaac Knapp, May 8, 1838
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 12, 1838
    • To Mrs. Sarah T. Benson, May 19, 1838
    • To George W. Benson, May 25, 1838
    • To Francis Jackson, June 18, 1838
    • To Edmund Quincy, June 19, 1838
    • To Francis Jackson, June 28, 1838
    • To Samuel J. May, July 13, 1838
    • To Oliver Johnson, August 14, 1838
    • To Erasmus D. Hudson, September 8, 1838
    • To Samuel J. May, September 8, 1838
    • To Helen E. Garrison, September 21, 1838
    • To Mary Benson, September 22, 1838
    • To Helen E. Garrison, September 23, 1838
    • To Sarah Benson, September 24, 1838
    • To Samuel J. May, September 24, 1838
    • To George W. Benson, September 29, 1838
    • To Samuel J. May, October 30, 1838
    • To Mary Benson, December 23, 1838
  • IV. Politics and Women—Divisions within the Ranks: 1839
    • To Samuel J. May, January 4, 1839
    • To George W. Benson, January 5, 1839
    • To Mary S. Parker, January 8, 1839
    • To George W. Benson, January 14, 1839
    • To Harriet Foster, January 14, 1839
    • To John Quincy Adams, February 8, 1839
    • To Mary Benson, February 10, 1839
    • To Friends of Non-Resistance, March 1, 1839
    • To James Mott, March 4, 1839
    • To George W. Benson, March 19, 1839
    • To the Abolitionists of Massachusetts, March 30, 1839
    • To Harriet Foster, April 8, 1839
    • To Arthur and Lewis Tappan, April 8, 1839
    • To Helen E. Garrison, April 22, 1839
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 5, 1839
    • To the Executive of the American Anti-Slavery Society, May 13, 1839
    • To Henry C. Wright, May 20, 1839
    • To Nathaniel P. Rogers, May 21, 1839
    • To the Editor of the Emancipator, May 31, 1839
    • To Wendell Phillips, June 4, 1839
    • To George W. Benson, June 15, 1839
    • To Samuel J. May, June 22, 1839
    • To Amos A. Phelps, July 9, 1839
    • To the Abolitionists of Massachusetts, July 17, 1839
    • To Samuel Osgood, August 2, 1839
    • To Oliver Johnson, August 5, 1839
    • To George Thompson, August 23, 1839
    • To Edmund Quincy and Henry C. Wright, September 14, 1839
    • To George W, Benson, September 30, 1839
    • To Lewis Tappan, et al., November 1, 1839
    • To an Unidentified Friend, December 2, 1839
    • To the Executive Committee of the American Anti-Slavery Society, December 6, 1839
    • To James K. Paulding, December 14, 1839
    • To the Hon. Caleb Gushing, December 16, 1839
  • V. The Great Schism and the European Pilgrimage: 1840
    • To George W. Benson, January 4, 1840
    • To Caleb Cushing, February 10, 1840
    • To Charles Stearns, February 10, 1840
    • To the Abolitionists of the United States, February 28, 1840
    • To Caleb Cushing, March 6, 1840
    • To Gerrit Smith, March 27, 1840
    • To Delegates of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, April 9, 1840
    • To Joshua T. Everett, April 14, 1840
    • To the Abolitionists of the United States, April 24, 1840
    • To George Bradburn, April 24, 1840
    • To Nathaniel P. Rogers, April 24, 1840
    • To Lucretia Mott, April 28, 1840
    • To Richard P. Hunt, May 1, 1840
    • To Gerrit Smith, May 8, 1840
    • To Oliver Johnson, May 12, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 15, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 16, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 19, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 20, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 21, 1840
    • To George W. Benson, May 21, 1840
    • To Oliver Johnson, May 22, 1840
    • To an Unidentified Correspondent, May 22, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 28, 1840
    • To Maria W. Chapman, June 3, 1840
    • To James Garrison, June 4, 1840
    • To an Unidentified Correspondent, June 12, 1840
    • To Edmund Quincy, June 13, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, June 14, 1840
    • To an Unidentified Correspondent, June 14, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, June 15, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, June 15, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, June 29, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, July 3, 1840
    • To Oliver Johnson, July 3, 1840
    • To Oliver Johnson, July 3, 1840
    • To Elizabeth Pease, July 13, 1840
    • To Helen E. Garrison, July 23, 1840
    • To Marcus Gunn, July 27, 1840
    • To Joseph Pease, August 3, 1840.
    • To George W. Benson, August 18, 1840
    • To Anti-Slavery Friends and Coadjutors, August 19, 1840
    • To James G. Barbadoes, Thomas Cole, J. T. Hilton, August 19, 1840
    • To Henry C. Wright, August 23, 1840
    • To Elizabeth Pease, August 31, 1840
    • To Elizabeth Pease, September 1, 1840
    • To Joseph Pease, September 1, 1840
    • To Nathaniel P. Rogers, September 4, 1840
    • To Amos Farnsworth, September 6, 1840
    • To Samuel J. May, September 6, 1840
    • To Mrs. Henry Walker, September 8, 1840
    • To George W. Benson, September 17, 1840
    • To James Garrison, September 17, 1840
    • To Phebe Jackson, September 19, 1840
    • To Elizabeth Pease, September 30, 1840
    • To Joseph Pease, September 30, 1840
    • To Maria W. Chapman, October 5, 1840
    • To His Editorial Chair, October 6, 1840
    • To Maria W. Chapman, October 13, 1840
    • To John A. Collins, October 16, 1840
    • To George W. Benson, November 1, 1840
    • To John A. Collins, December 1, 1840
    • To Elizabeth Pease, December 1, 1840
  • Index of Recipients
  • Index

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