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  • John Brown (9 May 1800 – 2 December 1859) was an American abolitionist who advocated and practiced insurrection as a means to the abolition of slavery
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  • Wendell Phillips (category Abolitionists)
    1811 – 2 February 1884), born in Boston, Massachusetts, was an American abolitionist, Native American advocate and orator. Revolutions are not
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  • renowned in her day as a controversial journalist, political economist, abolitionist and life-long feminist. If a test of civilization be sought, none can
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  • March 1879) was an American author and clergyman, as well as a noted abolitionist. Irony is jesting hidden behind gravity. Humor is gravity concealed
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  • Beilby Porteus (category Abolitionists)
    London (May 8, 1731 – May 13, 1809) was an Anglican reformer and leading abolitionist. He was the first Anglican in a position of authority to seriously challenge
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  • October, 1835 – 29 May, 1907) was an American newspaper editor, poet and Abolitionist. I won a noble fame; But with a sudden frown, The people snatched
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  • John Greenleaf Whittier (category Abolitionists)
    (17 December 1807 – 7 September 1892) was an American Quaker poet and abolitionist. Shoot, if you must, this old gray head, But spare
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  • Adin Ballou (category Abolitionists)
    (23 April 1803 – 5 August 1890) was an American Unitarian minister, abolitionist and pacifist. But now, instead of discussion and argument, brute force
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  • own affairs, not prohibited by the Constitution; that all efforts, by abolitionists or others, made to induce Congress to interfere with questions of slavery
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  • John Brown may refer to: John Brown (abolitionist) John Brown (essayist) This is a disambiguation page; that is, one that points to other pages that might
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  • 1725 – 21 December 1807) was a British slave trader who later became an abolitionist and converted to Christianity. He came to be a clergyman and songwriter
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  • British literary magazine The Eclectic Review, the Nonconformist and abolitionist newspaper The Patriot, the author of romantic verses, poetry, and many
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  • end, advocated a vegan diet before the term was coined. He was also an abolitionist and an advocate for women's rights. Believe, youth, despite all temptations
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  • Thomas Wentworth Higginson (category Abolitionists)
    22, 1823 – May 9, 1911) was an American Unitarian minister, author, abolitionist, and soldier. He was active in the American Abolitionism movement during
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  • John James Ingalls (category Abolitionists)
    John James Ingalls (December 29, 1833 – August 16, 1900) was an American politician. The purification of politics is an iridescent dream. Epigram, reported
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  • the principle of abolition in her own life. Veganism is the one truly abolitionist goal that we can all achieve—and we can achieve it immediately, starting
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  • Susan B. Anthony (category Abolitionists)
    world's estimation. On the Campaign for Divorce Law Reform (1860) Many Abolitionists have yet to learn the ABC of woman's rights. Journal (June 1860) I
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  • Lydia Maria Child (category Abolitionists)
    Lydia Maria Child (11 February 1802 – 7 July 1880) was an American abolitionist, women's rights activist, opponent of U.S. expansionism, Indian rights
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  • Ernestine Rose (category Abolitionists)
    August 4, 1892) was an atheist feminist, Individualist Feminist, and abolitionist. She was one of the major intellectual forces behind the women's rights
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  • Eliza Farnham (category Abolitionists)
    1815 – December 15, 1864) 19th-century American novelist, feminist, abolitionist, and activist for prison reform, her fame as a writer rests upon her
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