By C. Stephen Badgley,Theodore D. Weld
The first hand, eyewitness bills during this publication either surprised and infuriated many folks within the northern loose states who knew that slavery used to be bad...but had no inspiration simply how undesirable it quite was once. The Abolitionist move took off and started to develop with elevated strain being wear our govt to finish this abomination. The southern slave states bitterly adverse any new legislation to take away this blight from our kingdom and the result used to be Civil battle.
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American Slavery as it was in 1839 - Testimony of a Thousand Witnesses (Illustrated) by C. Stephen Badgley,Theodore D. Weld