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The Anti-Slavery Society of Canada

The Anti-Slavery Society of Canada

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Published by University of Toronto in Toronto, Ont .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Anti-Slavery Society of Canada.,
  • Slavery -- Canada.,
  • Abolitionists.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby I.C. Pemberton.
    SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes -- no. 16122
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 reel (148 l.)
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20772754M

    Out-letters of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, ; Account books, cash books and ledgers of the British and ForeignAnti-Slavery Society, , , , the Aborigines'Protection Society, , and the combined Society, Career Reformer. At the age of 25, Garrison joined the anti-slavery movement, later crediting the book of Presbyterian Reverend John Rankin, Letters on Slavery, for attracting him to the cause. For a brief time, he became associated with the American Colonization Society, an organization that promoted the "resettlement" of free blacks to a territory (now known as Liberia) on the west.

      Weld then became well known as an anti-slavery lecturer, but in he lost his voice, and was appointed by the American anti-slavery society editor of its books and pamphlets. In '3 he labored in Washington in aid of the anti-slavery members of congress, and in he established at Eagleswood, N. J., a school in which he received. In , the Ohio society listed the Paint Valley group as the largest in Ohio with members. On August 6, , the Abolition Society of Paint Valley disbanded. Immediately, the Greenfield Anti-Slavery Society was formed. The new Greenfield society published several pamphlets against slavery; many were written by Rev. Crothers.

      The American Anti-Slavery Society. Inspired by the British Anti-Slavery Society, Arthur Tappan helped to found the American Anti-Slavery Society and served as its first president from to During his leadership the society became prominent for publishing a large number of abolitionist pamphlets and almanacs. Penned by the first Englishwoman known to have earned a living through her writing (Aphra Behn), Oroonoko; or, The Royal Slave was published in , at which time, in the nascent years of abolitionism, it was viewed as a progressive antislavery text. The novel follows an African prince as he is tricked into slavery by “civilized” English slave traders, who thus sell him to an owner in a.


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The Anti-Slavery Society op Canada 39 Thomas Henning, the secretary of the society, probably put the matter right when he pointed out that talk of preju- dice must not be understood as general. Negroes were not excluded from the schools, and the laws were administered to white and black alike.

Anti-Slavery Societies also increased. George Brown, founder of the “Globe and Mail” newspaper, and Oliver Mowat, a future premier of the province of Ontario, joined the Toronto Anti-Slavery.

The Philanthropist (–37): newspaper published in Ohio for and owned by the Anti-Slavery Society. The Liberty Bell, by Friends of Freedom (–58): an annual gift book edited and published by Maria Weston Chapman, to be sold or gifted to participants in the National Anti-Slavery Bazaar organized by the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society.

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We have study and i also am certain that i am. The American Anti-Slavery Society also bombarded the United States Congress with petitions calling for the end of slavery.

Rather than addressing the slavery issue, Congress imposed "the gag rule." The gag rule stated that Congress would not accept any petitions from the people of the United States that pertained to slavery. The ‎Modern Slavery Act was introduced in the Parliament of Canada, with the stated purpose of ‎implementing Canada’s international commitment to contribute to the fight against modern slavery ‎through the imposition of reporting obligations on entities involved in the manufacture, production, ‎growing, extraction or processing of goods in Canada or elsewhere or in the importation of.

History "Slavery," according to the constitution of the Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society, "is an evil that ought not to exist, and is a violation of the inalienable rights of man" In the summer ofnotices were distributed throughout Rochester, N.Y., to gather together any women interested in becoming active in the antislavery cause.

The Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society papers contain only a small portion of what must at one time have been a much larger collection. As a society devoted to the immediate abolition of slavery, the antislavery movement forms the context of most of the correspondence in the collection, but the members of the society were individually and collectively involved in the education of freedmen.

This is the first comprehensive history of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society (BFASS), from its founding in The Society, set up by Quaker Joseph Sturge and Lord Henry Brougham after the abolition of slavery in the Empire, married the campaigning anti-slavery movement with the British mission to civilize the world.

The BFASS took up the cause of slavery practiced by other. After West Indian slavery was abolished inthe anti-slavery campaign turned to the wider world and the goal of Universal Emancipation. Veteran agitators Joseph Sturge, Lord Brougham and John Scoble launched the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society at a world convention in The Anti-Slavery Society of Edit.

The first British organisation to refer to itself as the Anti-Slavery Society was founded in Britain in Its official name was the Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions.

Its work included supporting the first account of slavery to be published by a Black woman, Mary Prince. User Review - Flag as inappropriate This collection of American history by Theodore Dwight Weld (Anti Slavery Society), American slavery as it is: Testimony of a thousand witnesses, has been preserved to capture the imaginations of future generations that we never forget our indivisible Creedal ideas and slip again into criminal greed, moral ignorance,material insensitivity and absence of mind Reviews: 1.

The Anti-Slavery Society was the everyday name of two different British organizations. The first was founded in and was committed to the abolition of slavery in the British official name was the "Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions".

In Decemberthe Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery society held one of its regular fairs. On sale at this particular event was The Anti-Slavery Alphabet, a slim volume written by Hannah and. After West Indian slavery was abolished inthe anti-slavery campaign turned to the wider world and the goal of Universal Emancipation.

Veteran agitators Joseph Sturge, Lord Brougham and John Scoble launched the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society at a world convention in   Return to Top of Page.

Fall River (Massachusetts) Female Anti-Slavery Society (Yellin,pp. Female Anti-Slavery Society (Rodriguez,pp. 42, 43, ). Female Anti-Slavery Society of Chatham Street Chapel, New York,first female abolitionist group in New York (Yellin,pp.

33, 33n6; Constitution of the Female Anti-Slavery Society of Chatham Street. On MaHenry was nailed shut in the box with only biscuits, some water, and a tool, called a gimlet, to make air holes.

Dr. Smith shipped Henry to The Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society. He wrote on the box: “This Side Up With Care” hoping to keep Henry right side up during the trip.The Anti-Slavery Society of Canada was established in Ontario in The mission of the Society was to fight for the worldwide end of slavery as an.In an anti-slavery meeting (ca.

), Bibb delivered a welcome statement to fugitive slaves arriving in Canada. Interwoven in his brief statement are the themes of self-determination, self-respect, and, at last, self-ownership.

Fugitive settlements in Canada grew steadily, primarily in western Ontario.