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The Journal of John Woolman.

Woolman, John.

Published by Boston. James R. Osgood and Company. 1871., 1871
From Gadshill (Providence, RI, U.S.A.)

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First Edition,as Such. Pages 315 pp.8vo. Green Publisher's Cloth with Gilt Decorations. First Edition,as Such. Currier, p. 117. Howes II, W669. BAL, 21891. Journal of an 18th C. Anti-Slavery Quaker. He Visited Rhode Island in 1760 and Contributed Greatly to the Ending of Slavery There, at Least among Quakers. Newspaper Review of Teignmouth Shore's Biography of Woolman (Macmillan, ?Date) Laid in. Woolman's Influence Extended Well beyond Quakers. He Wrote Extensively on Uncompensated Labor as Well as Slavery and Argued for Retrospective Compensation to Emancipated Slaves.He published a famous two-part essay entitled "Some Considerations on the Keeping of Negroes, 1754 and 1762. Howes considered the Journal "an autobiographical masterpiece." Rear Free Flyleaf Missing. Wear to Spine Edges. Otherwise Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # 7376

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Title: The Journal of John Woolman.

Publisher: Boston. James R. Osgood and Company. 1871.

Publication Date: 1871

Binding: Hardcover

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