Stone Collection: Volume 85 - Item 48
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48. George W. Julian, “The Genesis of Modern Abolitionism,” International Review (June 1882): 533-55.
History of abolitionism in the United States, which the author divides into two phases; the first beginning as soon as slavery was introduced into the colonies and ending near the close of the eighteenth century, and the second starting around 1820 when the extension of slavery became a major issue and ending with the Thirteenth Amendment after the Civil War.